Youth

Students Study Tour in South Korea: Regional Tourism Forum

The Business of Sustainable Tourism program funded by the Australian Commonwealth's New Colombo Plan Mobility Project connected eight Western Sydney University students with local tourism networks in South Korea.

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Tourism Management under the Destination Management Unit, along with two university staff, undertook a two-week transformative study tour in July of 2016. Based in the Tongyeong Sejahtera Centre and the city of Busan the students learnt about sustainable and cultural tourism and embraced the local cultures and cuisine.

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RCE Minna and RCE Grand Rapids organize the first Youth Virtual Conference in Africa

RCE Minna and RCE Grand Rapids organize the first Youth Virtual Conference (YVC) in Africa on youth empowerment and vocational training.

African countries face large economic challenges, partly due to the long dependence on mono-economies and the fall in commodity values. Youth are often the most affected, with high unemployment rates and little economic perspective. Incoherent youth programmes and little funding have added to the urgency for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programmes in this region.

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Nigeria
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No Where to Run - RCE Minna celebrates World Environment Day

Over the past five years, RCE Minna has continued to inspire and educate people through the commemoration of the UNEP World Environment Day (WED).

Additionally, it has been a good way to promote RCE Minna's activities and projects. This year’s WED on the 5th June ¨Go Wild for Life¨ focussed on the fight against illegal wildlife trade. “Go Wild for Life” encouraged everyone to spread the message of the damage done by wildlife crime and how to prevent further damage.

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Nigeria

RCE Minna promotes SDGs during Nigeria's Children's Day

Each year, Nigeria celebrates Children’s Day on the 27th of May. RCE Minna used the occasion to raise awareness amongst children on the 17 SDGs especially on Goal 3 and 4 (Good Health and Quality Education).

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Nigeria

UNFCC annual Global Youth Video competition

The UNFCCC announces its 2nd annual Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change. Young people of age 18 to 30 are invited to submit a three minute video about their actions to address climate change or to raise public awareness. Two winners will receive a round trip and accommodations to attend the UN Climate Change Conference in November 2016 (Marrakech, Morocco).

Deadline for submissions is 1 August 2016.

For more information click here.

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