Press releases
31. October 2017

Youth first! International Climate Politics shaped in Bonn

From the 2nd to 4th November about 1000 young people from all around the world…
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General
29. October 2017

HOW GOOD FOOD ACADEMY IN CHINA TRIES TO MAKE A CHANGE – by Zhu Qing

As a graduate student in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of…
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General
28. October 2017

CLIMATE CRISIS AND GLOBAL JUSTICE – by Alina Oehmen

THE PACIFIC ISLAND TAVULU HAS ALREADY INITIATED THE RESETTLEMENT OF 11,000 INHABITANTS DUE TO SEA-LEVEL…
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General
26. October 2017

Talanoa Mada? – by the COY13-Team

The COY13 Organising Team chose a slogan which, most probably, only a few outside of…
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ActionGeneral
26. October 2017

‘Individual’ is not ‘Youth’ – Green Empowerment through Collective Youth Club Activities in Bangladesh – by Rukhser Ahmed Bhabna

Almost all the unsolved problems till now have been relied upon on youth power for…
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ActionGeneral
25. October 2017

Les enfants qui transforment le monde – Jeanne Irène KOUMO

Former, Informer pour Tansformer En Afrique, l’on a pour coutume de dire cette phrase : « la terre…
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General
23. October 2017

G.O.N.E in Bonn: Fashion for the Future – by Devin James Gilmartin

On November 2nd, when COY13 gathers in Bonn, Germany, the youth activists, entrepreneurs and innovators…
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ActionGeneral
23. October 2017

African Environmentalism – by Wole Adegbule

The state, rescue and relevance: A case study of Nigeria Africa is the world’s second…
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General
19. October 2017

Empowering Young Climate Leaders at COY13 – By Kelvine C. Shirima (Climate Action Network Tanzania for “Empowerment for Climate Leadership” a CAN Tanzania – Germanwatch Project. )

a transformative stride for achieving Agenda 2030/Sustainable Development Goals Steering action against climate change -…
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19. October 2017

Climate Justice and Children’s Rights – by Kehkashan Basu

Myopia --- a medical condition commonly referred to as shortsightedness. But in my opinion, it…
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