On this site you will find links to a number of international youth programs including Heart in Action, the Utah Peace Institute, and the United Nations Environment Program Youth Program. Ther is also a link to the new Global Healing Forum with a special section for youth to share their ideas and opintions. Please send us a message below and let us know of ideas or other youth program we should know about. Check out the Wild Divine Computer game, a game that combiines mythology, biofeedback, and learning skills to be more effective, and more peaceful in your world. Decisons being made by political leaders today will have the most impact on youth, so youth need to get involved so they help shape the world too. We look forward to your return to this site for updates.
Critics' Picks: 'Princess Mononoke'Last Updated on 2009-06-23 00:00:00
Video Library Player: Critics' Picks: 'Princess Mononoke'
A. O. Scott looks at Hayao Miyazaki's animated film, "Princess Mononoke," which deals with anxieties around global warming and environmental catastrophes.
SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE, SAYS WITH HALF THE WORLD’S POPULATION UNDER AGE 25,Last Updated on 2009-01-30 00:00:00
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SECRETARY-GENERAL, IN MESSAGE, SAYS WITH HALF THE WORLD’S POPULATION UNDER AGE 25,
YOUNG PEOPLE ‘CAN AND MUST’ PLAY CENTRAL ROLE IN OVERCOMING GLOBAL CHALLENGES
Following is the text of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s message to the conference of the Committee on Teaching about the United Nations, as delivered by Kiyo Akasaka, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, in New York, today:
It is a pleasure to greet all the participants in this timely and important conference.
Education is critical if individuals are to reach their potential, and if communities and nations are to live in harmony and achieve long-term well-being.
This is an exciting time to promote the cause of... More »
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