Information
  • Lead-organizer: International Youth and Student Movement for the United Nations (ISMUN)
  • 11:30 - 13:00
  • Date: 16 Jun 2012
  • Room: T-10

Sustainable Development and Inter-generational Equity Issues Dialogue

Organizing partners

US Human Rights Network
African Youth Network for Sustainable Development
Third World Network5. North-South XXI
Caribbean Youth Environment Network
UN Student and Youth Association, Malta
CODEJU- Chile
UN Student and Youth Association of Togo
Liberian Youth and Students Movement for the UN; and
ISMUN-Congo, Brazaville

Introduction

The dialogue will be of Panel Discussion and Workshop nature on making a link between Climate Justice, Carbon Debt, Development, and

Reparations.

Detailed programme

The dialogue will examine questions of equity and justice across generations vis--vis youth and sustainable development issue; emphasize decolonizing global governance and meeting development challenges through south-south cooperation, reparations for past injustices which legacies are at the core of the present day world, north-south solidarity and more democratic international institutions; promote a process for
international NGO campaigning on inter-generational equity issues; build necessary contact, networks and partnerships.

Experts, NGOs activist, and Youth and Students organizations leaderships, including:
1.Oluwole Oshota, President ISMUN
2.Kali Akuno, Co-Director US Human Rights Network
3.Reginald I. Burke, Executive Coordinator,Caribbean Youth Environment Network
4.Curtis Doebbler, Int. Law Professor,North-South XXI
5.Chee Yokeling, Third World Network
6.Reda Mehuigeni, Director, African Youth Network for Sustainable Development

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