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The United Nations has launched the UN Young Leaders Initiative to recognize exceptional young people who are leaders in the effort to end poverty, combat climate change and reduce inequalities.

Under this initiative, 17 young leaders, aged between 18 – 30 years, who are driving change to help realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be recognized on an annual basis. This is the first of its kind to showcase the outstanding leadership that young people are demonstrating to put the world on a more sustainable course.

Follow a full press release available on the UNIC Accra website: http://accra.sites.unicnetwork.org/

The National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) has announced a series of activities to allow the youth to make more inputs into the country’s development planning strategies.

The activities, which include essay-writing competitions, quizzes, training programmes and seminars, are expected to kick-start in August this year. The Director-General of the NDPC, Dr. Nii Moi Thompson, announced this during a courtesy call on the commission by the staff and students of Vilac International School (VIC) last Friday.

DATE: 26TH TO 30TH JUNE, 2016, MELAKA, MALAYSIA

The National Youth Authority announces that this year’s 16th Melaka International Youth Dialogue on the theme “Youth for Environmental Sustainability: Our Future, Our Care” will be held from 26th to 30th June, 2016, in Melaka , Malaysia under the auspices of the World Assembly of Youth (WAY).

Interested young people could follow www.way.org.my for further information.

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