Young people all over the world submit their plans to turn ideas into action. From 29 to 31 October 2013 at the UNESCO's Headquarters in Paris.
For the first time in its 12-year history, the outcomes of the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum (29-31 October 2013) to be presented to the UNESCO General Conference (5-20 November 2013) will include, besides strategic recommendations, 15 youth-led action projects (3 projects per each of the 5 UNESCO regions) that represent innovation and enterprise in youth action across the five regions of the world (Africa, Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and North America, and Latin America and the Caribbean)
The UNESCO Youth Forum is an integral part of UNESCO’s General Conference. It was initiated in 1999 to create synergies between UNESCO’s work on youth, youth organizations and public institutions working on youth. More than an event, the Forum is a process that enables young women and men to submit strategic recommendations to representatives of 195 Member States and to engage in their implementation.
Selected the short-list of 45 Action Projects that will be discussed during these days at the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum.
At the Forum it will participate also a delegation of the New Humanity's Youth Section (Youth for a United World), that will present and promote the United World Project: their initiative in order to promote all over the world the ideal of fraternity.