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EMPOWERING AND MOBLISING YOUTH TOWARDS
ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF
RCE MINNA YOUTH EMPOWERMENT MODEL
6TH ...
RCE Minna like any other RCE across the world is
founded to mobilize formal and non-formal
sectors in all nations to deliv...
• Name: Minna
• Location: North Central Nig.
• Position: Capital city of Niger State.
• LGA: Chanchaga LGA.
• Language: Gw...
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EMPOWERING AND MOBLISING YOUTH
TOWARDS ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF RCE MINNA
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT MODE
“……..Young people must be included from birth. A
society that cuts from youth servers its life line”
Kofi Anan
5
 Youths have been described as the backbone of
any nation. Often times, they are always
energetic, willing and ready to d...
 RCE Minna is playing a major role in
empowering and moblizing young people to be
part of action on ESD.
 The success st...
Name: Buliameen Oladayor
Age: 29
Qualification: B. Tech. URP
Occupation: Entrepreneur
Title: CEO Demarine Ltd
Number of st...
9
Name: Rukayya Bahago
Age: 26
Qualification:
-B. Tech. Geograpy and Remote Sensing
-M. Tech Geograpy and Remote Sensing (In...
11
Name: Isah Ibn Mohammed
Age: 27
Qualification:
-B. Sc. Political Science
-M. Sc. . Political Science (In view)
Occupation:...
13
Name: Nana-Hauwa Ize Sule
Age: 21
Qualification:
-B. Tech. Estate Management (in view)
Occupation: Student/Writer
Book Tit...
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16
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3.1 WHY THE 1ST AFRICAN RCE YOUTH VIRTUAL
CONFERENCE
 African countries over dependence on mono-
economy.
 Youths tends ...
 To address this, the Regional Centres of
Expertise (RCE) Minna, Nigeria and Grand
Rapids, Michigan, USA brought together...
3.2 SPREAD OF PARTICIPATION
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3.3 MAJOR OUTCOME OF THE CONFERENCE
 That both youth unemployment and Climate Change are
global challenge, hence, the nee...
 That political will of governments play a major role in
combating the effect of climate change and youth
restiveness acr...
3.6 RANDOM PICTURES OF PARTICIPANTS FROM
RCE MINNA
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Campus Ambassadors Project
UNESCO MGIEP
Youth, Education and SDG 4.7
Youth-led and Youth-driven
 In order to build more peaceful and sustainable societies we
rec...
The Campus Ambassadors Project
(Key Objectives)
 Nurture an atmosphere for intercultural learning,
understanding and resp...
International Mandates
 Campus Ambassador Programme responds to and contributes to the global
mandates on peace sustainab...
Activities
1. Identification of institutes of Higher Education from each of
the six United Nations Region
2. Selection of ...
Contact
For more details please contact:
 Ms. Deepika Joon
Programme Officer
UNESCO MGIEP
d.joon@unesco.org
 Mr. Simon K...
MOVING FORWARD
 We are hopeful that the conference will become
an annual event. Outcomes of the conference
could then be ...
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  1. 1. EMPOWERING AND MOBLISING YOUTH TOWARDS ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF RCE MINNA YOUTH EMPOWERMENT MODEL 6TH AFRICAN RCE CONFERENCE NAIROBI, KENYA 24TH-25TH AUGUST, 2016 BY Ibrahim Akibu Ja’afaru Youth Coordinator RCE Minna, Nigeria
  2. 2. RCE Minna like any other RCE across the world is founded to mobilize formal and non-formal sectors in all nations to deliver the ESD four (4) major thrust that bothered on the promotion and improvement of basic education, Reorienting existing education at all levels to address sustainable development issues, Developing public understanding and awareness of sustainability, and training and retraining. 2
  3. 3. • Name: Minna • Location: North Central Nig. • Position: Capital city of Niger State. • LGA: Chanchaga LGA. • Language: Gwari, Nupe and Hausa. • Estimated Population: 304,113 in 2007 • Economy: Farming, cattle rearing, • Traditional industries, and civil service. • Education: Minna is the sit of Fed. Uni. • Of Technology, State College of • Education etc. • Coordinates: 9° 36′ 50″ N, 6° 33′ 25″ E • Distance to Abuja: About 150km   Fig1: Map Of Minna Showing some selected Features  Source: Huda-tech Computer Institute, 2013. 3
  4. 4. 4 EMPOWERING AND MOBLISING YOUTH TOWARDS ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE OF RCE MINNA YOUTH EMPOWERMENT MODE
  5. 5. “……..Young people must be included from birth. A society that cuts from youth servers its life line” Kofi Anan 5
  6. 6.  Youths have been described as the backbone of any nation. Often times, they are always energetic, willing and ready to display their prowess at any given opportunity.  Several mentors will always want to have a youth as their mentee. Therefore, when a youth gets the desired support and mentorship, he/she performs wonderfully well. 6
  7. 7.  RCE Minna is playing a major role in empowering and moblizing young people to be part of action on ESD.  The success stories are numerous, but the following stands out: 7
  8. 8. Name: Buliameen Oladayor Age: 29 Qualification: B. Tech. URP Occupation: Entrepreneur Title: CEO Demarine Ltd Number of staff: 25 Location: Minna Others: 2015 Mendale Washignton Fellow Youth Member RCE Minna, Nigeria 8
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  10. 10. Name: Rukayya Bahago Age: 26 Qualification: -B. Tech. Geograpy and Remote Sensing -M. Tech Geograpy and Remote Sensing (In view) Occupation: Entrepreneur Title: CEO Purple Plate Number of staff: 20 Location: Minna Others: Coordinator RCE Minna School Clubs Princess of Minna Royal Kingdom 10
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  12. 12. Name: Isah Ibn Mohammed Age: 27 Qualification: -B. Sc. Political Science -M. Sc. . Political Science (In view) Occupation: Social Entrepreneur Title:CEO African Centre for Extra-curricular Research And Development (ACERAD) Number of staff: 10 Location: Minna Others: Volunteer RCE Minna Youth Network 12
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  14. 14. Name: Nana-Hauwa Ize Sule Age: 21 Qualification: -B. Tech. Estate Management (in view) Occupation: Student/Writer Book Title: What Will be Will Be Location: Minna Others: Volunteer RCE Minna Youth Network 2015 YUA Meet Fellow 14
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  18. 18. 3.1 WHY THE 1ST AFRICAN RCE YOUTH VIRTUAL CONFERENCE  African countries over dependence on mono- economy.  Youths tends to be majorly affected, hence the high rate of youth unemployment.  Little economic perspective, Incoherent youth programmes and little funding by government. 18
  19. 19.  To address this, the Regional Centres of Expertise (RCE) Minna, Nigeria and Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA brought together young people and panelist to discuss ways of addressing youth unemployment and climate change through TVET, entrepreneurship, and lifelong learning in the various regions of Africa. 19 3.1 WHY THE 1ST AFRICAN RCE YOUTH CONFERENCE
  20. 20. 3.2 SPREAD OF PARTICIPATION 20
  21. 21. 3.3 MAJOR OUTCOME OF THE CONFERENCE  That both youth unemployment and Climate Change are global challenge, hence, the need for Lifelong Learning to transform our society.  That Entrepreneurship training and mentoring should be given more priority in our learning process to solve the problem of unemployment in Africa and the world at large.  That networking, education (both formal, non-formal and informal) and sharing ideas is vital to the development of African youth across all sectors. 21
  22. 22.  That political will of governments play a major role in combating the effect of climate change and youth restiveness across the world.  That moving forward, the conference will be sustained annually as a vital tool for best practice sharing on Lifelong Learning.  That the youth, both at regional and local levels, be exposed to the rudiments of social, economic and environmental sustainability for their survival. 22 3.3 MAJOR OUTCOME OF THE CONFERENCE
  23. 23. 3.6 RANDOM PICTURES OF PARTICIPANTS FROM RCE MINNA 23
  24. 24. Campus Ambassadors Project UNESCO MGIEP
  25. 25. Youth, Education and SDG 4.7 Youth-led and Youth-driven  In order to build more peaceful and sustainable societies we recognize that role of youth is a critical factor that will help us achieve positive transformation in our societies, and largely the world.  SDG 4.7 “By 2030, ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development.”
  26. 26. The Campus Ambassadors Project (Key Objectives)  Nurture an atmosphere for intercultural learning, understanding and respect for all diversities  Foster intercultural learning and understanding through innovative activities through the medium of dialogue  Undertake research on youth perspectives on cultural diversity and provide inputs into policy processes on youth and intercultural understanding  Compile best practices on youth engagement on intercultural in higher education and scale up actions on upstream perspectives.
  27. 27. International Mandates  Campus Ambassador Programme responds to and contributes to the global mandates on peace sustainable development, global citizenship and education:  Goal 4 of Agenda 2030 which seeks to “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning for all”. The programme fits within the mandate of SDG Target 4.7  International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022) to To give students a sense of ownership in the design and implementation of the inter and intra campus activities.  Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development (2015- 2019), with reference to priority areas of Policy, Whole Institution Approach and Youth.  UNESCO Operational Strategy on youth (2014-2021) with respect to young women and men engaging as active citizens towards democratic consolidation, sustainable communities and peace.
  28. 28. Activities 1. Identification of institutes of Higher Education from each of the six United Nations Region 2. Selection of Campus Ambassadors and co designing of activities 3. E mapping of resources on intercultural dialogue 4. Identification of Peer Network 5. Development of Student led toolkit on Intercultural Dialogue 6. Development of Teachers Orientation Module on Intercultural Dialogue 7. Research on Intercultural understanding amongst the youth with special focus on Discursive Violence 8. Campus Outreach Challenges- action projects
  29. 29. Contact For more details please contact:  Ms. Deepika Joon Programme Officer UNESCO MGIEP d.joon@unesco.org  Mr. Simon Kuany Kiir Kuany Associate Project Officer UNESCO MGIEP s.kuany@unesco.org  Mr. Sajid Sheikh Programme Coordinator UNESCO MGIEP s.sheikh@unesco.org
  30. 30. MOVING FORWARD  We are hopeful that the conference will become an annual event. Outcomes of the conference could then be scaled up and discussed in the upcoming regional and global RCE conferences in order to prepare a roadmap for youth involvement in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and as a major push for the Global Action Plan (GAP) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 30
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    Apr. 18, 2018

Empowering and Mobilising Youth towards Achieving Sustainable Development. This presentation is part of the 6th African RCE Conference, 2016.

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