Man Up Campaign Youth Leaders at the UN CSW 63 share their projects and dialogue on accomplishing the SDGs
Man Up Campaign continues to engage youth and represent their interests gender-equality and ending gender-based violence at the in the 63rd Annual Conference on the Status of Women at the United Nations HQ in New York City. Man Up Campaign representatives participated in key panels on sponsors on a panel on the importance of Integration of Mental Health, Preventing Sexual Harassment, and carried on dialogues how to accomplish the 2030 SDGs.
They extended and deepened ties from youth from around the world sharing their projects and the Man Up Campaign G-SMART engagement framework. Geraldine Byrne Nason, Permanent Representative of Ireland and currently chairing the CSW, in her introductory remarks to the CSW, calls on all governments to not only read them but to bring them into policy discussions and negotiations.
Youth Leaders urged political leaders and senior UN officials to make firm commitments that safeguard and improve access to social protection, public services and sustainable infrastructure for women and girls, including young women and girls, worldwide. Equally important, they said, was to engage young people in shaping the solutions that affect their lives. Read More about the Youth Dialogue