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Interactive Community Media for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence in South Sudan

Young women and men were involved in the production of a series of videos in South Sudan about their life stories and those of their elders. Working as media facilitators in their communities, the young participants gathered and shared powerful life stories, contributing meaningfully to the reconstruction of ties among communities, shaken by the protracted war. The UNESCO Juba office implements the project, aiming at creating a culture of peace through inter-generational dialogue.


Uganda: A Toolkit for Media Reporting on Peace, Reconciliation and Tolerance

The UNESCO Nairobi Office elaborated a toolkit for media reporting on peace, reconciliation and tolerance in Uganda that has been used to develop the local media’s (print, radio and community media) respective capacity. The project illustrates the positive role that the traditional and new media can have in making the culture of peace a tangible reality in Northern Uganda.


8th UNESCO Youth Forum

More than 500 young women and men from all over the world came together during the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum from 29 to 31 October, 2013 to discuss and reflect on the challenges young people face and to review the organisation’s operational strategy on Youth 2014-2021.


The Role of Civil Society and Youth in National Youth Policy Implementation and Monitoring in Lebanon

The UNESCO Office in Beirut and the Youth Forum for Youth Policy are jointly organizing a national consultation meeting in Lebanon. Its purpose is to share updates on the national youth policy process among young professionals and activists of civil society, and reflect together on the role of civil society and young people in the implementation and monitoring of the national youth policy.