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UNESCO and UNICEF launch My World My SIDS

Are you aged 12-30?
Can you commit two weeks or more of your time to participate in a preparatory meeting?
Are you passionate about the future of small islands?
Do you want to share your experiences with young people from other island nations?
For information on how to apply, please see SIDS Youth Flyer [PDF]


Youth Visioning for Island Living is an initiative that aims to empower young people in small islands to make a difference. Supported by many organizations at the national, regional and inter-regional level, Youth Visioning seeks to build capacity among island youth; to give youth a voice in sustainable development matters; and to make positive changes at the local and national level.


The new 2012-2013 projects on HIV/AIDS have just been launched. Click here to find out more about them.

For a full list of Youth Visioning for Island Living projects since 2005, please visit our PROJECTS page.


Here are the results of some of our latest 2011 projects:


Grenada - The Blocko Project trailer

Brain Storm Productions in Grenada carried out a HIV/AIDS community outreach project aimed at reducing stigma and discrimination towards individuals living with or affected by HIV and AIDS using the concept of a ‘Blocko’.

A ‘Blocko’ is a colloquial word used to describe a street party where natives cook local cuisine outdoors with an abundance of food and music.

This concept was used to develop a series of twelve HIV/AIDS awareness programs that targeted young people in their own environments.
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