lOOKING BEYOND DISASTER: UNESCO YOUTH FORUM
Here’s a great chance for young people (15-24) to get involved in the rebuild of Christchurch. It’s an all-day event on May 14th at the Rudolf Steiner School, 19 Omberseley Terrace in Opawa it will be followed by live music and BBQ. The outcome will be forwarded to the Council, CERA, and other upcoming youth forums.
This is a great opportunity to for young people to feel and get actively involved in the Rebuild of Christchurch.
Please go to planetreg.com to register your details.
This event is one of several youth focused workshops and seminars that are being held over time in Christchurch to engage young people in the decision-making process and capture the variety of perspectives.
Timetable: May 14th
10-1020: Welcome & introduction
1020-1100: Speaker 1
1100-1120: Morning tea
1120-1200: Speaker 2
1200-1230: Briefings + Q&A session
1.30-3.30: Collaboration cafe sessions
3.30 -4.30pm: Plenary fedback & where to next
4.30-7pm: Music & BBQ
The event has been designed to be fluid enough so that issues can be explored more deeply if that is the wish of the gathering. An ambassadorial group will attend the second day of the City Council facilitated community expo at the CBS Arena on Sunday 15 May between 10am & 5pm.
The expo is where the people of Christchurch can start sharing their ideas for the redevelopment of our city’s earthquake-damaged CBD. Following this day long workshop is ”Youth Vision 2050″ – 20-22 May – attendees receive a free ticket to TEDxEQCHCH. Spaces are limited. Event produced by One Christchurch and Social Innovation.
Get involved – find out more from firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 082 363 57