Equity & Gender

World Forestry Congress' Youth Program

Picture credit: Hansjurg Jager

Young people will be engaged throughout the Congress process. It will enable vital youth contributions that stem from debates among peers as well as inter-generational discussions on the most pressing issues facing forests and forestry.

YPARD blog: Why It Is Up To The Millennials To Save The Earth

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges currently facing humanity; it has aggravated water crises, drought, frequent wildfires, food shortages, weaker societal unity, hindered economic growth and increased security risks, inequality and poverty.

Välkommen till Migrationsdagen!

Människor har alltid rört sig över långa avstånd för att finna nya platser att leva på. Det finns många skäl att tro att vi kommer att fortsätta göra det, i kanske ännu högre grad än förut. Den 5 oktober 2016 samlar vi en rad kunniga personer på området för att försöka reda ut vad det är som händer, varför det händer och vilka konsekvenserna kan bli.

Good practices: Livestock production with minimal use of antibiotics

Presented by My Salman at the seminar "Antimicrobial resistance; linkages between humans, livestock and water in peri-urban areas" at the World Water Week, 29th August 2016.

Youth & Agenda 2030 - Local going global

Photo courtesy HUMA/World Bank (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Welcome to an information packed day where you get to learn more about the agenda, discuss connections between the work that is being carried out in national contexts and the Sustainable Development Goals and how we can create a global youth movement working together as one force.

Changing development paradigms and uncertainties of the global economy

Photo courtesy UNIDO (CC BY-ND 2.0)

What constitutes best development policy and practice? The thinking on development policy has changed a lot over the last few decades – prompted by major crises, such as the financial crisis of 2008, and an ongoing global slowdown.