CAP-2030 co-hosts a new Youth Empowerment Circle with partner #LearningPlanet. Already working on Youth Empowerment? Represent your organisation at the Circle.
Date: Tuesday 4 May & Thursday 6th May 2021
Time: 15:00 – 16:30 & 14:00 – 15:30 BST
The #LearningPlanet are launching brand new Circles to connect like-minded communities with shared causes. CAP-2030 will be co-hosting the first two Youth Empowerment Circles this May.
Add your voice to the Youth Empowerment Circle, bringing together youth-focused organisations to meet, share resources and advance meaningful collaborations towards youth empowerment at the international level.
What is a Circle?
A circle is “a thoughtfully created group of member organisations connected around one designated educational topic. #LearningPlanet Circles are designed as spaces to come together, discuss meaningfully and co-build impactful initiatives and projects” Find out more about #LearningPlanet and Circles here.
This circle will be co-led by #LearningPlanet, Children in All Policies 2030, and Catalyst2030, together joining the strength of their networks to build impactful youth-focused initiatives at scale.
How do I get involved?
Are you part of an organisation driving progress and already working towards the Circle’s topic on Youth Empowerment? Join the Circle as a representative from your organisation and attend the Circle sessions to share, learn and work together for progress. Register for the first two interactive sessions held in the upcoming Catalyst2030 Change Week.
Session 1 : From Youth Perspectives to Youth Empowerment – Part 1
Date and Time: Tuesday 4 May 2021, 16:00-17:30pm CEST / 15:00 – 16:30 BST
Session Hosts: Dream a Dream, Design-a-thon Works, YouthxYouth, DIKSHA
Speakers: Youth representatives from partner organizations in India, Netherlands, UK, and Nigera (TBC), Mr Anindit Roy Chowdhury, Director – Programmes and Policy, Save the Children India
About the session: This session will aim to better understand youth perspectives from across the world, on a range of burning issues such as health, education, rights, safety, climate, etc. Youth changemakers coming from various youth-led organisations will voice out their concerns, needs, dreams, ambitions and demands. These inputs will help nurture and structure the Youth Empowerment Circle, which will be addressed in part 2 (see below .)
Session 2 : From Youth Perspectives to Youth Empowerment – Part 2
Date and Time: Thursday 6th May, 15:00-16:30 CEST / 14:00 – 15:30 BST
Session Hosts: #LearningPlanet & CAP2030 & Catalyst 2030, KidsforSDGs,
Speakers: Almaaz Mudaly (Youth Climate Action Plan), Sagarika Sriram (Kids4aBetterWorld), Kenneth Kwok, Alvin Wong & Alex Lee KidsforSDGs), Nidhi Kanaujia (Study Hall Foundation)
About this session: This session will serve to effectively support youth by establishing a fruitful dialogue and creating strong bonds between the outstanding youth who participated in the first session, and international upper-ground institutions and networks, following a needs-based, co-designing approach for policy making. This will be an opportunity to identify concrete next steps for the Youth Empowerment Circle.