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UNICEF India 5h
Always a pleasure to meet with and discuss ways to empower young people in and how private sector industries can support them in enhancing their skills and making them champions.
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UNICEF Education 4h
Young women aged 15-29 are more than twice as likely as young men to not be in employment, or training. That’s: 1 in 3 young women. 1 in 6 young men. Together we must change this.
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Generation Unlimited Jun 21
"Our goal is to empower women, help our community and allow Sudan and the world to see the amazing crafts that come from Nivasha camp.” - Manara, 23-year-old member of the Youth Challenge.
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UNICEF India 5h
“UNICEF is looking at identifying champions from amongst elected representative like , the private sector industry and the government’s employment exchange programme to push the agenda,” , UNICEF India Deputy Rep.
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Generation Unlimited Jun 20
"I love math and science. They are two of my favorite subjects. People sometimes try to scare me by saying... I shouldn't think of getting a job that is linked to them. But if I love them now, I think I'll love them even more in future." - Wendy, 14, Ghana.
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Alison V Parker 14m
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UNICEF Ghana Jun 24
"I love playing soccer. It makes me feel confident, because I can also have fun and exercise even though I have a disability. I hope more attention is given to people like me who love sports, because everyone deserves to play.” - Mubarak, 21
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Nuel Makara II Jun 20
“We know how important young people are today and for the future ahead of us. If these young people are equipped with skills and competencies for success they will bring happiness and development to their communities and the planet as a whole." - at
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Marianne Clark Jun 24
Information empowers. Kudos to and on this invaluable initiative to help young people make informed decisions & keep safe. A good complement would be comprehensive sex education in schools.
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UNICEF Europe C.Asia Jun 25
Young people in Belarus are working to online. Chat-bots 🤖 helping victims of cyberbullying & games teaching cybersecurity are among the ideas in development at the youth hackathon supported by , & .
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LUCAS Jun 16
Replying to @LUCASLukelucas
Time to make Quality Education a right for all rather than a privilege for a selected few!
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Kunal Sarangi 🇮🇳 4h
Huge 🙏 . I indeed look forward to this amazing journey with that began on a hugely positive note. With all the prospective stake holders pledging their support we surely will create a better world for the young people.
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Marianne Clark Jun 23
“We need youth as agents of change,” Malaysia youth delegate. Couldn’t agree more. Youth will inherit the future: it’s important to have their say in shaping policies to secure it. If we are to achieve the , we need their input, buy-in, passion, & commitment.
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UNICEF Malaysia Jun 24
Want to protect your children? Teach them, give them information, empower them to know what's right and what isn't - Nice one, and
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Generation Unlimited Jun 20
"My passion is always to use the power of ICT to improve the lives of Niger's people." Meet Latifa: living proof that young people can build a better world.
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UNICEF Angola Jun 18
A group with energy to change the world: be welcomed by the Kambas' greetings! They are 100 people who support children and adolescents with HIV and chronic diseases. "Taking medication occasionally is different from living with it", they explain.
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Osolo Odhiambo Jun 17
Day of the African Child 2019 'Humanitarian Action in Africa: Children’s Rights First' Safe Childhood
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Dr Madhulika Jonathan Jun 22
Empowering young people and engaging with their issues is imperative in ensuring change. Counting on you and champions!! Let’s make this happen!
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Yusra Qadir Jun 17
An approach to partnerships to look forward to
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Maria Jose Ravalli Jun 24
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