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UNCCD youth call to action

The Youth for Land - Protecting Our Legacy, Securing Our Future campaign is a movement inspired and driven by the passion and commitment of young people worldwide as we face multiple environmental challenges. The 30th anniversary of the UNCCD, Desertification and Drought Day 2024 and UNCCD COP16 present an urgent call to action, with the theme “United for Land. Our Legacy. Our Future.”

UNCCD youth call to action
UNCCD youth engagement strategy

This Youth Engagement Strategy (YES) requested by the Parties to the UNCCD, with its comprehensive vision, guiding principles and strategic objectives, is a blueprint for action and serves as a roadmap for youth’s role as a key stakeholder in land stewardship. It articulates a future where young people are not only participants but agents of change in shaping the policies that affect their…

UNCCD youth engagement strategy
Children and the UNCCD (booklet and workbook)

A beautiful booklet about land and the environment, full of pictures and brief explanations about the importance of caring for our lands. It comes with a beautifully designed workbook which encourages the children to paint, colour, draw, write brief stories, solve puzzles and so much more. It also provides users the possibilities to connect with other children from around…

Children and the UNCCD (booklet and workbook)
Food Systems Summit action guide 6: Engaging youth in nature-positive food production

Many of the world’s 1.2 billion youth (between 15-24 years) work, formally or informally, in food production - growing, harvesting, or processing. Yet young people are consistently among the least food and nutritionally secure in many societies: poorly or often unpaid, marginalized, or subject to abusive lead work relationships. Today’s young generation is the largest in history…

Food Systems Summit action guide 6: Engaging youth in nature-positive food production