Youth and policy makers join forces in pandemic recovery efforts
55 young researchers from UNESCOs signature Youth As Researchers on COVID19 initiative and close to 20 policy makers from various Member States debated on priorities for postpandemic recovery with for and by youth during a HighLevel Policy Conference hosted on site and online by UNESCO on 25 March 2022 Central to the debate were the insights of the young researchers on the impact of the pandemic on youth wellbeing learning action rights and use of technology
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Youth and policy makers design COVID-19 recovery solutions together
Young people from every region of the world and policymakers will start a dialogue on concrete recovery efforts in response to COVID19 around youth wellbeing rights learning youthled action and role of technology This will happen on 25 March 2022 at a hybrid highlevel policy conference of the Youth as Researchers YAR on COVID19 global initiative coconvened by the UNESCO Social and Human Sciences Programme and UNESCO Chairs at the National University of Ireland Galway and the Pennsylvania State University