Empowering Africa’s Youth Climate Leaders: Highlights from the Capacity Building Workshop

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Uniting African Youth for Climate Action In collaboration with the Climate Youth Negotiator Program (CYNP) and African Group of Negotiators Experts Support (AGNES), AYICC recently organized a leadership training workshop on negotiation skills. Held from August 28th to September 1st, 2023, at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in Kasarani, Nairobi, this […]

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Eric Rukebesha’s Journey in Seed Technology, Business Training, and Climate Action

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Eric Rukebesha is a 26-year-old hailing from Rwanda, who is currently establishing his career in the world of Seed Technology and Business Training at One Acre Fund.  Eric’s philosophy revolves around the advancement of society and community development, underpinned by an unwavering commitment to prioritize the well-being of society, irrespective of the associated costs and […]

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Empowering Diverse Voices: Reflections from the Capacity Building of African Youth Leadership on Climate Change and Negotiations

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As the urgency of climate change compels young voices to step forward and demand immediate action, the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) remains dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of young individuals. In this pursuit, we recently organized a leadership training workshop on negotiation skills. The workshop convened 21 young participants from across the […]

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Amplifying African Youth Voices in Climate Negotiations: A Step Towards Inclusive Change

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Young people’s voices play a pivotal role in advancing just climate ambition and driving systemic change in climate decision-making. Hence their potential to reshape the discourse on climate action and propel meaningful progress is immeasurable. According to the UN, young people are key drivers of development, social change, economic growth, innovation, and environmental protection. In […]

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