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Building Youth-Inclusive Democracies: Lessons from Kenya
International development policy
Image by CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies
In partnership with the International Youth Foundation
THURSDAY, MAR 14, 2013
A discussion with:
Earl Gast
Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Africa, U.S. Agency for International Development
Zipporah Maina
President, Cheptiret Youth Bunge
Silas Maru
President, National Youth Bunge Association
Sharon Morris
Director of Youth and Conflict Mitigation, Mercy Corps
Moderated by:
Nicole Goldin
Director, Youth Prosperity and Security Initative, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Thursday, March 14, 2013 3:00pm-4:30pm
B1 Conference Room, CSIS
1800 K. St. NW, Washington, DC 20006
Please RSVP to ppd@csis.org
Young people have historically been at the forefront of social and political movements. In Kenya, youth make up nearly 30% of the population, and are a source of great promise. Yet fueled by disenfranchisement, inequity, and rampant unemployment, youth were at the center of the violence following the 2007 Presidential elections. To begin to address the challenge of disaffected youth, USAID initiated its largest-ever youth program – Yes Youth Can!. Implemented by Mercy Corps and led by Kenyan youth, the Yes Youth Can! project is forging new ground in understanding and advancing youth inclusive democracy and governance.
Following the March 4th elections, please join us for a timely conversation on project, policy and comparative experiences, perspectives and lessons learned from Kenya in building youth inclusive democracies.
Follow @CSIS and #CSISLive for live updates
Programs
PACIFIC FORUM CSIS, PROJECT ON PROSPERITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Building Youth-Inclusive Democracies: Lessons from Kenya
International development policy
Image by CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies
In partnership with the International Youth Foundation
THURSDAY, MAR 14, 2013
A discussion with:
Earl Gast
Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Africa, U.S. Agency for International Development
Zipporah Maina
President, Cheptiret Youth Bunge
Silas Maru
President, National Youth Bunge Association
Sharon Morris
Director of Youth and Conflict Mitigation, Mercy Corps
Moderated by:
Nicole Goldin
Director, Youth Prosperity and Security Initative, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Thursday, March 14, 2013 3:00pm-4:30pm
B1 Conference Room, CSIS
1800 K. St. NW, Washington, DC 20006
Please RSVP to ppd@csis.org
Young people have historically been at the forefront of social and political movements. In Kenya, youth make up nearly 30% of the population, and are a source of great promise. Yet fueled by disenfranchisement, inequity, and rampant unemployment, youth were at the center of the violence following the 2007 Presidential elections. To begin to address the challenge of disaffected youth, USAID initiated its largest-ever youth program – Yes Youth Can!. Implemented by Mercy Corps and led by Kenyan youth, the Yes Youth Can! project is forging new ground in understanding and advancing youth inclusive democracy and governance.
Following the March 4th elections, please join us for a timely conversation on project, policy and comparative experiences, perspectives and lessons learned from Kenya in building youth inclusive democracies.
Follow @CSIS and #CSISLive for live updates
Programs
PACIFIC FORUM CSIS, PROJECT ON PROSPERITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Building Youth-Inclusive Democracies: Lessons from Kenya
International development policy
Image by CSIS: Center for Strategic & International Studies
In partnership with the International Youth Foundation
THURSDAY, MAR 14, 2013
A discussion with:
Earl Gast
Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Africa, U.S. Agency for International Development
Zipporah Maina
President, Cheptiret Youth Bunge
Silas Maru
President, National Youth Bunge Association
Sharon Morris
Director of Youth and Conflict Mitigation, Mercy Corps
Moderated by:
Nicole Goldin
Director, Youth Prosperity and Security Initative, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Thursday, March 14, 2013 3:00pm-4:30pm
B1 Conference Room, CSIS
1800 K. St. NW, Washington, DC 20006
Please RSVP to ppd@csis.org
Young people have historically been at the forefront of social and political movements. In Kenya, youth make up nearly 30% of the population, and are a source of great promise. Yet fueled by disenfranchisement, inequity, and rampant unemployment, youth were at the center of the violence following the 2007 Presidential elections. To begin to address the challenge of disaffected youth, USAID initiated its largest-ever youth program – Yes Youth Can!. Implemented by Mercy Corps and led by Kenyan youth, the Yes Youth Can! project is forging new ground in understanding and advancing youth inclusive democracy and governance.
Following the March 4th elections, please join us for a timely conversation on project, policy and comparative experiences, perspectives and lessons learned from Kenya in building youth inclusive democracies.
Follow @CSIS and #CSISLive for live updates
Programs
PACIFIC FORUM CSIS, PROJECT ON PROSPERITY AND DEVELOPMENT

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