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YPARD Croatia Taking Part in ​the World Youth Skills Day E- forum

World Youth Skills Day (15 July) serves as an opportunity to highlight the importance of youth skills development. The UNCCD and its partners recognize and support projects and initiatives that seek to equip young people with tools and resources that will develop their capacity in sustainable land management (SLM). This will enable them to obtain decent work in a sustainable low carbon world and help to address global challenges in particular, poverty eradication and the issue of migration. 

Seeing the opportunities generated from sustainable land management and land restorations activities and the needs to engage young people in green sectors actively, the secretariat organizes an E-Forum Discussion “Empowering Youth through Green Jobs” aiming to promote and engage youth participation in green industries. Among the panelists is Ms. Zrinka Dermit the YPARD Croatia representative who takes on the role of a young expert in mobilizing and empowering youth in agriculture sector.

Date and Time: 15 July 2016 14:00 CET (UTC+2)

Venue: Live Google+ Hangout

Target Group: Youth global and public interested in green sector

Topics of Discussion:

  • What are the needs of youth? How do they relate to SLM and green sector?
  • Why green jobs for youth?
  • Green job and green entrepreneurship opportunities?
  • Which skills are needed for green jobs? 
  • What are the available resources for youth to access this sector?  

Language: English

Participants are invited to send questions related to green jobs (in other UN Languages i.e. English, Spanish, Chinese, French, Arabic and Russian)  to before 8 July 2016. 

How to join?

Just click "YES" on the following link:
Public could live tweet with panelists or ask questions via hangout chat box during the E-forum. 
For those who missed the E-forum, you could watch the recorded E-forum. The recorded link will be uploaded at the end of the session.

Select hashtags:  #greenjobs4youth  #L4Lyouth

Reblogged from the UNCCD website.

Photo courtesy: YPARD