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Social Inclusion of Youth with Mental Health Conditions
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RASIT is Now Accepting Youth Applications for Internship Program within its UN
Operation. For further information please contact u
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Flaming Volunteerism in the Youth of Today, the Leaders of Tomorrow.  
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"YOUTH ADVOCACY CENTER" a New Program of RASIT World Youth League
As “Partners in Policymaking” The Advocacy Center is an innovative model of
leadership training for Youth.  It is designed to provide state-of-the-art knowledge
about issues and policies related to issues that matter Youth life, and to develop
participant competencies to become more effective in influencing policy development
at all levels. The overall intent is to achieve a productive partnership between Youth
and those in position to make policy. To join please contact us.
RASIT and FCCIAL Signed a Memorandum of Understanding for
Cooperation in Arab Youth Empowerment and Development
Programs

The Federation of Chambers of Commerce Industry & Agriculture in Lebanon (FCCIAL)
and the Royal Academy of Science International Trust (RASIT) signed on Tuesday
September 25 2012 a memorandum of understanding aiming for cooperation in Arab
Youth Empowerment and Development Programs.  High levels of dignities, diplomats,
businessmen, and youth attended the ceremony.  

RASIT and FCCIAL will provide internship and training programs within the FCCIAL
and its corporate members.  In addition to workshops and support Youth studies and
research, both RASIT and FCCIAL will organize an annual conference on the role of
Arab Youth in Development.  

The President of FCCIAL Mr. Mohammed Choukeir and the Executive Director of RASIT
HRH Dr Princess Nisreen El-Hashemite announced for the launching of The “RASIT-
FCCIAL Arab Youth Excellence Award.  This yearly award will honor Arab Youth in
various fields such as business, science and technology, social sciences, and arts.

For further information about the programs, please contact us.
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    the Future
Prepared by the United Nations Department of Economic and
Social Affairs, the World Youth Report on Youth Civic
Engagement explores young people's participation in economic,
political and community life, responding to growing interest in,
and an increased policy focus on, youth civic engagement in
recent years among Governments, young people and
researchers. The Report provides thematic insights on economic,
political and community engagement, coupled with expert opinion
pieces so as to provide robust and varied perspectives into youth
engagement.

In offering fresh perspectives and innovative ideas on youth
engagement, the Report is intended to serve as an impetus and
tool for dialogue, policy discussion and action between youth and
government.

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#YOUTH2030
The role of youth in building sustainable and resilient
urban and rural communities.

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum, to be held
on 30-31 January 2018, will provide a platform for youth to engage in a
dialogue with Member States and to discuss the policy frameworks
and promote innovative, institutionalised approaches and initiatives for
advancing the youth development agenda at national, regional and
global levels with a view to promoting solutions to the global challenge
of strengthening resilience and sustainable development.
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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
THINK THE UNTHINKABLE
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for the first International Youth Conference