World Humanitarian Summit Youth Involvement in South and Central Asia
Deadline: May 31, 2015 | Views: 38
Dear Youths From Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
Youth Working Group for the World Humanitarian Summit, facilitated by the UN Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is currently reaching out universities and youth organisations in South and Central Asia ahead of the Regional Consultation for World Humanitarian Summit.
Youth Working Group at MGCY facilitates the participation and representation of young people in the process of the World Humanitarian Summit. For this purpose, MGCY are engaging the youth of each region, to invite them to join their Working Group and organize their own consultations on the topic of humanitarian action.
Below you can find an Introductory Guide with all the necessary information concerning their activities, as well as a Consultation Guide that will help you or the members of your organization to hold your own Children and Youth consultation for the World Humanitarian Summit. You will also find the attached South and Central Asia regional scoping paper for your convenience.
Please let Mr. Razwan and Ms. Aizhan, South and Central Asia Regional Focal Point for WHS Working Group know at [email protected] whether you are interested in scheduling youth led consultation in your country or not? If you agree, than Razwan and Aizhan will bring your recommendation into the regional consultation and spread widely. To send your recommendation into the South and Central Asia Regional Consultation, please share the outcome of your youth consultation with them by 31 May 2015.
Youth Opportunities is supporting UN MGCY WHS Working Group.
Please contact Mr. Razwan and Ms. Aizhan at [email protected] in case of questions or comments.
Link for the Attachment:
- UN MGCY WHS Introduction Guide
- Guide for UN MGCY WHS Working Group Open-ended Consultations
- WHS SCA Scoping Paper