India Youth Forum

INDIA YOUTH FORUM

Date and place: March 29 – April 1, 2012, New Delhi, India.

Par­tic­i­pants: 232 young activists, experts, VIP guests from 39 coun­tries and stu­dents of Jawa­har­lal Nehru Uni­ver­sity (New Delhi).

Theme: Coun­try and Soci­ety of My Dreams.

Goal: Develop new gen­eral mod­els of the new soci­ety of the XXI century.

Result: A global project “The World of My Dream” helps to cre­ate and visu­alise an image with ideal countries.

Win­ner Projects Report 2012

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

RYF 2012: Eras­mus Mweene

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.

NYF 2012: Kabindra Burlakoti

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.

Rhodes Youth Forum 2012

Call for projects

From Sep­tem­ber 28th to Octo­ber 1st, 2012 the Rhodes Island will host the Youth Forum for the third time. More than 100 young peo­ple inter­ested in active par­tic­i­pa­tion in pub­lic life, con­cerned about the cur­rent chal­lenges to human­ity, tended to ful­fill­ment by imple­ment­ing social projects and their per­sonal intel­lec­tual efforts.

Rhodes Youth Forum 2012. 45 coun­tries. 100 par­tic­i­pants. 50 projects. It starts.

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