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YouthLead Photo Contest

YouthLead

ABOUT THE YOUTHLEAD PHOTO CONTEST

Showcase your work globally! This photo contest provides you, as a young changemaker, a global platform to show the impact of your changemaking activities. We will award ten prizes to the best photos that demonstrate how your work creates a positive impact in your community. 

We are looking for creative and high-quality photos that tell a powerful story of how you are achieving impact in your community, however you define that community—your neighborhood, your district, your school or university, your country….or the planet.

Building the workforce of the future: Resilient people and places

ORGANIZER: 
Brookings
DATE: 
May 21, 2019 (09:00am to 07:00pm)

Unfilled jobs, low labor force participation, and declining economic mobility suggest education systems are struggling to equip workers with the skills employers demand. In a time of rapid technological change, how can private and public sector leaders join together with the education community to build more resilient people and places?

YouthLead Ambassadors Announcement

YouthLead

Meet the YouthLead Ambassadors!

We are excited to announce the new YouthLead Ambassadors: 22 young changemakers, who were competitively selected out of nearly 1,500 applicants from over 200 countries!

Beyond Dividing Lines: The Reality of Youth-Led Peacebuilding in Afghanistan, Colombia, Libya and Sierra Leone

United Network of Young Peacebuilders

This report presents the findings of research carried out in Afghanistan, Colombia, Libya and Sierra Leone between January and October 2018 by the United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY Peacebuilders) with the support of USAID’s YouthPower Learning Project. The project was undertaken in collaboration with four UNOY Peacebuilders member organisations: Afghans for Progressive Thinking, Fundación Escuelas de Paz, Together We Built It and Youth Participation in Peace and Development-Sierra Leone (YPPD-SL).

Resource Type: 
Report

Youth Protest Movements in Afghanistan: Seeking Voice and Agency

United States Institute of Peace
After the fall of the Taliban in 2001, Afghanistan’s new political order provided space for increased political participation, more education, and antiregime personal expression, some of which took the form of protest movements. Especially after the 2014 presidential election, high-profile youth protest movements became a notable element on the political scene, though none has yet proved sustainable. 
 
Resource Type: 
Report

Twinning in PVE: Modeling Employability Skills Training on Resiliency Framework

Making Cents International, RTI International, USAID

 

 

Making Cents International’s Youth Economic Opportunities Network (YEO Network) and RTI International co-hosted an interactive Apply It! Webinar. The webinar delved deeper into a conversation started at the Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit (GYEOS) in September 2018 about "CVE for PYD"  and USAID’s Kenya Youth Employment and Skills (K-YES) program.

Resource Type: 
Presentation

Twinning in PVE: Modeling Employability Skills Training on Resiliency Framework

ORGANIZER: 
Youth Economic Opportunities Network
DATE: 
Mar 6, 2019 (09:30am to 10:30am)

 

Join Making Cents International’s Youth Economic OpportunitiesNetwork (YEO Network) and RTI International for an interactive Apply It! Webinar. The webinar will delve deeper into a conversation started at the Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit (GYEO) in September 2018 about "CVE for PYD"  and USAID’s Kenya Youth Employment and Skills (K-YES) program.

The Opportunity Puzzle: Piecing it together for youth to thrive in a changing world

The Youth Economic Opportunities Network

 

We live in a time of rapid economic, social, and environmental change. No group has a greater stake in the consequences of these global trends than the world’s 1.8 billion young people, the largest youth cohort in history. The majority of today’s youth population—nearly 90 percent—live in developing countries, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.

Resource Type: 
Article

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