Inequality in its various forms is an issue that will define our time. Confronting inequalities has moved to the forefront of many global policy debates as a consensus has emerged that all should enjoy equal access to opportunity. ‘Leave no one behind’ serves as the rallying cry of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. At this juncture Albertian Foundation is calling youth to participate in the global dialogue UN-75 Inequality – Bridging the Divide
*Closing of registration on _15th September 2020_
*Record your speech video and send to [email protected] before _16th September 2020_
*UN75 Final Presentation by best 10 participants on _19th September 2020_
The best 10 participants will be selected to present the live finale with three rounds. The first-round *Presentation Round* where each participant will get 8 to 10 minutes time for presenting the UN75 topic on Shifting Demographics. The second-round will be *Deliberation Round* of 20 to 30 minutes. All the selected participants can engage in deliberations – discussions to complement and supplement the views and there is no specific time for each participant. The third-round will be *Call for Action Round* where each participant will get 2 to 5 minutes to conclude each one’s presentation and share the final message for action or to be a role model.
The best student will be bestowed with the Title Ambassador of *Migrants and Global Population* and will get a chance to visit the UN Office in Vienna (have to bear the expense). Make your voice heard in the UN.!!!
For more information contact
*Prof. Shine Antony* 9895403578
Dean (Training and Development), St. Albert’s College (Autonomous)