Mongolia: Youth Dialogue Forum on supporting policy development with young people

© Dave Lawrence/World Bank
Young Women In Mongolia

This Forum, to be held on Tuesday 28 May 2013 in Ulaanbaatar, aims to provide a platform of dialogue for Mongolian young people to share their opinions and make recommendations on/for the elaboration of a Mongolian Youth Policy.

During one day, around thirty young women and men will discuss several issues, including:

1. The philosophy, values, principles, objectives, annual budget, definitions which should underlie the Mongolian National Youth Policy;

2. The main thematic areas of operation for the policy to address: education and training, healthcare and wellbeing, employment and work, participation in democratic and governance processes, culture, leisure and development;

3. Ensuring pride of place for youth in the policy, strategies and implementation process. Applying a youth-centered approach, equity, accessibility and gender inclusiveness;

4. Implementation strategies for effectiveness including frameworks/ mechanisms/ resources – youth centers, research and development; role of and coordination among relevant bodies – government, private sector, NGOs, community-based organizations, media; capacity building for youth organizations and leadership; professionalism among youth leaders, managers and workers;

5. Monitoring, evaluation, updates – a youth policy should be a living document which is updated to reflect the changing context in Mongolia as well as internationally.


Details

Type of Event Meeting by Member States or Institutions
Start 28.05.2013 10:00 local time
End 28.05.2013 19:00 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Smith, Eunice
Organizer World Vision Mongolia and UNESCO
Contact Ms Eunice Smith, e.smith@unesco.org
Country Mongolia
City Ulaanbaatar
Venue Continental Hotel
Street
Room
Permanent Delegation Contact
Major Programme
Language of Event
Estimated number of participants 30
Official Website
Link 1 UNESCO: Acting with and for Youth
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