Youth Action Hubs

Action Hubs  

Today, youth represent over 1.5 billion people - the largest youth population in the history of mankind.

UNCTAD believes that young people can play a major role in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Youth Action Hubs initiative was created by youth at the UNCTAD Youth Forum in October 2018 in Geneva with the principle “for youth, by youth”.

It empowers youth to think globally and express views on matters within UNCTAD’s mandate and enables us to take action locally as game changers in our communities by setting up SDG-related projects.



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