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Webinar 4 – Youth Leading for Peace & Gender Equality
September 12, 2016
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Webinar Date and Time:
September 21 at 8:30 EST – You can watch the webinar here.

Webinar Summary:
Celebrate the International Day of Peace and launch of Peace Exchange’s Gender and Conflict Campaign by joining the “Youth Leading for Peace & Gender Equality” webinar hosted by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP). The webinar features a discussion with youth peacebuilders participating in USIP’s Generation Change Fellows Program. Hear their stories and learn how these young leaders are promoting peace and gender equality and transforming their communities.

Speaker Bios:
Rebecca Ojedele is a Project Coordinator at the African Radio Drama Association (ARDA). ARDA is a foremost development communication, non-profit and non-governmental organization in Nigeria. Since its inception in 1996, ARDA has spearheaded the communication of various development messages, ranging from maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, democracy and good governance, environmental sustainability, agriculture, climate change adaptation and rural livelihoods and peace and conflict resolution among other issues through radio programs, film and other related programs. ARDA has successfully designed and disseminated more than 30 distinct radio and video programs across the country.

Nulu Naluyombya is the Founder and Executive Director at Success Chapter. Success Chapter is a Ugandan not for profit youth founded development organization. They provide motivational talks and trainings, teach the practices of emotional intelligence, assertive self-expression and healthy relationships, which gives individuals and organizations the skills and confidence they need to produce the results they desire.


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