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Voices of Youth Inspire! "If it goes from heart and with love it will be always successful"

Publicado 5 de agosto de 2014 Avatar Oksana Hirchak

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Your name: Anton Savidi Your age: 21 Where are you originally from and where do you currently live? I’m from Ternopil, Ukraine and still living there in the city of Lviv. What is you educational background? Master of International relations Ivan Franko National University of Lviv How important was your choice of degree/field of study at university for what you’re doing now? My choice helps me doing what I am currently working at, but it wasn’t essentia...

Learning through Reflection

Publicado 5 de agosto de 2014 no picture Yosr Jouini

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In the last couple of days, I have been participating in a sort of summer camp organized by NATEG. NATEG is the abbreviation of “North America Tunisian Engineering Group”. It is an organization created by Tunisian engineers working in north America (Canada and USA) and the “NATEG days” event is one its projects. During three days of workshops, conferences and networking dinners, the participants, mainly engineering students or freshly graduated engineers, had the chance...

“When all else fails, make yourself your own inspiration” – thoughts of a young achiever

Publicado 4 de agosto de 2014 Avatar Thamara Kandabada

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When I saw Assignment #5 – to create an 'Inspire!' portrait by interviewing a young person who has an interesting job or career and who you think would be an inspiration for youth – in the VOY Blogger Info Packet that my Internship Manager sent me last June, two people instantly came into my mind. I am writing about one of them today. I thought it would be best if I do away with the ‘Inspire!’ profile format, so here it goes. He is Siddhartha Nanayakkara. I first met...

Voices of Youth Inspire! “Failures are the best eye openers.”

Publicado 3 de agosto de 2014 no picture Ma'Reke

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Your name: Salu Oluwamayowa Adepeju Your age: 28 years Where are you originally from and where do you currently live? I am from Igbogbo, Lagos State, Nigeria, but I grew up in Bariga and I still live in Bariga, Lagos State. According to your business card – what is your job title? I am founder and Executive Director of Iba (Malaria) Eradication Foundation. How does your current job compare with what you wanted to do when you were much younger...

Do one thing: Volunteer!

Publicado 2 de agosto de 2014 Avatar MariaJoseCelis

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Do you volunteer or do community work? How do you contribute to your community? A good way to help out is volunteering. Volunteering is amazing whether it's at an animal shelter or at an elderly home. The thing about volunteering is that you have to do it from your heart, why be a poser and pretend to care? When you help out whether it's just smiling at an elder or petting a dog you are helping out in the world. You may be thinking, but why should I volunteer...

Israel and Palestine

Publicado 2 de agosto de 2014 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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How can we just sit around and do nothing? America, do something! President Obama, take action! Formerly, I supported our President with blind hopes thinking that he would revolutionize the way the Untied States has approached foreign policy since the atrocities of the 1960s and beyond. However, much to my chagrin and dismay (also, on behalf of the many citizens in this country who agree with me), the United States has yet to lift a finger concerning the conflict in the Middle East...

Introducing myself as a Mauritian passionate soul, ready to take you on her rich human experiences. ☯

Publicado 31 de julio de 2014 Avatar Quincy Scott

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Namasté everyone. :) It’s 4:13 and instead of sleeping after taking my soothing gel for stomach burns, I’m delighted to finally write, complete and publish my first article as a selected and happy Blogging Intern at UNICEF Voices of Youth 2014. First of all, I apologize for my late start but I had some health issues and I wasn’t in good shape enough to get started and share my energies with you – the share of good and healthy vibes is important to me! I am a Mauritian,...

Your voice matters

Publicado 30 de julio de 2014 no picture Yosr Jouini

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Five-million-citizens confirmed their will to participate in the election process. Five months till the end of the year… the deadline set by the national constitutional assembly to organize both parliamentary and presidential elections. And after the adoption of the 2014 constitution, the 5th fundamental laws of the country’s history, Tunisians have been asking several questions: Should I register to vote in the upcoming election? Or maybe I have to boycott the whole proc...

We Are Just As Important

Publicado 30 de julio de 2014 no picture Micheal Ighodaro

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The International Aids Conference AIDS2014 has come and gone, but we have learnt from this conference is something we all should individually define in our own ways. For many this conference was the one for the youth, and for others it was the one we finally have a clear roadmap to ending Aids. But for young MSMs*, transgenders and adolescent MSMs it was the one where our issues weren't that important for discussion. During this conference there were several panels of discuss...

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