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Youth and Prosperity of Cities: Summary report
The African Urban Youth Assembly held in Abuja, Nigeria in July 2011, provided youth, youth groups, and development practitioners engaged in social, political and economic dimensions of youth work and urban development the oppotunity to discuss and exchange experiences on the role and contribution of young people in the prosperity of cities. Participants shared best practices from their initiatives and government policies promoting youth empowerment in a number of areas related to economy, envitonment and equity.

The theme selected for African Urban Youth Assembly was "Youth and Prosperity of Cities".


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Languages: English
Themes: Youth, Social Inclusion
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very nice for this report to be disclosed out.Hopeful it will be useful for the betterment of youth charles denis mutajwaa
Very interesting and informative. Unfortunately some of us get to find out about these assemblies after they have ended. Please keep me informed through my email address so that am able to attend. I also suggest that the UN Habitat sets up some kind of programme where youth across the world especially students can undertake joint regional research. Muyomba Nicholas
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