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Apply to be part of the Stakeholder Forum at the 9th Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting
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Apply to be part of the Stakeholder Forum at the 9th Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting

Thank you for your interest in attending the Stakeholder Forum of the 9th Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting which will be held in Kampala, Uganda from 31st July – 1st August, 2017.

This year’s theme is Resourcing and Financing Youth Development: Empowering Young People. The Forum is intended to be a space for dialogue and resolutions by non-governmental stakeholders in youth development, in order to propose recommendations to the main ministerial meeting on the key themes. These stakeholders will range from civil society actors, youth workers, development agencies focused on youth, academic institutions, human rights coalitions to donors and regional development banks. There will be multiple formal and informal opportunities for engaging with other stakeholders, experts, youth leaders, senior government officials and Ministers of Youth from across the Commonwealth.

Selected accredited stakeholders are also observers on the 2nd day of the Ministerial meeting.

To apply to attend please complete the following form in full. Final date for applications will be 20th June, 2017 and successful applicants will be informed shortly after.

See here for further application details: 9CYMM Stakeholder Meeting – Application for Attendance

If you wish to submit a paper for the meeting please see here for further details: 9CYMM Stakeholder Meeting – Call for Papers

Application to Stakeholder Forum at 9th Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting

  • What is your role within your organisation
  • Country in which you and/or your organisation is based
  • Please give a short description as to why you wish to attend the 9CYMM Stakeholder Forum
  • Please provide a list of your key areas of work and/or publications particularly related to the theme
    Ability to fund

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