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Progress Study | National Consultations

Youth4Peace Facilitator • 18 April 2017
National Consultations

A key goal of UNSCR 2250 is the fuller inclusion of young people in peace and security. The Progress Study models this intent through an inclusive and participatory methodology, reflected in these regional, national and online consultations.

National consultations with young peacebuilders have taken place in: Myanmar, Colombia and Libya. These consultations have been led and organized by various UN entities and regional partners, and unlike the regional consultations, provide an opportunity to learn more from young people about the context-specific challenges that are experienced across their country and throughout different regions.


Colombia
Colombia

The Colombia national consultation, held in Bogotá from 24 to 26 February 2017, was organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Volunteers (UNV) and the Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO). A total of thirty participants from 15 different territories took part in the 1.5 day consultation.

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  • Find out more about the consultation here (in Spanish)

Kosovo Consultation on Youth, Peace and Security [under UNSC resolution 1244 (1999)]
Kosovo

[Under UNSC Resolution 1244 (1999)]

The Kosovo consultation, held in Pristina on 28 and 29 June 2017, was coordinated by UNMIK Youth Focal Point and organized with the support of UNICEF and UNDP. A total of one hundred and forty young participants from all communities in Kosovo took part.

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Libya

Libya

The Libya national consultation, which took the form of 45 focus group discussions, was jointly organized by UNFPA and the UN System operating in the region. A total of 319 young participants from 7 cities and 8 municipalities within the country took part.

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Myanmar

Myanmar

The Myanmar national consultative workshop, held in Yangon on 23 and 24 March 2017, was organized by UNDP, UN Volunteers, UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF, UN-PBSO and the Peace Support Fund. A total of 25 participants from different sub-national Regions / States within the country took part.

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