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Global Youth Action Network
Voice is about youth participation. Are you interested in decision-making processes? Do you want to learn more about how to get involved? In this section you can find the necessary information about local, national and/or international processes, including those of the United Nations. It also includes resources and tools you can use to get involved and lists upcoming events in which you can participate.
 Event Blogs & Progress Reports
 Toolkits & Publications
Lettre d’un petit Camerounais à un petit Français by Prince Binam T.
Un testament que je voudrais poster dans l’avenir, le conte d’un fils d’esclave au descendant...
Declaration for Peace and Humanitarian Relief in Somalia by Somali Youth Employment Service
We Somali Youth Employment Service and 29 Youth led Organizations, deeply regret and condemn the...
Follow-up to the World Programme of Action for Youth by United Nations
This document was prepared ahead of the 2007 Commission for Social Development and contains a...
Activist Toolkit by Amnesty International
The Activist Toolkit has something for everyone! Information to help new groups get started,...
 International Involvement
UN Agencies
The United Nations is a huge system composed of many different (but related) agencies and organizations which address specific areas and issues of concern. Learn more about each one:
UN Youth Delegates
Youth Delegates are young people nominated by their National Youth Councils to be a delegate of their Country Mission at the UN General Assembly and ECOSOC Commissions.
 National Involvement
National Youth Councils
National Youth Councils facilitate youth participation in national policy processes and connect young people and youth organizations within nation-states. Find your National Youth Council:
Top Youth Issues
Click on your country to let us know what issues matter to you! Check out other countries to see results from young people around the world: