You always wanted to take a really good photo, but didn't know how to? This guide will help you learn how to producing different types of media (photos, blogs, audio, etc.) and display them on Voices of Youth to share with the world!
Gather your friends and/or other young people that want to make an impact and follow this guide that will prepare you to take action, raise awareness on an issue and make a difference in your community!
Use this template to identify the issue in your community that you would like to explore. Then follow the necessary steps to address the identified problem. By planning your tasks and activities properly, you will be able to voice your opinion and make a difference in your community!
Participating youth and teachers of the United Nations Student Leadership Conference on Development, download this document for instructions on how to create a post, login, register, and dates for the conference.
Learn how to record short videos to show your perspective on issues, opportunities and events in your community. Use this guide to get tips on how to shoot and upload Vine and Instagram videos!
You have started your discussions on Connect for the UN Student Leadership Conferences. These resources will prepare you on how to begin turning your ideas on VOY Connect to the final draft in document form.
This is the final draft of the Plan of Action. Submit your feedback, share your experiences, and join others in the discussion right here on Connect.
Debates are a great and efficient way of getting young people to think about local and global issues and turning complex questions into knowledge and informed opinions.
Tips for educators on how to manage group facilitation and efficiently teach outside the traditional classroom setting.
Step-by-Step guide for educators to conduct Connect sessions efficiently offline and online.
Introduction to 21st century education and group learning methodologies.
A list of activities to be conducted before a session or during break time to make participants more comfortable and more engaged.
As the crisis in Syria continues, and reaches its 3rd year, the US Fund for UNICEF provides us with a global citizenship brief which serves as a guide for educators and teachers when introducing this topic in their classroom. It includes background information of the conflict and discussion activities for adolescents.