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Latest Activity: Sep 5, 2019
Started by Rituu B. Nanda. Last reply by Hutchison florence Mar 4, 2014. 13 Replies 3 Likes
Dear Members of youth competence group, Greetings from Delhi! Our group member Korey from Guyana suggested that we should have a picture or logo for youth competence group. What do you…Continue
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Landmark report on HIV among Zambia’s young people highlights challenges and charts the way forward…Continue
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Dear All,I am here with some questions with regard to a contribution that I am to make within the next two days for a paper, details given below:Planning on contributing to a document on Green…Continue
Recon Awards 2017 - Open Call for Youth Nominations
The IJR's Reconciliation Award is an initiative aimed at recognising the contribution of young people across the African continent. The IJR would like to recognise 10 young activists who are doing exceptional work in the Gender Justice Field in Africa. We are hereby calling for nominations to be sent in by the public.
Click here to fill out the nomination form.
Click here for more information.
Thank you for the welcome Rituu. Just to add a little to my areas of interest, I am primarily interested in studying culture with a focus on gender, urban and migration.
Looking forward to connect with people who have worked/ working on these fields.
I am happy to welcome Shiny Saha from India to the youth competence group. Shiny is masters in Sociology. With strong research skills particularly from gender lens, Shiny is interested in urban and migration-related issues. Here is her profile http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/ShinySaha?xg_source=profiles...
The Asia Foundation Development Fellows program provides highly qualified, young professionals from Asia with an unparalleled opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills and gain in-depth knowledge of Asia's critical development challenges. The year-long career advancement program draws on The Asia Foundation's extensive 18-country network and deep expertise working with innovative leaders and communities across the region.
Application deadline 12th Nov 2014
A warm welcome Sagar to this group! Sagar is SALT facilitator from Nepal currently on an interesting fellowship in the US. Sagar,hope you will share more about what you are doing. Find Sagar's profile here http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/SagarBudhathoki?xg_source=pr...
A warm welcome to Marthe from Amsterdam to youth competence group. Here is her profile http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/Marthe?xg_source=activity
I am happy to see you here in youth competence group Lea!
Léa is a Master student in International Relations and Human Rights at the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po University. She is also associated with a youth network. She wants to bring about a change in this world. You can see her profile here http://aidscompetence.ning.com/profile/LeaPernot?xg_source=activity
Thank you so much Rituu :) !!! Hello everyone! I am excited to learn from all of you and share the little experience I have that could be of some use ! Wishing you all a wonderful day/afternoon/evening/night depending on where in the world you are connecting from!
A warm welcome to beautiful Celicia from Belgium! Celicia is has experience of using invisible theatre and body sculpting and how it can be used with communities. She recently did an exercise with us using her skills to help us reflect on what is the Constellation. It was so energising. Here is her profile
Thanks John Mutua for sharing your experience of working with communities. Have you had an experience where activities continued after the project? Please share. Thanks! Your activity here is very stimulating!
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