UNESCO and many of its partners from a variety of backgrounds will organise face-to-face and group coaching sessions in the Marketplace area (Salles Miró). Their goal is to develop young people's skills on an individual level and to help them become as operational as possible once they have returned home. Please find below the list of stands and organisations who will be pleased to welcome the world’s youth.

  1. Airbus Fly Your Ideas
  2. Africa Department
  3. Afrimarket, cash-to-goods money transfer
  4. Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service
  5. Culture of Peace and Non-Violence - Proposed by UNESCO's Bureau for Strategic Planning
  6. Ecoles de Condé, Paris
  7. Engineering - Proposed by WFEO and SAWomEng
  8. European Cultural Parliament Youth Network (ECP YN)
  9. European Union
  10. Gender Equality - Proposed by the UNESCO Gender Priority Team
  11. International Student Identity Card (ISIC) Association
  12. Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  13. La Charte africaine de la Jeunesse  - Proposed by Oser l'Afrique, Kouaba Digital Agency and CEMAC
  14. Learning for the future - Proposed by UNESCO's Education Sector
  15. Natural Science Sector
  16. Organisation internationale de la Francophonie
  17. Osato Research Institute
  18. Planning education with and for youth - Proposed by International Institute for Educational Planning
  19. Protecting Our Heritage and Fostering Creativity- Proposed by UNESCO's Culture Sector
  20. Social and Human Sciences
  21. TakeItGlobal
  22. UN Interagency Network on Youth Development
  23. UNESCO Communication & Information
  24. Virtualize your heritage - Proposed by SISSO
  25. WikiStage
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