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UN Youth Flash Newsletter, November 2015

miércoles, 02 diciembre 2015
UN Youth Flash Newsletter, November 2015

The focus of the UN Youth Flash Newsletter this month is on the feature article "A View from the Stage of the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum" written by Nada Elfeituri, an architect turned activist from Benghazi, Libya. She reflects on the experience of speaking on the topic of climate change in front of 500 youth at the UNESCO Youth Forum taking place in Paris, France late last October.

She told the audience that sustainable development is intricately linked to climate change and by addressing the latter you start the process of achieving the former.

A View from the Stage of the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum
By Nada Elfeituri

What do youth, climate change and a global agenda for sustainability have in common? That’s exactly what we went to find out about at the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum, which took place in Paris late last October. By ‘we’, I mean 500 active youth from across the globe, each with a wealth of experience, passion, and, most importantly, a keenness to talk about the future.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/YouthFlashNov2015

 

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