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Youth Empowerment for Urban Development
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  • IGUALDAD DE GÉNERO PARA CIUDADES MÁS INTELIGENTES: Desafíos y Avances
    The approach of UN-Habitat’s Youth Empowerment Programme is to explore and demonstrate how youth-led initiatives can make a significant and unique contribution to accelerating the drive towards sustainable urbanization and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) This involves nurturing youth-led initiatives through: raising understanding by youth groups of critical urban issues affecting their lives, their future, and their rights;facilitating these groups to formulate their own action plans; and ensuring space and support for them to carry their plans forward to successful results. The approach is anchored in the Kampala principles on youth-led development, formulated during a regional meeting of youth groups in February, 2007. These include Youth must define their own development goals and objectives, Give youth a social and physical space to participate in development – Youth must be consulted, Promote Adult and Peer-to-peer Mentorship, Youth promoted as being role models in helping other youth to engage in development and Youth must be integrated into all local and national development programs and frameworks.

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    Languages: English
    Themes: Youth, Social Inclusion
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    Branch/Office: Partners and Youth
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