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About the conference
The cross-cutting theme for IYF 2018 is “Partnering with the Youth to achieve SDGs: Moving from policy to action‟. IYF 2018 will facilitate a process that strengthens effective youth participation in the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of various global issues of human rights and development, referring to the process of defining and meeting the successful realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as discuss about Human rights and how young people can involve and support the delivery of basic human rights in their society and country.The main aim of the forum is to explore the potential of youth population to contribute in the achievement of fundamental Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
It brings together young delegates from all over the world to exchange views, share experiences on different issues, detect common preoccupations and to develop realistic action plans to rebuild communities that meet the needs and aspirations of young people.
The youth forum is expected to bring together about two hundred participants of diverse background and knowledge from the different parts of the world. The interactive panel discussions and workshops will be introduced during the event and participants will directly engage in dialogues to identify and share practical, evidence-based solutions that can support Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The International Youth Forum on Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals 2018 will take place from 17th –18th August 2018 at Kathmandu, Nepal.The event is being hosted by Youth for Human Rights Nepal in collaboration with various public and private partners.Youth for Human Rights Nepal is an official representative organization for Youth for Human Rights International to co-ordinate activities in Nepal
The conference will also create an inclusive platform for youth enabling them to review the progress of the SDGs, share ideas, experiences and innovative approaches for effectively contributing to the SDG framework and its implementation.The event allows people to voice their ideas and concerns and make suggestions directly.
17 Goals to Transform Our World
2016 presents an unprecedented opportunity to bring the countries and citizens of the world together to embark on a new path to improve the lives of people everywhere.
Countries have adopted a new sustainable development agenda and global agreement on climate change. Explore this site to find out more about the efforts of the UN and its partners to build a better world with no one left behind.
Thanks to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and States’ commitments to its principles, the dignity of millions has been uplifted, untold human suffering prevented and the foundations for a most just world have been laid. While its promise is yet to be fulfilled, the very fact that it has stood the test of time is testament to the enduring universality of its perennial values of equality, justice and human dignity. To highlight what the Universal Declaration means for people in their everyday lives, UN Human Rights had launched a year-long campaign on 10th December, Human Rights Day 2017 that culminated in the actual occasion of the Declaration’s 70th anniversary celebration on the same day next year.
The campaign had three core objectives: to promote, engage and reflect. Our aim is to engage a broad base of audiences the world over; to help promote understanding of how the Universal Declaration empowers us all; and encourage further reflection on the ways that each of us can stand up for rights, every day. The anniversary is a chance for the world to celebrate the gift of the Universal Declaration and to help reaffirm the enduring human rights principles and standards it has helped establish.