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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Kingdom Of The Netherlands, Meets PM Modi, Says Netherlands Keen to Invest in India

PM Modi Meets Netherlands PM Mark Rutte at the Hyderabad House, New Delhi

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CFP: Global environmental change in the Himalayas: Controversies, Impacts, Futures

International conference: Global environmental change in the Himalayas: Controversies, Impacts, Futures

6-8 November 2015, New Delhi, India

A prediction by the IPCC that glaciers would disappear from the Himalayas by 2035 produced considerable public concern, followed by controversy over its accuracy and finally it was shown to be erroneous. This perceived crisis followed in the line of several previous narratives such as “Himalayan environmental degradation”. On the one hand, such controversies point to the importance of the Himalayan region in the context of Global environmental change; but they also show how these controversies are exacerbated by insufficient understanding of the Himalayas. To develop such an understanding we require scientific collaboration, research methods that complement each other and an explicit integration of the human dimension in any discussion of environmental change in the South Asian mountain belt. Further, it is important to identify ongoing and potential impacts of these changes in terms of human-environmental interactions, natural hazards, non-equilibrium ecology and socio hydrology. Building on an identification of potential impacts, it is important to examine future scenarios that include a discussion of response pathways and possible adaptation strategies. The conference will start with a unique exhibition on “repeat terrestrial photography” that identifies changes of glaciers, vegetation, land use and urban development in the Himalayas. This conference aims to bring together scholars, researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines to share their findings and to intensively exchange on the multifaceted topic. It will offer an opportunity for establishing sustainable research networks, joint publications and collective fieldwork.

We invite presentations related to themes such as, but not limited to:
Historical records of climate change, remote sensing of environmental change, direct and indirect impacts of climate change, human development in the Himalayas, socio-hydrology and changes in the cryosphere.

Please submit abstracts of 200 words by 31st August 2015 through our online platform at

https://econsort.ugent.be/regis.asp?frm=1573

The conference is being organised by Heidelberg University with financial support from the German House for Research and Innovation – DWIH, New Delhi.

Dr. Ravi Baghel

Postdoctoral Researcher, Cluster of Excellence: Asia & Europe
Heidelberg University, Germany | Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
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SDGs, EE and India, 5 Year Plan… Children

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

As the SDG process makes ready for the report to the GA in the Fall, India is a rapidly growing economy with a five year plan to address some of their many challenges.  Here is an article that provides a good overview pointing out all for the first time, this generation of children know environmental education.  However green they may be but this article raises the question about using children to not only sell the green agenda but sell products for the private sector.  What is missing in the SDG overviews + mandates regarding EE and preparing society?
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
Co-Chairs UN SD Education Caucus

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 Cattle Mettle – Help us participate in World Forestry Congress!

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Greetings from Cattle Mettle! We are working towards establishing a sustainable supply chain of produces from forest to feed our increasing cattle population. Please go through the link to know more about our initiative and support us by liking and sharing your thoughts. We would love to hear your comments about our work. Your support could help us win Youth Speaker Entry to the World Forestry Congress.

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ICYO-Youth Information International Women’s Day special

 

International Women’s Day

We call on countries to “step it up” for gender equality -Message of Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women, for International Women’s Day 2015.

Mother, child and adolescent health high on Government agenda: Shri J P Nadda

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India’s largest network of urban and rural youth

We call on countries to “step it up” for gender equality

Message of Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women, for International Women’s Day 2015.

In 1995, at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, world leaders committed to a future where women are equal.

WM UN Women Pics image008 One hundred and eighty nine countries and 4,000 civil society organizations, attended the conference.

Women left Beijing with high hopes, with a well-defined path towards equality, and firm commitments at the highest level. Their hope was that we would see this by 2005.

Today, not one single country has achieved equality. It is more urgent than ever that we define – and stick to – a time frame.

There has been some progress in the last 20 years – although it has been slow and uneven.

Countries have narrowed the gender gap in education and some have even reached gender parity in school enrolment.

They have reduced the toll of maternal mortality and morbidity. Many more women survive pregnancy and childbirth than in 1995.

Many countries have created institutions that address gender inequality. Many have passed laws against gender-based discrimination. Many have made domestic violence a crime.

This is all good news.

And yet we are still a long way from achieving equality between men and women, boys and girls.

Implementation of good policies has been patchy. Allocation of the resources needed for effective implementation has been insufficient to fund women’s ministries, gender commissions, gender focal points, and gender-responsive budgeting.

For too many women, especially in the least-developed countries, not enough has changed.

In Africa, 70 per cent of crop production depends on women yet women still own only 2 per cent of the land.

Violence against women continues to blight lives in all countries of the world.

And no country has achieved gender equality.

Women need change and humanity needs change. This we can do together; women and girls, men and boys, young and old, rich and poor.

The evidence is overwhelming of the benefits that equality can bring. Economies grow, poverty is alleviated, health status climbs, and communities are more stable and resilient to environmental or humanitarian crises.

Women want their leaders to renew the promises made to them. They want leaders to recommit to the Beijing Declaration, to the Platform for Action, and to accelerated and bolder implementation.

They want more of their leaders to be women. And they want those women, together with men, to dare to change the economic and political paradigms. Gender parity must be reached before 2030, so that we avert the sluggish trajectory of progress that condemns a child born today to wait 80 years before they see an equal world.

Today, on International Women’s Day, we call on countries to “step it up” for gender equality, with substantive progress by 2020. Our aim is to reach ‘Planet 50:50’ before 2030.

The world needs full equality in order for humanity to prosper.

Empower women, empower humanity. I am sure you can picture an equal world!

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The health of women, young adults and children is central to the governance agenda the Government and it is not just the concern of the global community. Reaffirming the commitment of the government towards meeting the health needs of mothers, adolescents and children, the Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Shri J P Nadda stated this at the inauguration of the two day Global Stakeholders’ Consultation to update the strategy for health of Woman, Children and Adolescents- “Every Woman, Every Child”, held in New Delhi on 26th March 2015. The global consultation is being hosted by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare along with UN Secretary General’s Office, WHO, Partnership for Maternal, New born & Child Health (PMNCH) and others.

Pointing that improved health outcomes are an economic and social investment which is an integral part for a robust and thriving economy, the Health Minister pointed out that India has made substantial progress on several indicators in the recent years. The under-five mortality rate has come down by over 61 per cent between 1990 and 2013; the neonatal mortality rate has registered a 47 per cent decline between 1990 and 2013, while the maternal mortality indicators have shown reduction of nearly 70 per cent between 1990 and 2013. He stated that India is geared to achieve its targets for both MGD 4 and 5.

Shri Nadda stated that drawing on the lessons learned through the implementation of various targeted programmes under the NHM, existing traditional areas of work have been strengthened and newer focus areas have been identified. India has moved from its earlier focus on Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) to a new strategic approach, the RMNCH+A, focusing attention on all the life stages including adolescents. This new approach emphasizes inter-linkages between each of the five pillars under RMNCH+A, and connects community and facility based services.

Speaking at the occasion, Ms Amina Mohammed, Special Advisor to UN Secretary General said that while tremendous progress has been made during the last decade on several indicators of mother, child and adolescent health, much remains to be done. There is need for deepening and strengthening partnerships between various stakeholders for achieving the goals for a sustainable development agenda. Emerging economies have an important role to play within this framework of partnership, she added.

The updated 2015 Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health seeks to inform the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda with a vision to ensure that by 2030 every woman, child, and adolescent can realize their potential and right to attain the highest level of health and wellbeing, dignity and human security. The new Global Strategy, set to be released at the UN General Assembly in September alongside the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will provide a roadmap for improving the health of women, children and adolescents between 2016 and 2030.

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ICYO functions as an umbrella organization of youth NGOs in India. It’s family consists of over 441 organizations spread in 124 districts of 26 states from different corners of India. Our goal:

ü  To improve and extend the youth work and services through Youth Organizations;

ü  To enhance and demonstrate youth work in the society;

ü  To promote effective youth programmme;

ü  To organize network of civil society organizations working towards the development of youth work;

ü  To organize seminars, conferences, workshops, trainings;

ü  To maintain international relation with organizations promoting young people in their programme and activities

Affiliation

ü  Consultative (Roster) Status with ECOSOC, United Nations;

ü  Consultative Status with Commission on Sustainable Development;

ü  Full Member of Asian Youth Council (AYC); World Assembly of Youth (WAY);

ü  Associate with Foundation for Leadership Initiatives (FLI).

 

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ICYO-Youth Information NCC Republic Day Camp Inaugurated by Mohd Hamid Ansari, Vice President of India

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Mohd  Hamid Ansari, Vice President of India, Inaugurates NCC Republic Day  Camp

Vice President of India  Mohd Hamid Ansari has urged the National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadets to protect and  promote pluralism in our society which has given a unique, composite national  identity that is a source of envy for the rest of the world. Inaugurating the  NCC Republic Day Camp – 2015, in New Delhi on 8th January 2015, he  said the National Cadet Corps sets a shining example of national integration and  communal harmony. He said every society has fault lines based on social,  economic and political differences and we are no exception. We are still facing  challenges of poverty and underdevelopment on one hand and communalism,  casteism, linguistic and regional chauvinism on the other, he added. The Vice  President said that the duty of a good citizen is to remain true to the  constitutional principles of liberty, equality, fraternity and justice for  all.

The Vice President  complimented the efforts of National Cadet Corps, the largest uniformed  organization in grooming the youth of the country and its contribution towards  “Nation Building’. He also mentioned that NCC is and would be in the vanguard of  all activities of our youth helping to channelize into a creative force to usher  in social changes through spectrum of activities that are a powerful instrument  for spreading awareness in society at the grass root level.

Earlier, on his arrival,  the Vice President was received by the Director General, Lt Gen  AniruddhaChakravarty.2070 Cadets including 707 girl cadets drawn from 17 NCC  Directorates covering all the States and Union Territories of the country are  participating in this camp.

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Indian  Committee of Youth Organizations (ICYO) is a registered non-profit,  non-governmental network organization, committed in developing areas of mutual  cooperation and understanding among different youth voluntary agencies, youth  groups, clubs and individuals working in the field of youth welfare in  India.

ICYO  functions as an umbrella organization of youth NGOs in India. It’s family  consists of over 550 organizations spread in 124 districts of 26 states from  different corners of India. Our  goal:

ü   To  improve and extend the youth work and services through Youth  Organizations;

ü   To  enhance and demonstrate youth work in the society;

ü   To  promote effective youth programmme;

ü   To  organize network of civil society organizations working towards the development  of youth work;

ü   To  organize seminars, conferences, workshops, trainings;

ü   To  maintain international relation with organizations promoting young people in  their programme and activities

Affiliation

ü   Consultative  (Roster) Status with ECOSOC, United Nations;

ü   Consultative  Status with Commission on Sustainable Development;

ü   Full  Member of Asian Youth Council (AYC); World Assembly of Youth (WAY);

ü   Associate  with Foundation for Leadership Initiatives  (FLI).

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ICYO-Youth Information Youth Information from ICYO< India – March 2015

Gandhian  Way to Peac: Workshop  on Education for Peace through Story  Telling held Youth  Policy

Skill  Development and Employment are major Challenges: Economic Survey

Self  Employment and Talent Utilization (SETU) to be Established

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Platform  of Youth Organizations in India

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Gandhian  Way to Peace

Workshop  on

Education  for Peace through Story Telling

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Peace  Building happens to be one of the most critical issues today in our society.  With the amount of exposure to Violence that we have started witnessing in daily  lives and society at large, what it means to inculcate the values of Peace in  our children? How to make them understand the fundamental principles of Love,  Kindness & Humanity? The challenge here is what tools could be used in an  assertive and affirmative way to safeguard our children from the active &  passive violence which has gripped our society. How to develop their ability and  courage to help them identify right or wrong, black or white, love or hatred in  their day to day lives based on which they are equipped to take sound decisions.

Initiated  by the South Asia Peace Alliance, Indian Committee of Youth Organizations (ICYO)  partner ‘Young Experimenters Group’ and Indian Society for community Education,  Ahmedabad had organized workshop in Peace Education.

This  was led by Dr. S. Kulandaisamy. His mission is to touch young minds and  introduce with them Gandhian thoughts & culture through Peace Education. It  is his strong belief that peace & Harmony can be ushered into this troubled  and violence driven world by practicing the ‘Gandhian Way of Life’. As a full  time mission through Gandhi Peace Foundation, Madras; he organizes “All  Religious Prayers or Sarva Dharma Prarthana” and courses on “Inter Religious  Understandings & Appreciation” and also conducts workshops on Peace  Education with an aim to empower the youth with Exploring Alternatives to  Violence and Resolving Conflicts by undertaking Micro-Actions for  Peace.

During  the workshop, facilitated a dialogue with the participants and understand about  the challenges that they face in imparting peace education, which was followed  by interactive sessions on way to initiate dialogue with children by Questioning  method. In another session a group discussion initiated on the seven values that  were highlighted for peace education. They were

Meditation                         Satyagraha              Self-reliance            Humility                  Self-restraint                               Courage                  Sarvodaya

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Dr.Kulandhaisamy  emphasized importance of above values and need for each educator should imbibe.  Then there was a session on Orientation in the Methodology of Imparting the  Values.

The  same was taken forward through introduction of the Story from book  “Gandhian Way to Peace”,  “Gicha” the main character was  introduced. How Gicha used his intelligence to discover simple solutions and  used tools in day to day life to overcome the dilemmas of society. The  illustrative framework and the way in which our basic challenges are fabricated  together in the book through medium of short stories, helped participants with  the insights.

Then  the participants prepared a skit based on one of the stories from the book and  enacted them in front of other groups. It was a moment of great fun, excitement  and learning. Also in the end they had to innovate and link their individual  experiences through a story to help them connect deeper with the life of Gicha  wherein they themselves may have transformed into Gicha. In an another  presentation participants were encouraged to come up with their stories based on  those values.

Participants  of the workshop are eager to take forward the message of the workshop to  children. Encouraged by the response organizers plan to organize workshop in  different places. For more details write to secretariat.sapa@gmail.com  or to icyoindia@gmail.com

Youth  Policy  

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports  Shri Sarbananda Sonowal has informed the Parliament (Loki Sabha) on 24 February  2015 that the Government of India has formulated a new National Youth Policy  (NYP) – 2014. The salient features of the National Youth Policy-2014,  are as under:

(i)                   The  National Youth Policy 2014 defines the age of youth as persons between the age  15-29 years.

(ii)   The National Youth Policy 2014  seeks to define the vision of the Government of India for the youth of the  country and identify the key areas in which action is required to enable youth  development and to provide a framework for action for all  stakeholders.

(iii)   The Policy identifies eleven  specific priority areas for action, as under:

•       Education.

•      Employment and  Skill Development.

•       Entrepreneurship.

•      Health and  Healthy Lifestyle.

•       Sports.

•      Promotion of  Social Values.

•      Community  Engagement.

•      Participation in  Politics and Governance.

•      Youth  Engagement.

•       Inclusion.

•      Social  Justice.

Shri  Sonowal said, the National Youth Policy also outlines the future imperatives of  each of the above priority areas. The action for implementation of the Policy is  required to be taken by concerned Ministries/Departments from their own  budgetary allocations.  No separate  funds have been allocated for implementation of the Policy. Ministry of MSME is  implementing Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs), Industrial  Motivation Campaigns (IMCs), Entrepreneurship and Skill Development Programmes  (ESDPs) and Management Development Programmes (MDPs) Scheme for Skill  Development for employment and self employment.

Skill  Development and Employment are major Challenges: Economic Survey  

There  is a dual challenge of developing skills and utilizing them in a proper way. The  Economic Survey 2014-15 has stated that as per the Labour Bureau Report 2014,  the present skilled workforce in India is only 2 percent, which is much lower  when compared to the developing nations. As per the report, the number persons  aged 15 years who have received or be receiving skills is merely 6.8 percent.

The  Economic Survey 2014-15 stated that as per the National Skill Development  Corporation there is a need of 120 million skilled people in the non-farm sector  for the period 2013-14. Dearth of formal vocational education, lack of vide  variation quality, high school dropout rates, inadequate skill training  capacity, negative perception towards skilling, and lack of industry ready  skills even in processional courses are the major cause of poor skill levels of  India’s workforce. Some recent initiatives that aim to enhance access, equality,  quality, innovation in the area of higher and vocational education are the  Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan, Technical Education Quality Improvement  Programme, and National Skill Qualification Framework.

A  dedicated Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship has been created  under the Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and  Sports to accord focused attention in this area. The Deen Dayal Upadhyaya  Grameen Koushalya Yojana for poor rural youth and Nai Manzil for education and  skill development of minority dropouts have also been set up.

The  Economic Survey has shown the cause for concern is the deceleration in the  compound annual growth rate of employment during 2004-05 to 2011-12 to 0.5  percent from 2.8 percent during 1999-2000 to 2004-05 as against growth rate of  2.9 percent and 0.4 percent respectively in the labour force for the same  periods.

There  have also been structural changes to the share of primary sector in total  employment has dipped below the halfway mark while employment in secondary and  tertiary sectors have shown a considerable increase. Self-employment continues  to dominate, with a 52.2 percent share in total employment with significant  share of workers engaged in low-income-generation activities, the Economic  Survey added.

The  Economic Survey also observed that there are other issues of concern like poor  employment growth in rural areas, particularly among women. In order to improve  generation of productive employment under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural  Employment Guarantee Act, the Intensive and Participatory Planning Exercise has  been initiated to prepare the labour budget for financial year 2015-16 in  selected 2500 backward blocks using participatory rural appraisal technique.

The  Economic Survey 2014-15 has concluded that a major impediment to the pace of  quality employment generation in India is the small share of manufacturing in  total employment. However, data from the 68th NSSO round (2011-12) indicates a  revival in employment growth in manufacturing from 11 percent in 2009-10 to 12.6  percent in 2011-12. This is significant given that the National Manufacturing  Policy 2011 has set a target of creating 100 million jobs by 2022. Promoting  growth of micro, small, and medium enterprises is critical from the perspective  of job creation which has been recognized as a prime mover of the development  agenda in India.

Self  Employment and Talent Utilization (SETU) to be Established  

Government  has announced the setting up of a Self- Employment and Talent Utilisation (SETU)  mechanism. Presenting the General Budget 2015-16 in the Lok Sabha on  28th February 2015, the Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley  stated that SETU will be a Techno-Financial, Incubation and Facilitation  Programme to support all aspects of start up businesses, and other  self-employment activities, particularly in technology-driven areas. An amount  of Rs.1000 crore is being set up initially in NITI Aayog for SETU.

Shri  Jaitley stated that “we are now seeing a growing interest in start-ups.  Experimenting in cutting edge technologies, creating value out of ideas and  initiatives and converting them into scalable enterprises and businesses is at  the core of our strategy for engaging our youth and for inclusive and  sustainable growth of the country.” He said concerns such as a more liberal  system of raising global capital, incubation facilities in our Centres of  Excellence, funding for seed capital and growth, and ease of Doing Business etc  need to be addressed to create lakh of jobs and hundreds of billion dollars in  value. The Minister said, with this objective in mind, SETU is being set up.

Youth  Information is published by Indian Committee of  Youth Organizations (ICYO) 194-A,  Arjun Nagar, Safdarjang Enclave New  Delhi 110029, India Phone:  91 9811729093  / 91 11 26183978/ 91 11 26198423 Emailicyoindia@gmail.com  

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ICYO  functions as an umbrella organization of youth NGOs in India. It’s family  consists of over 441 organizations spread in 124 districts of 26 states from  different corners of India. Our  goal:

ü   To  improve and extend the youth work and services through Youth  Organizations;

ü   To  enhance and demonstrate youth work in the society;

ü   To  promote effective youth programmme;

ü   To  organize network of civil society organizations working towards the development  of youth work;

ü   To  organize seminars, conferences, workshops, trainings;

ü   To  maintain international relation with organizations promoting young people in  their programme and activities

Affiliation

ü   Consultative  (Roster) Status with ECOSOC, United Nations;

ü   Consultative  Status with Commission on Sustainable Development;

ü   Full  Member of Asian Youth Council (AYC); World Assembly of Youth (WAY);

ü   Associate  with Foundation for Leadership Initiatives  (FLI).

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