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Start Date & Time
August 10, 2008
All day event.

End Date & Time
August 21, 2008
All day event.

Location
Laval University
Quebec, Quebec, Canada

Event Cost
TBA

Event URL
http://www.wyc2008.qc.ca/

RSVP Info
Name: WYC Coordinator
E-mail: info@wyc2008.qc.ca

Categories
Education
Environment
Culture
Human Rights
Civil Rights

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DetailsAbout
Youth-led development (YLD) gives young people a role
in the struggle to make poverty history. The 2008 World
Youth Congress (WYC) will assess progress with YLD
since delegates coined the phrase at the first WYC in
1999. In reviewing YLD projects worldwide, delegates will
try to answer the question: “What is the most effective
role that youth can play in development?”

The 4th World Youth Congress will welcome 600 young activists from around 120 countries who are committed to rise to the generational
challenge of sustainable development. A majority will exhibit their Youth-Led Development (YLD) projects. Others will report on them – writing a book celebrating YLD achievements. All will take part in
discussions with development professionals and in a global
festival to celebrate International Youth Day, August 12th.


People Attending People Attending (580)

Pearl
Pearl


paul
paul


snyamhuno
snyamhuno


Melissa
Melissa


Gibson Nabuteya Amenya
Gibson Nabuteya Amenya


Naon Katiohora
Naon Katiohora


Eric
Eric


H. Galván
H. Galván


Edu
Edu


YANNICK KONZABI
YANNICK KONZABI


Coquille
Coquille


NSENGIYUMVA
NSENGIYUMVA


carmen cabrejos carrasco
carmen cabrejos carrasco


Gabriel Mauricio Sarmiento Argüello
Gabriel Mauricio Sarmiento Argüello


Codrin Arsene
Codrin Arsene


Papi Kwami Ekuka WUSSINU
Papi Kwami Ekuka WUSSINU


Omo - Obi, Ufuoma Festus
Omo - Obi, Ufuoma Festus


mustafa uluk
mustafa uluk


Adama Diop
Adama Diop


Mohammed Alselwi
Mohammed Alselwi


abdul-mumin
abdul-mumin


Zohir
Zohir


Jalloh  Lamah
Jalloh Lamah


alaa
alaa


Juan Diego Valenzuela
Juan Diego Valenzuela


ololo
ololo


carolyn dorrian
carolyn dorrian


Jessica Lauren
Jessica Lauren


Bocar
Bocar


Urjana
Urjana



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DeforestACTION West Africa new blog! - Posted By: DOMINIC
June 23, 2012 @ 13:39:29 | 0 comments | post a comment


رحلة عبرالمحيط - Posted By: Ehsan naser
March 23, 2010 @ 06:28:30 | 0 comments | post a comment


Entrevue avec Yassir El Ouarzadi - Maroc / Canada - CMJ 08 (FR) - Posted By: Yassir El Ouarzadi
September 26, 2009 @ 16:59:49 | 0 comments | post a comment


Rapport du projet de parrainage d’enfants - Posted By: Gael SORO
March 27, 2009 @ 06:17:30 | 0 comments | post a comment


Recherche du matériels informatiques - Posted By: Gael SORO
March 24, 2009 @ 05:31:16 | 0 comments | post a comment


NEWS IN BRIEF - Posted By: Gael SORO
December 3, 2008 @ 13:39:07 | 0 comments | post a comment


1.1.2. Net-Generation - Posted By: Johanny Arilexis Pérez Sierra
November 5, 2008 @ 01:33:26 | 0 comments | post a comment


sauvons l'école à MLONGOUINE - Posted By: Gael SORO
October 24, 2008 @ 08:56:30 | 0 comments | post a comment


Um dia estaremos juntos - Posted By: Paulo Farine
September 21, 2008 @ 22:33:06 | 1 comments | post a comment



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Host Organization


Peace Child International
Be the Change! Program: supporting youth-led community development. This youth-led development program supports, trains and enables young people around the world to design and implement concrete development projects in their own communities. The Be the Change!(BTC) Programme was mandated by...