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‘Every metric ton of CO2 claims human lives’
‘This is a climate crisis, so we need a crisis management strategy.’ Aniek Moonen and Zoë de Jonge are members of the Youth ...
‘Society still doesn’t accommodate women with ambitions’
When Laura was living in Brazil at the age of 17, she saw the consequences of marginal sex education. Now Laura Bas (24) from ...
Gender Equality and SRHR: Crucial in claiming the world young people deserve
Decision makers and youth representatives came together during the UN General Assembly 2021 to discuss Gender Equality and Sexual ...
Young people worry about food waste: ‘It’s time for action’
‘Young people are willing enough to pay more for organic produce,’ the Dutch UN Youth Representatives Evi Vet and Eva Koffeman ...
Agriculture: back-breaking or game-changing for young people?
How can we make our food systems healthier, fairer and more sustainable? On International Youth Day, this topic will be addressed ...
From the farm to the market: Ghanaian young people and designers tackle food waste
On International Youth Day, young people worldwide will be thinking up creative ways to make production more sustainable and ...
Practical agribusiness training offers new prospects to young Ugandans
Around 80 percent of Uganda’s population is under the age of 30. A project initiated by the Dutch embassy in Kampala has trained ...
UNICEF Report Talent on the Move: 'Talent is universal, opportunities are not'
UNICEF launched their flagship report Talent on the Move, developed together with the United Nations Major Group for Children and ...
Young experts need knowledge, skills and exposure to thrive
‘The most important skill for us is to be reflexive’, say young experts who participate in Young Expert Programmes (YEP), ...
Learning from students during a working visit
‘Education should meet the needs of the labour market,’ are words Ambassador for Youth, Education and Work Tijmen Rooseboom says ...