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  • Address by Sri Lankan Youth Minister of at the GloCha Conference Experts and Delegates Discuss Methods of Youth Inclusion, Commends Sri Lanka’s V Force WCY 2014 Colombo Declaration Delivers Strong Message on Youth Inclusion The “Youth Bulge” Can be Used for Economic Growth Health Education Crucial for Poverty-Stricken Communities Job Opportunities Enhanced by Healthy Entrepreneurship and Vocational Training Youth Encouraged to Volunteer to Build Character and Demand Change Delegates Learn of Peace Building Experiences in Sri Lanka and Somalia Importance of the Youth Participation in Agriculture is Highlighted Experts Urge Youth to Act Collectively to Demand Quality Education Final Press Conference of WCY 2014 at 3 p.m. Today at the Media Center Investing in mothers in tough places works – Save the Children Ensuring Youth Rights Requires Proper Framework, Experts Say Youth Delegates Discuss Importance of Formal Education and Access to Technology Panelists Urge Youth to Continue the Effort to be Heard Youth Delegates Discuss Good Governance on Final Day of Deliberations Addressing Inequality Requires Changing Mindsets, Experts Say Delegates Call on Policymakers to Have a Broad Mindset Sri Lanka’s Youth Affairs and Skills Development Minister Holds Bilateral Discussions Achieving Good Governance and Accountability Cont’d Realizing Peace, Reconciliation and Ending Violence Cont’d Youth Delegates Stress the Importance of Sustainable Development Realizing Peace, Reconciliation and Ending Violence Cont’d Importance of Technology to Eradicate Poverty and Food Security is Highlighted Delegates Identify Common Problems at WCY 2014 in Colombo Youth Inclusion Still a Challenge in Many Sectors Day 2 Gender Equality Cont’d Inclusiveness of All Stakeholders Day 2 - Policymakers Reiterate the Importance of Listening to Youth Day 1 – Full Employment and Entrepreneurship Day 1 – Ensuring Inclusive Recreation, Sports and Culture Day 1 – Realizing Equal Access to Quality Education Day 1 – Ending Systematic Inequalities Day 1 – Realizing Peace, Reconciliation and Ending Violence Day 1 – Poverty Eradication and Food Security Day 1 – Individual Rights vs. State Rights Day 1 – Empowering Marginalized Youth Proceedings of WCY 2014 Commenced with the First Plenary Session Day 1 - Youth Participation in Economic, Civic and Political Sectors Day 1 - Achieving Good Governance and Accountability Day 1 – Round Table – Gender Equality WCY2014 Opens with Colorful Ceremony Sri Lanka President
    Mahinda Rajapaksa’s speech at the
    opening ceremony
    My World Survey

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