What future do you want?

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20 Décembre 2012

2012 has been a year full of initiatives aiming to create a better world, a more equal and just world, a world where poverty is a history and thereworld we want is a bright new beginning.  The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts has joined the campaign for the World We Want by having delegations of young women sharing their voices and priorities for the better world at important events, by running new campaigns and helping to build the vision of the World We Want for Girls. With the Millennium Development Goals' (MDGs) deadline expiring in 2015, 2013 will be even busier. Here is what you can still do in 2012 and take your amazing work further to 2013.

WAGGGS, as a member of the International Steering Committee of the Global Youth Forum applauds the hard work of 900 participants and 2000 virtual participants who contributed to this Outcome Document. 10 young women-strong delegation of WAGGGS brought a different perspective and added value to the forum with particular focus on the three of the five key themes of the Forum, namely comprehensive education, transitions to decent employment for youth and fully inclusive civic participation. WAGGGS delegates acted as facilitators and rapporteurs for the above mentioned themes and two of our delegates, Nefeli Themeli from Greek Guiding Association and Pippa Gardner from Girlguiding UK presented the recommendations for the Comprehensive education and Leadership and civil participation. Read the blog by the delegates.

The Outcome document will feed into the ICPD+20 review process and shaping of the post-2015 development agenda.

  • Join the e-consultation on Young People and Inequalities in the post-2015 development agenda. The discussion is co-moderated by UNICEF, Restless Development, World Vision International and UN Volunteers. The discussion will run until 18 January 2013. Michelle Alvarez from Girl Scouts of the Philippines is co-moderating the session the week of 17-21 December. Your voice is important and will count! Join the discussion here.

 

  • Download and use the  “Call to Action” paper  – One million actions to create the world we want for girls – a 2012 International Day of the Girl project from the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. It  provides the results and analysis of the World Association’s IDG activities and survey, including some insights into what issues girls’ are most concerned about and the solutions they want to prioritise. 

 

  • Vote for the changes that would make the most difference to your world at My World 2015 website – a new initiative developed by the UN Millennium Campaign, Overseas Development Institute and the World Wide Web Foundation. WAGGGS is among the partners supporting this important initiative. From now until 2015, you can help define the next set of global goals by telling about the changes that you would like to see in the world. MY World is a global survey asking you to choose your priorities for a better world. Results will be shared with world leaders in setting the next global development agenda. Please fill in and disseminate widely!

 

  • Follow the World we Want 2015 online platform to be in the loop of post-2015 developments and contribute to thematic consultations and online discussions. Global Thematic Consultation on Education is running now!

 

  • Stay tuned and watch our for new information in the New Year at WAGGGS website