This video was recorded during the 2012 International Youth Leadership Academy (IYLA) training in Istanbul, Turkey. Participants came together and shared their visions for what their world would like post-2015.
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ABC4All Legacy and The ShiftLast Updated on 2012-12-23 00:00:00
“Stories of the Shift:” HOPE RESTORED
FourYears.Go inspires us to contribute “Stories of the Shift” and to the work needed to create a better world: “It is the call to action, it is the declaration that each of us is sufficient to do our part, and it is the invitation for every man, woman, child, organization, profession, and industry to take on what is ours to do - so that we have a planet that works for everyone.”
The Legacy of ABC4All has been in development for 15 years. With the ABC4All Jamboree! 12/12/12, a launch of the capabilities coincides with the paradigm shift being seen worldwide as advocated by FourYears.Go and thousands of organizations across the world. It is clear that especially the young people have become disillusioned with the state of the world they see around them and are... More »
Youth Consultation: Addressing InequalitiesLast Updated on 2012-11-01 00:00:00
Addressing Inequalities in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
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1. What inequalities do young people face in their day-to-day lives?
(Think about challenges you have seen, or challenges you have experienced yourself, including where they occurred and who they affected.)
From its inception 15 years ago, A Better Community For All (ABC4All) and now ABC4All Mentors in 119 countries are sorely aware of inequities where any of us look right in our own local communities. The lack of common sense in the world is everywhere. We can focus on the gripping images that point desperately to what changes are needed in our world, OR, we can move forward with a model for the World of A Better Community For All that... More »
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