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Somali Youth Initiative for Common Ideological platform
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Start Date & Time
March 22, 2007
All day event.

End Date & Time
March 22, 2007
All day event.

21 October St FPEN - Information Centre Hall
Ex-Banadir High School
Mogadishu, Banaadir, Somalia

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Name: Moh'ud Bulle Moh'ed Or/and Ah'ednuur Abdulahi Assad
Phone: 00 252 1 5572257 / 00 252 1 857799
E-mail: somaliyouthemploymentservice@yahoo.com

Registration Deadline
March 21, 2007

Human Rights
Peace & Conflict


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The holding of this forum is as the result of the previous forum held on 22nd February 2007 which participants debate on:
- How to create a healthy awareness among the youth to led to understanding progressive development which will lead to solve the economic, social and political problems in the country.
- How can the youth co-ordinate on common ground to change the current situation in Somalia.

The two argumentative points above were chosen in order to get fruitful co-operation and to get a good number of youth who can participate in the decision–making process and spear-head the progressive change intended to change current problems in our society.

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