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I am the Voice of 43%

by Balraj Arpit | 27-11-2012 04:30 recommendations 0 recommendations

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Going to represent India as Founder & CEO of Green Youth Generation and Ambassador of TUNZA Eco-Generation at ICPD Global Youth Forum.

Chosen by International Steering committee of ICPD beyond 2014 Secretariat.

The United Nation Population Fund is committed to supporting the achievement of the ICPD agenda in all member countries The ICPD Programme of Action recognizes the needs of young people, particularly girls, as key to safeguard their rights and to achieve sustainable development.

Given the recognized benefits of investing in young people and fulfilling their reproductive health needs and rights, UNFPA in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family welfare (MOHFW) and with the support of other government ministries, has organized a series of four consultations focusing on communication media for young people.

The outcome of these consultations will culminate in development of the Adolescent Health Strategy by articulating the needs of adolescents and the possible ways of addressing their needs through programme of the MOHFW or integrating adolescent health concerns in programmes of other Ministries in the next Five Year Plan and UNFPA's Country Programme (2013-2017) alike.

Calling on Youth Leaders: This Is Your Chance to Effect Change
Registration open for virtual delegates :)

You can be a fully contributing delegate wherever you can access a computer or a mobile phone signal. This could be at home, at a youth centre or in an internet cafe. As a delegate, you will receive a special login so that you can participate virtually in all Global Youth Forum activities. As a delegate, you will be expected to contribute in a number of ways. Website: http://www.icpdyouth.org/


On 3-6 December 2012, over 900 youth leaders from every country will have an unprecedented opportunity to influence global policy.

Representing the 43% of the world?s population under age 25, they will convene in Bali, Indonesia to develop official recommendations for the United Nations development agenda.

But they will not be the only ones contributing.

Around the world, youth leaders will connect locally and electronically to provide a shared response to the social, economic and human rights challenges and opportunities faced by their generation. This is the moment when the 43% take control of our shared future.

If you want to get heard then please share your voice with me as a comment. :-)

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Balraj Arpit
Founder & CEO
Green Youth Generation
(Ambassador, TUNZA Eco-Generation)
 
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10 Comments

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Bambang..Thanks for your kind greeting..looking forward to meet you there..
    Posted 27-11-2012 23:18

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Anggi..Thanks for blessings..for sure..we'll meet virtually..
    Posted 27-11-2012 23:17

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Simran..Thanks..I'll keep you all updated...Register for virtual delegate.. :)
    Posted 27-11-2012 23:16

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Kehkashan..Thank you so much..
    Posted 27-11-2012 23:15

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Christy..For sure..thank you so much for your blessings.. :)
    Posted 27-11-2012 23:14

  • Anggi Nurqonita says :
    Thanks for sharing Balraj. My sincerest wishes are with you. I'll met you.., as a virtual delegates :)
    Posted 27-11-2012 19:31

Simran Vedvyas

  • Simran Vedvyas says :
    Congratulations! Keep us all informed :-)
    Posted 27-11-2012 18:23

  • Bambang Sutrisno says :
    Welcome to Indonesia on upcoming december, Balraj... :)
    Posted 27-11-2012 15:44

  • Kehkashan Basu says :
    All the best, Balraj!!!
    Posted 27-11-2012 12:39

Christy Lee

  • Christy Lee says :
    Barlaj, this is a great initiative. I believe that you will let youth's voice heard toward the world with successful results.
    Posted 27-11-2012 08:19

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