ICT for development and YOUNG PEOPLE engagement in POST 2015

Google-Hangouts-logoBynd2015 Nepal Hub is an official hub for the BYND2015 processes affiliated to International Telecommunication Union (ITU) which aims to engage young people in decision and policy making processes and other relative activities regarding Post 2015 Agenda. In context of Nepal, youth are quite familiar with the use of ICT but we lack the platform to raise our voice and incorporate our visions for development. Acknowledging the lack of youth involvement in such processes we have initiated BYND2015 Nepal Hub to bridge the vision of young people and decision of world leaders. To discuss about how ICT can enhance the development processes and why young people engagement is vital for POST 2015 agenda, BYND2015 Nepal Hub in collaboration with ITU, UNCSD MGCY, The World We Want and Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal, is organizing Google Hangout which will be hosted in two major cities of Nepal (Pokhara and Kathmandu).
1. ICT and Post 2015, Representative-ITU
2. Young People and POST 2015, Representative-The World We Want
3. Young people engagement from Nepal, Representative-BYND2015 Nepal Hub
When and Where?
Date: 28 August 2013
Time: 2:15 pm (Nepali Time) | 10:30 am (Geneva Time)
Location: Nepal Connection, Mandala Street, Thamel

How to Join?
You need to install Google Hangout in your computer or you can also do it via your android  phone.
You need to have your Google account and send in your email id to kabitagautam1@gmail.com.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cibj23eq9f6q9vhhr97dl738np8?authkey=CKHG6aGKjPXAOw[Note: High speed internet is a must and when you enter the hangout you need to mute your mic for voice clarity.]

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