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YECAP REGIONAL DIALOGUE

The Road to 10th APFSD:
Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in

Climate Action 2023

The Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in
Climate Action 2021

Date: 9-10 February

Agenda: Diverse range of sessions focusing on inspiration, knowledge and actions

  • Keynote speeches, a panel on leaving no youth behind, a hot seat discussion, a marketplace of opportunities, government and youth organization roundtables, un-conference, the launch of the platform

Delegates: Over 2,500 registrations and 1,100 participants over two days 

  • Youth, government partners, civil society, and private sector

  • Over 60% female participants 

Speakers: Over 30 speakers representing all 4 sub-regions in Asia and the Pacific and marginalized communities (People with Disabilities, Indigenous Peoples, etc.)

Pre-Events: Over 20 events engaging over 1,000 participants 

YECAP Regional Dialogue

YECAP Regional Dialogue

YECAP Regional Dialogue
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Day 1 - Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Actions

Day 1 - Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Actions

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Day 2 - Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Actions

Day 2 - Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Actions

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Day 2 - Road to Stockholm+50: Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Action

Day 2 - Road to Stockholm+50: Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in Climate Action

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The Road to Stockholm+50:
Regional Dialogue on Youth Empowerment in

Climate Action 2022

Date: 6-7 April

Organizers: Co-organized by UNDP in partnership with UNEP, OHCHR, UNV, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNFCCC, The British Council, YOUNGO, Movers Programme and 2030 Youth Force

Objectives: Highlight, inspire, and recognize the role of youth in climate action to raise awareness, create a call-to-action, and prepare young climate advocates across Asia and the Pacific for larger, global dialogues in the lead up to the Stockholm+50 conference, and provide a platform for young environmental human rights activists at national and regional levels to discuss climate change experiences and environmental advocacy strategies. 

  • To serve as one of the key activities on youth empowerment and direct participation in the Nationally Determined Contributions revision, implementation and monitoring processes

Delegates: Over 2,000 registrations and 1,400 participants over two days 

  • Over 53.2% female participants 

  • 34.09% participants from marginalized group

  • Youth, government partners, civil society, and private sector

Speakers: Over 40 speakers representing all 4 sub-regions in Asia and the Pacific and marginalized communities (People with Disabilities, Minority Communities, Indigenous Peoples, etc.)

Pre-Events: Over 12 events engaging over 1,000 participants 

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