Third African University on Youth Development: Day Three

January 12th, 2012 11:44 am

The formal approach to the youth work begins – we have identified the goals, benefits and key elements of the theme.  In the afternoon we had a chance to see a bit of Santa Maria – the closest town to the resort. The workshops organized by the participants were held in a local library to give us an insight into the local conditions. Thanks to an extremely various background we come from it was possible to approach issues such as advocacy, communication, strategic planning and monitoring from the different angles. As always the time was tight and the problems that were not possible to present during the workshop, were analyzed in a more informal way while walking along the beach.


Pawel is working for WSCF as the Editor-in-Chief of the European Region’s publication ‘Mozaik’. He is studying Global Environmental Governance at the Free University in Amsterdam. He is representing WSCF at the week long Third African University on Youth Development in Cape Verde. We will continue to post his blog about his time there. 

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