The 4th edition of the International Advocacy Campaign "10 Days of Activism"

The World We All Want


The World We All Want



Thursday, September 20, 2012

10 Days of Activism at a glance

More than one week has passed since the 10 Days of Activism Campaign mobilized young people around the world, under the theme “Nothing for Us Without Us”. They joined efforts and raised their voice regarding their needs and rights that are critical to a rights-based, youth centered agenda at the national and global level.

From 1st to 10th September, young people were active on the field and they sent daily updates that were all gathered on the website and widely promoted on social media platforms.
Even after 10th of September, they were very active in sending short
updates, photos and videos. In the upcoming weeks, they will be working on final reports.

For now, at a first glance, 10 Days of Activism 2012 means:

We want to address a sincere thank you to all those who contributed to this campaign:
         - UNFPA for support
         - 10 DoA Partners & Supporters: 

  • Advocates for Youth
  • Afryian
  • ASTRA Youth
  • Restless Development 
  • Women Deliver 
  • YouAct
  • Youth Coalition

        - Communication Focal Points of the 42 countries and their amazing teams of young activists
       - Y-PEER PETRI Sofia fellow Peter Mladenov from Bulgaria who offered very valuable help 
       - Campaign's official designer Said Sansal from Algeria
       - Task Force and volunteers who helped with translation, reports compiling and video editing: Ali Karakas - Turkey, Zahra Benyahia  - Algeria, Tala Kabbani - Syria, Samah Salah - Sudan, Dareen Layle - Jordan, Mohammad Shbeeb - Syria, Qaisar Roonjha - Pakistan, Mayssa Rekhis  - Tunisia, Huda Shafig - Sudan, Jamshid Kayumov - Uzbekistan, Olesya Kochkina - Russia, Jovana Vuković - B&H, Jamana Al-zadjali - Oman. 

With warm regards,
10 Days of Activism Coordinators

Check out the planned activities from 42 countries

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