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November, 2022
Youth Engagement and Leadership in COVID-19 response

YES! – the Collective Service’s Youth Engagement subgroup, would like to invite you to a global webinar showcasing the winning  good practices on Youth Engagement and Leadership in COVID-19 response, from the open call launched last summer.

Learn about inspiring experiences by practitioners on the ground from across the globe, compiled and promoted by UNICEF, UNAIDS and the Collective Helpdesk, with the support of UN WOMEN and the Compact for Young People in Humanitarian Action, to contribute to the inclusion of young people and youth leadership as a part of coordination and response to future public health emergencies and humanitarian crises.

When? 

29 November 2022, 2-3.30 pm GVA time. 

Where?
Zoom Meeting: https://who-e.zoom.us/j/96662609792
Meeting ID: 966 6260 9792
Passcode: 100158

Find all the information on the global webinar on the newly created page here !

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