Con­fer­ence on dig­i­tal game-​based learning

The goal of the Con­fer­ence is to pro­vide a floor for delib­er­a­tions on strate­gies, poli­cies and best prac­tices of Infor­ma­tion and com­mu­ni­ca­tions tech­nol­ogy (ICT) appli­ca­tion in edu­ca­tion, as well as on devel­op­ment and imple­men­ta­tion of inno­v­a­tive teach­ing and learn­ing method­olo­gies.

InterARTction

To improve the com­mu­ni­ca­tion between young artists and show the cul­tural dif­fer­ences in our world through devel­op­ment of an online com­mu­ni­ca­tion plat­form. Work­ing in the field, read­ing stud­ies we have real­ized that aug­ment­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tion mech­a­nisms between art schools and young artists them­selves would pro­vide a sig­nif­i­cant pos­i­tive social impact by allow­ing young artists to share works and ideas and par­tic­i­pate in con­struc­tive com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the aim of devel­op­ing an open artist com­mu­nity active both at a national and regional level.

Girl Friendly School San­i­ta­tion Improve­ment Project

The ‘Girl Friendly School San­i­ta­tion Improve­ment Project in Far West­ern Nepal’ will be imple­mented in the schools of two munic­i­pal­i­ties of Far West­ern Nepal i.e. Amar­gadhi munic­i­pal­ity of Dadeld­hura dis­trict and Dipayal Sil­gadhi munic­i­pal­ity of Doti dis­trict. The main rea­son behind choos­ing these dis­tricts is because of the extremely poor san­i­ta­tion con­di­tion and to address the deeply rooted tra­di­tional prac­tice called ‘Chhau­padi’ (iso­lat­ing girls and women from the out­side world dur­ing their men­stru­a­tion) which pre­vails here. Fre­quent absen­teeism of girl stu­dents dur­ing their men­stru­a­tion has posed threat in achiev­ing the Mil­len­nium Devel­op­ment Goal 2 i.e. attain­ment of uni­ver­sal pri­mary edu­ca­tion in Nepal.

EVEN­TOR is an online plat­form cre­ated by youth for youth.

Even­tor HUB is the sec­ond part of the Even­tor (online plat­form) project www​.even​tor​.info. Mis­sion of EVEN­TOR is that stu­dents and youth to have a space where they can find the needed infor­ma­tion for dif­fer­ent oppor­tu­ni­ties and events all over the world, as well as this space will be an impor­tant space which will serve dif­fer­ent peo­ple and orga­ni­za­tions to pro­mote their events and opportunities.

Are you curi­ous about what hap­pened to the projects that won on the Rhodes Youth Forum 2012?

Sampa Youth Resource Centre

Sampa Youth Resource Cen­tre (SYRC) project will assist unem­ployed youth between ages 15 – 24 on the aspect of youth employ­ment, employ­ment cre­ation, entre­pre­neur­ship and health repro­duc­tive education.The cen­tre will pro­vide appro­pri­ate skills to youth in order to enable them to meet their full poten­tial for them to deal with life’s challenges.

Nepal Youth Forum 2013

“NEPAL YOUTH FORUM 2013” orga­nized by NYFN under col­lab­o­ra­tion with Min­istry of Youth and Sports and Youth Time Inter­na­tional Move­ment suc­cess­fully con­ducted its 3 day­long ses­sion with a theme “Youth Con­tribut­ing for Peace” in the wake of the Nepal’s ongo­ing peace process to estab­lish the sus­tain­able peace in the coun­try. It had brought about 300 youths of diverse back­ground across the coun­try from the pool of about 3000 appli­cants in a bid to explore their roles in estab­lish­ing the sus­tain­able peace and also 20 Inter­na­tional del­e­gates par­tic­i­pated in the forum.

 

In Octo­ber, 2010 in Greece, on the Island of Rhodes the first Rhodes Youth Forum took place. The Forum was ini­ti­ated by World Pub­lic Forum “Dia­logue of Civ­i­liza­tions” (WPFDC) in 2009 on the 7th Annual Ses­sion of the Rhodes Forum (www​.rhodes​fo​rum​.org) as an insti­tu­tion aimed to involve the mod­ern youth in the analy­sis of the global dia­logue of civ­i­liza­tions agenda and to develop prospec­tive strate­gies for the har­mo­nious progress of the human­ity.

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