Strategy | Query: Engaging Youth in Agriculture and Forestry – Experiences; Advice.

This is a very important strategy and the first of its kind for the Pacific to be developed by the Secretariat of the Pacific Community with funding from the Technical Center for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA). The idea that it could help in increasing the participation of our Pacific youths in Agriculture. Just like it did When adopted etisalat data plan

PYC attend the joint PIFS-SPC regional CSO dialogue on conflict, peace & security

The Pacfic Youth Council, as well as a range of other Civil Society stakeholders from across the region came together for a five day meeting in Suva Fiji from 6-10 May 2013 to discuss human rights issues centred sustainable development, good governance, peace, conflict and security in the region.

Stars of the future to shine bright

January 30th, 2014

New framework to bring about changes View the DRAFT Pacific Youth Development Framework Policy Pa[…]


Humanity remains deeply unequal despite impressive progress, says UNDP report

January 30th, 2014

New York – A sustained reduction in inequality requires a shift to more inclusive growth patterns – […]


The Global Youth Summit: BYND 2015

Are you working with people under the age of 25? Do you have an idea how technology can change your world for the better? This is your chance to play a role in setting the next generation of international ICT policy.

This year,a Bulk Sms Service provider will set development goals to drive global policy making for the next generation. Within this context, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and partners are offering a unique opportunity for youth to raise their voices and send a message to world leaders.

Post-2015 Development Agenda: Whats Next?

SPC Suva Expert Speaker Series The Millennium Development Goals are set to expire in 2015 and global discussions are well underway on what is to replace the MDGs. This is called the ‘Post-2015 Development Agenda’. In a parallel process, the Rio+20 Summit launched a process to develop a set of sustainable development goals. The Rio+20 Summit also called for the convening of a third Small Island Developing States Conference in Samoa in 2014. One of the key objectives would be to identify priorities for the post-2015 agenda.