- What is the link between Youth, Peace and Security?
- What is the United Nations Security Council resolution 2250??
- What issues do we face in our lives in Northeast Asia in relation to peace and security?
- How are youth taking action to create a more peaceful community, region and world?
- And what can you do to be a part of this?
We invite youth in Ulaanbaatar to join us for this training on December 14 to find out, and to take the first steps to becoming a peacebuilder!
What? Your chance to learn about Youth, Peace and Security, including its backgrounds in UN Security Council Resolution 2250, the groundbreaking resolution recognising that “young people play an important and positive role in the maintenance and promotion of international peace and security”.
Through this workshop young people will learn more about this agenda, and discuss how it relates to the context of Mongolia and Northeast Asia, and opportunities to be more involved in the future!
When? 5-8pm, December 14 (Tuesday)
Where? Chingeltei District, 4th Horoo, Sukhbaatar street
Who? 20 young people in Mongolia interested in peace and security!
How? See here for full details on how to apply (in Mongolian)
The training is free of charge. It will be held in English with interpretation into Mongolian.
Hosted by the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), a network of civil society organisations working in peace and security all around the world. The training will be facilitated by Moe Sasaki, a designer, facilitator, and coordinator for peace and active citizenship training programs in Northeast Asia and beyond. She is a trainer and consultant for the United Network of Young Peacebuilders for the Asia Pacific region, on the steering committee of the Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI), and has recently worked with the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs in representing Northeast Asian youth in peace and security efforts.
This training is being organised by GPPAC in collaboration with Mongolian NGOs Blue Banner and Youth for Regional Peace and Prosperity (Y4RP) with the support of the European Union.