Call for Application - 2022 Global Money Week Campaign

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Dear GMW Participant,

The 10th edition of the Global Money Week Campaign will be celebrated this year, between 21 and 27 March. Since 2012, all GMW participants have worked hard to raise awareness and enhance the financial literacy of young people and we truly appreciate your dedication. We hope to count on your participation during this important milestone too.

To help you prepare your national campaign, the GMW Secretariat would like to share some key information. 

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Call for application - "Youth4Climate" in Milan, Italy on 28-30 September 2021

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Dear members,

Greetings and we hope that you are safe and healthy!

We are pleased to inform you that despite the difficulties and challenging times we all are going through, things are moving forward for the organising of the COP26!

Therefore, we would like to inform you that it is now possible to send the application by 28 February for the participation at the "Youth4Climate: Driving Ambition", the event reserved to young people (from 15 to 29 years old), from all over the world, which will be held in Milan, Italy from 28 to 30 September 2021.

For each of the 197 countries, which are part of the convention UNFCCC, two participants should be selected. Overall 400 young people are expected to participate, in compliance with even representation of gender, geographical balance and social inclusion.

The first two days of Youth4Climate will be dedicated to theme-based working groups, while the third day will see a direct interaction between the young delegates and the ministers participating in the preparatory conference (preCOP26) to be also held in Milan, Italy in the following two days.

For submitting the application, please refer to https://un.submittable.com/submit. For more information on Youth4Climate please refer to https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/youth4climate-driving-ambition/.

We would kindly ask you to circulate this information to your membership or, in case, apply directly yourself!

Sincerely,

 

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UNESCO - Futures of Education initiative - Invitation to contribute to survey

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Dear members,

Warm greetings from the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) Headquarters!

We are pleased to inform you that WAY and UNESCO want to hear from you and the youth community you represent and support on a crucial issue: the futures of education. “Futures of Education: Learning to Become” is UNESCO’s new flagship initiative in the field of education. It is about reimagining, together, how knowledge and learning can shape the future of humanity and the planet. A key element of the initiative is a simple 1-minute survey that asks respondents’ views on the top 3 challenges that lie ahead and also asks what the top 3 priorities of education should be in order to address these challenges. 

Please find herewith the survey links in English, French, and Spanish:

·         Survey link in English: https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/top-3-challenges-and-purposes-education/WAY-ENG

·         Survey link in Spanish: https://es.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/top-3-challenges-and-purposes-education/WAY-ES

·         Survey link in French: https://fr.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/top-3-challenges-and-purposes-education/WAY-FR

All answers gathered from this survey will contribute towards the preparation of UNESCO’s next global report on the futures of education. Hence, we call upon all young people and youth leaders to take part in this survey and / or share among your networks. Every voice counts!

Thanking you in advance for your support and collaborations!

Sincerely,

 

WAY Headquarters

WAY 71st Anniversary

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The World Assembly of Youth (WAY) is marking its 71st Anniversary at a difficult time, compounded by an unprecedented global health crisis with severe economic and social impacts. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has affected the lives of young people everywhere, and young people are actively helping respond to this crisis. This crisis has served as a magnifying glass, bringing underlying issues for young people to the forefront.
 
Young women, and youth in lower-income countries have been particularly hit the hardest by the pandemic. Over 70 percent of youth who study have been adversely affected by the closing of schools, universities, and training centres, with some 65 percent of young people reporting having learnt less since the pandemic’s inception. Young workers have also felt the heavy toll of COVID-19’s influence on the employment sector, while 41 percent of young people have had their income reduced.