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Photos from the Youth Visioning for Island Living Event

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12 January 2005, Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO and Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations, at the closing ceremony of the Youth Visioning Event.
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(L-R): Serene Woon (Singapore), Fuarosa Tongi (New Zealand), Valdino Higgs (Bahamas), Geraldine Ong (Singapore) at the Youth Visioning Opening Ceremony at the Pointe-aux-Sables Recreation Centre.
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A cultural performance by the participants from the Seychelles: Carol Jean, Juliette Elizabeth, Thyra Faure, Sabrina Marie.
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The participants from the Pacific region gather together for group photo at the Closing Ceremony.
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Mauritius youth delegation with the Minister for Youth, Mr Ravi Yerrigadoo
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Jahisiah Benoit (Dominica) presenting his views during one of the plenary sessions.
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Jahisiah Benoit (Dominica) explaining the outcomes of a group discussion with the help of Filipo Iupati (Tokelau).
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Melinda Pierre (Cook Islands) and Mellissa Talagi (Niue)

The 10 Youth Visioning delegates selected by their peers to attend the main international meeting where the Youth Visioning Declaration was presented.


Start Date 12-01-2005 9:00 am -
End Date 12-01-2005 9:00 am -
Event Location Pointes aux Sables





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