USIU-Africa’s Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IPPIA) has partnered with the Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) to host a Youth Empowerment Forum on the implementation of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and African Union’s Agenda 2063.
The day-long forum on Monday, March 20, will actively seek to interrogate both the Goals and the Agenda, with a view to articulating out the African youth’s role in their achievement.
The keynote address by Irungu Houghton, Associate Director, Society for International Development at the University of Dar es Salaam to the over 100 expected participants will set the tone for a meeting, that is expected to yield a developmental model that will engage young people in the attainment of both SDGs and Agenda 2063 at regional and national levels.
Afrika Youth Movement (AYM) is a pan-African, action-oriented, youth- led movement that advocates for the active participation and leadership of African youth to transform Africa and achieve their rights to peace and social justice.
IPPIA partners with youth movement to discuss SDGs and Agenda 2063