Social Media Kit

Thank you for supporting Peace Exchange’s Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) campaign! We encourage you to personalize tweets, e-newsletters and Facebook posts in this toolkit for your audiences.

Twitter Handles: @USAID @USAIDDRG @USAID_DCHA @USAIDEducation @YPLearning

Campaign Hashtags: #PeaceExchange #YCP #YouthPower #PYD #PositiveYouthDevelopment

Downloadable Campaign Postcard
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General Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) Campaign Tweets

    • Learn how youth are being engaged as key partners in conflict sensitive development & peacebuilding on #PeaceExchange at goo.gl/BLHvSp #YCP
    • Join the #PeaceExchange & @yplearning Youth, Conflict & Peacebuilding Campaign from Sept-Dec 2017! Click goo.gl/BLHvSp to learn more
    • More than 600 million youth live in fragile & conflict-affected contexts. Join #PeaceExchange to learn more at goo.gl/BLHvSp #YCP

Search for Common Ground and UNDP Webinar Tweets

    • Join #PeaceExchanges Youth, Conflict & Peacebuilding campaign! Register for the next webinar w/ @UNDP4Youth @SFCG_ on 11/15 at goo.gl/bq2r87
    • Learn how youth can help prevent violent extremism during #PeaceExchange’s webinar w/ @UNDP4Youth @SFCG_ on 11/15. Register at goo.gl/bq2r87
    • Partnering w/ Youth to Prevent Violent Extremism. Join #PeaceExchange’s webinar w/ @UNDP4Youth @SFCG_ on 11/15. Register at goo.gl/bq2r87
    • Join #PeaceExchanges webinar with @USAID @UNDP4Youth @SFCG_ on 11/15! Register at goo.gl/bq2r87

YCP Campaign Blurb for E-Newsletters and Facebook Posts

Building off International Youth Day (August 14), Peace Exchange, in partnership with YouthPower Learning, launched the Youth, Conflict and Peacebuilding (YCP) Campaign in September 2017! Throughout the campaign, Peace Exchange continues to share programming resources and highlight other organization’s research and work on YCP. The campaign webinar series continues with an upcoming webinar with the United Nation’s Development Program (UNDP) and Search for Common Ground (SFCG) on NOVEMBER 15, 2017 at 12 EST.  During this webinar, Rachel Walsh Taza from SFCG and Noella Richard from UNDP will share emerging approaches for partnering with young people to prevent violent extremism, including lessons from their youth programs around the world, and insights from recent research and reports: Peacebuilder’s Guide to Transforming Violent Extremism, the Global Survey on Youth, Peace and Security of youth-led organizations, and the Youth Global Programme for Sustainable Development and Peace (Youth-GPS) from UNDP.  Click here to register for the webinar and visit www.dmeforpeace.org/peacexchange to join the community and learn more.

Campaign Image to Include with Tweets, Facebook Posts and E-Newsletter Blurbs
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