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We are the constituency for young people for the UN conference on Sustainable Development
We are the constituency for young people for the UN conference on Sustainable Development

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This is the group which covers the HLPF and ECOSOC Youth Forum work and other cross cutting issues.  

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The DRR Working Group of UM MGCY Participated at the UNISDR Science and Technology Conference for the Implementation of the Sendai Framework Date: 27-29th January 2015 Venue- International Conference Center, Geneva Detailed Participation Report- HERE

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The United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY), in partnership with the AIESEC, and Czech Children and Youth Council will convene the European Urban Youth Blast (EUYB) as the part of the Habitat III Europe Regional Meeting (Regional…

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The UN MGCY report of Engagement from Habitat III Thematic Meeting on Metropolitan Area has been finalised. The meeting was held on 6-7th October, 2015. The Report can be found here…

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Kenyan Youth Deliberate New Urban Agenda The UN MGCY Habitat III Working Group recently held a Kenyan Urban Youth Forum in Nairobi with supper tot local partners. The form focused on being a consultation for the Habitat III process and enhancing capacity…

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United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth Science‐Policy Interface  Press Release Full Version Young Women & Girls in Science‐Policy Interface Science is recognised as a crucial pillar in building a sustainable and resilient society. The…

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The UN MGCY DRR Working Group just concluded a new roux of elections and selections for an additional Deputy Organising Partner and Regional Focal Points. See the New Team HERE

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Hung Vo, Regional Focal Point for Europe and others in the Habitat III Working Group, was featured in the World Urban Campaign website. You can see the article below. Hung Vo//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js
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