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Tuesday, October 27 • 17:00 - 18:30
The role of Civil Society in Promoting Global Youth-led Accountability FILLING

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This is an open session bringing together a range of stakeholders to discuss the role of civil society in promoting and support youth-led, data-driven accountability in the SDGs, brainstorming how to create linkages with OGP processes and scope opportunities for the role of young people and youth-led accountability in the Open Governance Partnership more broadly.

This session will be facilitated by:

Richard Dzikunu, Curious Minds Ghana, and Restless Development Youth Accountability Advocate
Fiammetta Wegner, Networks and Capacity-building Officer, Restless Development 
Rocio Gonzalez, Restless Development Youth Researcher Mexico 

The main delivery method would be group discussions on the following discussion questions:
  • How are young people and/or youth-led Community Based Organisations already involved in OGP processes and national OGP initiatives? Also reflecting on how they could be more involved, and new ideas. 
  • What is the role of youth-generated or curated data in supporting local, national, regional or global accountability?

Speakers
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Richard Dzikunu

Youth advocate, Restless Development
I am Richard Dzikunu a youth right advocate. I am the current co-host of curious minds youth radio programme “gems of our time” on uniiq 95.7fm. | I was among two students who represented Ghana at a child rights Conference in Canada in 2006 and subsequently selected for the United Nations General Assembly Special Session for children in New York in the year 2007. | In 2014 I became a trainer on reproductive rights with the... Read More →
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Rachel Litster

Restless Development


Tuesday October 27, 2015 17:00 - 18:30
Classroom B1

Attendees (55)