Panelists | Thematic Forum 2
Engaging Young People as Actors of Social Transformations for Conflict Prevention and Sustainable Development
High-Level Reflection Group
The Group consists of scientists, historians, philosophers, writers, academics and other figures able to anticipate future global developments and to contribute to repositioning the Organization in a constantly changing context. This forward-looking reflection is vital in enabling UNESCO to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, and will complement the work already begun to adapt the Organization’s structure and modes of operation.
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Panelists | Thematic Forum 3
Africa and its Diasporas in the Face of Conflicts, Crises and Inequality
Participants | Partnership Session | Theme 2
Engaging young people as actors of social transformation for conflict prevention and sustainable development