This year’s theme, related to Youth Action in Crisis Response and Preparedness "Put Humanity Over the Oblivion" wants to bring participants to reflect on the force and engagement of Youth with a specific focus on the three possible scenarios of active youth participation: Youth as Leaders, Youth as Volunteers and Youth as Beneficiaries, as underlined in the IFRC Youth Engagement Strategy. For further information click here!
The San Marino Declaration is the final document stemming from the 12th Mediterranean Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, held in San Marino from on the 25-28 May 2015.
The IFRC Youth Engagement Strategy (Y.E.S.) is a global strategic framework for youth engagement in Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies. Its specific strategic framework is facilitating the meaningful engagement of young people as the leaders of today and tomorrow and as RC/RC volunteers. In the developing of this document 161 RC/RC National Societies were engaged, together with additional volunteers and staff of Nationals Societies over web-based platforms that all contributed to this Strategy.
Violence, discrimination and exclusion cause suffering for millions of people across the world today. Born out of fear, ignorance and mistrust, these actors undermine safety, health and human potential. Differences of opinion and disagreements are a normal part of humanity, but the question is: how can we deal with these in a constructive way?
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