ANYL4PSD organizes gatherings with leaders and decision makers to advance sustainable development agenda. We raise up the voices of youths, advocate increased youth participation in building peace and sustainable development. The main focus of our advocacy work is on the United Nations, as the resolutions and policies developed at the UN to establish a global benchmark for peace and sustainable development.

ANYL4PSD seeks to create global awareness of disaster risk reduction benefits and empower people to reduce their vulnerability. We campaign to create a Sustainable Peace Movement capable of mobilizing African States, the private sector, African artists and leaders, international organizations and actors of regional development, as well as NGOs and grassroots associations.

We support the Africa Union Campaign for Peace to raise public and youth awareness in particular, the role that each can play in building and consolidating peace and non-violence in everyday life.

We are committed to build strong coalitions and partnerships for peacebuilding and sustainable development among youth, civil society, private sector, governments and universities.

We promote the contribution of African culture to dialogue and reconciliation. This requires strengthening relations between Education and Culture to build effective education and training pathways. We promote scientific cooperation and diplomacy for the sharing of cross-border resources and raise awareness on the role of cosmogonies and traditional knowledge and indigenous know-how for sustainable development.

We promote the contribution of African culture to dialogue and reconciliation. This requires strengthening relations between Education and Culture to build effective education and training pathways. We promote scientific cooperation and diplomacy for the sharing of cross-border resources and raise awareness on the role of cosmogonies and traditional knowledge and indigenous know-how for sustainable development.

We advocate for the development of employment-friendly green and blue economies for all, especially the youth; the use of ICTs and the media and to promote models for the future of African youth; the role of girls and women in African society as guardians of values and promote gender equality among young people.

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