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World Youth Conference MĂŠxico 2010 Third Meeting International Committee

Agreements of the second session

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Agreements of the second session Agreement

Status

Third session to be held in Monterrey, Nuevo León.

It was changed to the new venue of the Conference, which is León, Guanajuato.

Cristina Martin (UNDP and the UN Volunteers Program) offered her support to coordinate efforts and work withallthe WYC 2010 To send information of the WYC Volunteers Program. to the countries.

She has been working with Dagmar Schumacher (Associated Director of the Volunteers Program).

Khaled Khiari, Tunisia’s Minister of Youth and Physical Education, affirmed that, in the context of the International Year of Youth, it is important to link the WYC 2010 to the UN Youth Conference to be held in

A proposal for its discussion will be presented today.

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The Note Verbale was sent to the 192 countries members of UN.


Agreements of the second session

Nicola Shepard, the UN Focal Point on Youth sent this e mail: As you are aware, as the UN Focal Point on Youth for the UN, the UN Programme on Youth chairs the coordination mechanism within the UN for Youth, The UN Inter Agency Network on Youth Development. I do this work side-by-side with my 2010 Co-Chair UNESCO which is represented by Golda El-Khoury. In order to support the organizers of the World Youth Conference, at the 2nd WYC Int'l Committee meeting I offered to coordinate all of the inputs from the UN system to the 1st draft of the declaration and this offers was graciously accepted. Unfortunately, this is not reflected in the minutes and the agreements and I would greatly appreciate it if this could be added. This

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World Youth Conference MĂŠxico 2010 General Overview of the Program

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General Agenda GENERAL AGENDA FOR THE WYC2010 Monday - 23rd Schedule

NGO Global Meeting

Global Interactive Forum

8:30 - 9:00

Registration

9:00 - 9:30

Opening event

Tuesday - 24th NGO Global Meeting

Global Interactive Forum

2nd Keynote Conference: Gender

9:30 - 10.00

1st Keynote Conference: Youth

Wednesday - 25th Governments Forum

Legislators Forum

Global Interactive Forum

Legislators Forum

Global Interactive Forum

Governments Forum

Legislators Forum

5th Keynote Conference: Youth

Continental Diagnosis

Continental Diagnosis

Continental Diagnosis

10:30 - 11:00

Conclusions delivery of the Legislators Forum (45 min + 15 of assignation)

Keynote Conference

11:00 - 11:15

Assignation of places for the participants in the halls

11:15 - 11.30

Assignation of places for the participants in the halls

11:30 - 11.45 Work in the 12 halls according to the 12 thematic axes of the WYC

11:45 - 12:00

Installation of the Executive Board

12:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

Governments Forum

Friday - 27th

Inaugural act of the Governments Forum (10 min) Official Inauguration: President of Inauguration of 4th Keynote Conference: Human Mexico the Legislators Rights UN Forum representative Prominent Youngster

Continental Diagnosis

10:00 - 10:30

Thursday - 26th

Work in the 12 halls according to the 12 thematic axes of the WYC

Thematic Panels: International Migration

Thematic Panels: Gender Equality

Presentation of work implements in the Governments Forum

Thematic Panels: Human Security, Social Justice and Human Rights

Plenary session of the 1st World Youth Forum of Legislators2010

Work in the thematic tables and elaboration of the conclusions of the legislators

National reports on subjects to be included in the Declaration document

Final presentation of the Declaration Thematic Panels: Presentation of Technology and the agenda of Innovation the International Year of Youth

Forum Conclusions

13:00 - 13:30 LUNCH BREAK 13:30 - 15:00

LUNCH BREAK

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LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK


General Agenda 15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:00

Framework Conference: Role of Third Sector of youth for youth policies

Framework Conference: The youth perspective on the MDGs Thematic Panels: Poverty and Exclusion

Framework Conference: Led by UNDP National reports Thematic on subjects to Panels: Citizen be included in Participation and the Declaration Advocacy document

Thematic Panels: Health

16:00 - 16:30

16:30 - 17:00

Thematic Panels: Culture

Work in the 12 halls

12 governmental thematic work groups

17:30 - 18:00 Work in the 12 halls

18:30 - 19:00

19:30 - 20:00

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Closing Concert

Visit to the Global Interactive Forum

18:00 - 18:30

19:00 - 19:30

Gathering in the Global Interactive Forum

Presentation of the Folk Ballet of Amalia HernĂĄndez in the Palace of Fine Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes)

National reports on subjects to be included in the Declaration document

17:00 - 17:30

Thematic Panels: Employment

Closing ceremony of the Legislators Forum and of Official closing the World Youth ceremony of the Conference WYC

Approval of the position document and selection of the representative

Formal Dinner and Toast at the National Museum of Anthropology and History (Museo Nacional de AntropologĂ­a e Historia)

Results presentation of the work tables and final contributions to the Declaration

Dinner at the venue hotel

Dinner at the venue hotel


NGO Global Meeting

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Global Interactive Forum

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Government Forum

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Legislators Forum

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Conference Themes

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Conference Themes

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2010-2011 International Year of Youth “Dialogue and Mutual Understanding� Mexican Government strategy to promote the Declaration and Plan

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General Overview of WYC

Negotiations at UN NY • The Mexican representation at UN NY will summon its counterparts to announce the Draft Declaration before the Conference. • June: The Declaration Draft will be sent to the NY missions from each country. • First week of July: First dialogue meeting between NY missions to clarify any doubts about the Declaratory. • Second and third week of July: Feedback from the NY missions with the headquarters of each country. • Fourth week of July and first week of August: Second dialogue meeting with the NY missions for comments and suggestions.

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General Overview of WYC

Consultations • Before suggesting the design of an International Plan for Youth Development Cooperation, the opinion of the Governments of Portugal and Tunisia will be required. The former due to its experience in the Lisbon Declaration; the latter to know its position about leading the design and validation of the Plan at the Conference of 2011. • The UN World Programme of Action for Youth will also be consulted about the possibility and convenience of designing a Plan.

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World Youth Conference MĂŠxico 2010 Third Meeting International Committee

Declaration Project

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Declaration Project METHODOLOGY The Declaration Project is being elaborated with the participation of: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Youth Governments NGOs Youth experts

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Declaration Project METHODOLOGY The Declaration Project is being elaborated with the participation of: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Youth Governments NGOs Youth experts

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Declaration Project DECLARATION Elaboration Process

First Draft

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• International Committee • National Committee

Second Draft


Declaration Project Elaboration Process Steps: • American Preconference – Bahia, Brazil, May 25 - 27 • African Preconference – Abuja, Nigeria, June 3 - 4 • International Committee Third Meeting – León, Mexico, June 8 • 30 Youth Preconferences (Mexican states) – May & June • Online Consultation

Third Draft June

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Declaration Project Inputs of the Mexican Government Agencies The addition of a new topic: CULTURE • To have access and the right to culture. • To respect youth cultural expressions and diversity manifestations. • To guarantee the access and participation in cultural creation, respecting freedom of creation.

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Declaration Project Inputs of the Mexican Government Agencies EDUCATION • To design mechanisms for transparency and accountability in schools. • To incorporate education strategies in other development and poverty alleviation policies. GENDER • To promote the right to have a life free of violence for young women.

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Declaration Project Inputs of the Mexican Government Agencies SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT • To promote production and distribution of food at the local level and to encourage the food security for vulnerable sectors. • To enforce capacities of risk management along with civil protection preventive measures that could save young people´s lives in cases of natural disasters.

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Declaration Project First Draft reconsiderations PUBLIC POLICIES • To provide a high priority level to the full development of youth. • To enforce legal framework that guarantee the full development of youth with high priority. • To design, coordinate, implement and evaluate youth public policies with a comprehensive and cross-cutting approach. • To incorporate national, regional and international strategies and policies, including a multi-sector monitoring and evaluating system. Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Declaration Project Youth Inputs • 3250 young people participated in 22 Mexican states through: – State Preconferences – Online Consultation • Young people are contributing to the Declaration Project and to the Proposal of Youth Public Policy of Mexico.

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Declaration Project America´s Preconference Inputs – Brazil – To reinforce the commitment to the MDG related to youth. – To promote the World Programme of Action for Youth • Crosscutting youth policies in all sectors of the State. • To create a consistent monitoring and evaluating mechanism of the WYC agreements. – Request to countries to generate information about youth (age groups and gender) for every subject of the WYC, and/or produce an annual report about youth indicators.

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Declaration Project America´s Preconference Inputs – Brazil • To promote the Youth Rights Declaration and to guarantee the rights of young people. • Declaration structured by different actors (governments, legislators and civil society). • Requested the priority attention to vulnerable youth in poverty conditions, specially women, indigenous people and Afro-descendants, rural and other marginalized youth.

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Declaration Project Africa´s Preconference Inputs – Nigeria Two documents were elaborated: • Main consolidated comments from Africa on the Draft Declaration proposed for the World Youth Conference Mexico 2010. • Main African position on youth development.

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Declaration Project Africa´s Preconference Inputs – Nigeria • It can be an opportunity for the popularization of the African Youth Charter and the Decade on Youth (2009 - 2018). • It will create a global platform for the high – level advocacy in support and partnerships towards AUC led projects. • It will create an opportunity to advocate for the African Youth Trust Fund. • The declaration can be taken as a roadmap that: – Consolidates partnership and resource mobilization on progress in Africa towards MDGs with a youth perspective. – May adopt the AU decade on youth PoA as a framework for international cooperation on youth development in Africa. Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Declaration Project Africa´s Preconference Inputs – Nigeria 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

The eradication of poverty and inequality Competitive and quality education Employment Health information and services especially HIV/AIDS and STIs, maternal mortality and morbidity, malaria, drug abuse Conflict resolution, militancy and peace building The use of information and communication technologies to increase cooperation, development and solidarity Climate change mitigation Gender equity and equality and the elimination of all forms of discrimination The guaranteeing human, economic, social and cultural rights A comprehensive approach towards the migration phenomenon Strengthening meaningful and effective youth participation in decisions

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Declaration Project Things to Consider • To analyze and discuss the possibility to promote an International Declaration on Youth Rights. • To analyze and discuss the possibility of designing an International Plan for Youth Development that leads to coordinated efforts and to reinforce national and international youth policies.

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International Plan 2010-2011 International Year of Youth “Dialogue and Mutual Understanding� Towards an International Plan for Youth Development Cooperation Mexico proposes to analyze and design, at the UN General Assembly, an International Plan of Youth Development Cooperation

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International Plan Justification • The World Programme of Action for Youth needs to strength a mechanism that establishes specific commitments, goals and deadlines, indicators and management instruments. • The initiative to promote the design of an International Plan has been referred as the Bahía Paper and in the observations to the Strasbourg meeting. The World Programme of Action for Youth is a technical instrument for the implementation and monitoring of the political decisions contained in the World Youth Conference Declaration Mexico 2010

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International Plan Advantages of the Plan • The Plan, with the support of governments, will give the possibility that UN could establish a specific agency for youth that will harmonize the actions of the whole system on this subject. • The Plan allows to incorporate an amount of initiatives of governments, civil society and specialists that due to its nature of being a call for action will not be mentioned in the WYC Declaration. • The design of a long term plan through the International

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International Plan Steps to elaborate and launch the Plan 1) Mention in the WYC Declaration MĂŠxico 2010. 2) Consultation with Portugal to collect lessons learnt for the monitoring of the Declaration and the advantages of having a Plan. 3) Presentation of the initiative at the United Nations General Assembly for its analysis and valuation. 4) Creation of an international work group in charge of its design. 5) Enrichment through work groups in virtual platforms during the International Year of Youth. 6) Validation and launching at the World Youth Conference in

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World Youth Conference MĂŠxico 2010 Third Meeting International Committee

Government Forum

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Government Forum Objectives The World Youth Conference (WYC 2010) will be a meeting point for representatives of governments and civil society organizations 1. 2.

3. 4.

To share knowledge and experiences in youth and development assessments, policies, strategies and programs. To promote dialogue between civil society organizations and governments on comprehensive and cross-cutting youth and development policies, with the aim of addressing the needs and priorities of world youth. To promote the establishment of a mechanism for comprehensive follow-up on the youth agenda within the UN. To reach consensus around a declaration of governments that identifies, in a comprehensive fashion, priority actions on youth issues and development policies.

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Government Forum Call for participation • Is open to all UN member countries, and it will be in charge of the International Committee. • The Minister of Public Education sent official letters to the minister incharge on youth all over the world in october 2009. • In may 2010, a note verbale was sent by diplomatic channels, by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) of Mexico, with important information attached. • In the third week of June, the Minister of Public Education will send a second letter to all the Ministers in charge on youth.

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Government Forum Composition of official delegations • Recommendation of Official Delegations (Official Delegations should consist of a maximum of seven members. Each Official Delegation will have three seats in the plenary sessions of the Government Forum). • Head of delegation: The minister responsible for youth or the highest-level officer responsible for youth policy. • An expert in youth and development issues. • A representative of a non-government organization or a youth network or council. (This is independent from the selection process of the two NGO that will participate at the Social Forum) . • Four official representatives. • The participation cost of each Official Delegation must be covered by their corresponding countries. Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Government Forum Accreditation The formal accreditation procedure for Official Delegations at the 2010 WYC, will be via note verbale through the permanent missions of Mexico in New York, Geneva, Embassies in Mexico and/or Mexican embassies. In addition, it is necessary to apply the registration form through the URL: http://www.youth2010.org/registro/Youth_2010/ministros2010/ This will allow the organizers to get the information they need to assist the participants in the best way possible. For any doubt or additional information, we created the next email address: confirmation@youth2010.org.

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Government Forum

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Government Forum

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Government Forum National Connection State Preconferences • 22 preconferences have been carried out in Mexico. • More than three thousand young people from all over the country (approximately 150 young men and women from each state) have participated. • We counted with the participation of more than 200 NGOs. • A document of conclusions emerged from this events and a representative was chosen for the WYC 2010.

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Government Forum State Preconferences State

State

State

Date of the Preconference

Aguascalientes

San Luis Potosí

Guerrero

June 14th 2010

Baja California

Sonora

Tabasco

June 15th 2010

Chiapas

Tamaulipas

Campeche

June 16th 2010

Coahuila

Yucatán

Tlaxcala

June 18th 2010

Zacatecas

Jalisco

June 30th 2010

Colima Distrito Federal

Baja California Sur

México

Nuevo León

Hidalgo

Nayarit

Morelos

Chihuahua

Oaxaca

Guanajuato

Puebla Querétaro

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Government Forum • The Mexican Institute of Youth presented the WYC 2010 during the meeting of the Youth Ministers of the African Union in Zimbabwe, Africa on April 12th to the 16th 2010. • The African Union confirmed its commitment and participation in the WYC 2010. • The Governments from Libya and Mozambique, confirmed their participation at the WYC 2010, the latter will integrate its delegation by 15 young people. • It was agreed to include the WYC 2010 in the Final Declaration, paragraph 6. Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Government Forum Preconference of the Americas Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, May 24th to the 26th 2010

It has

been organized by the National Youth Secretariat of Brazil (IMJUVE) , the Organizaci贸n Iberoamericana de Juventud (OIJ), as well as some UN agencies.

The participation of 259 young people and adults from 29 countries representing Government, Parliaments, International Organisms and NGOs. Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Government Forum Preconference of Africa Abuja, Nigeria, June 3th to the 4th, 2010 It took place in Abuja Nigeria on June 3rd to the 4th 2010. This preconference was realized in coordination with the Mexican Institute of Youth , the African Union as well as some UN agencies.

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WYC 2010 MEXICO

LEGISLATORS FORUM JUNE 10, 2010

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Legislators Forum

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Legislators Forum OBJECTIVES

Generate legislative recommendations and promote the youth agenda.  Position the theme of youth in each legislative area within the five continents  Reflect on the global reality pertaining to youth

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Legislators Forum DETAILS ON THE INVITATION Two legislators from each participating country will be invited, specialists with experience and/or interested in the subject of youth. The age is indistinct. The participants’ registration will remain open until July 15, 2010. The participants must cover their air transportation and lodging for the event. The official languages for the Legislators Forum will be Spanish and English. Participants can register at the following address: http:// www.diputados.gob.mx/forumyouth2010

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Legislators Forum METODOLOGY The Forum has four main components: 

A Keynote Lecture which will offer an overview of the global youth situation.

Working groups to analyze and reflect on the relevant issues regarding youth at the international level.

A “Good Practice Forum” in the legislative, budget and Transversality areas.

Closing Session where the Forum’s conclusions will be presented.

Prior to the Legislator’s Forum, delegates will be able to access a basic document in order to enrich analysis and reflection, through the Forum’s website.

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Legislators Forum

The following are the main discussion topics for the working groups: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

Employment Education Health Global association and development Technology and innovation International migration Citizen participation and policies Sustainable development and environment Security

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Legislators Forum Regarding the registration for working groups

ď ąLegislators will be able to register for the desired working group through the Legislators Forum website. ď ąThe number of participants per working group will be limited, in order to make them more efficient. If you are interested in a specific topic, please use the online registration system. las mesas.

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WYC 2010 MEXICO SOCIAL FORUM

NGO GLOBAL MEETING JUNE 10, 2010

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NGO Global Meeting

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Social Forum Registration process

The registration process for the NGO Global Meeting closed on Apri 30th 2523 NGOs of 168 countries from the five continents were registered.

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CONTINENT

REGISTRATIONS

AFRICA

621

AMERICA

1183

ASIA

366

EUROPE

289

OCEANIA

64

TOTAL

2523


Social Forum Online evaluation process Five evaluation teams with the support of the United Nations System (one team per continent). CONTINENT

SOFOC MEMBERS

UN MEMBERS

AFRICA

Bernadette Fischler Brian Okello Ana María Almario Isaac Fernández Fernando Traversa Christopher Derige Malano Christoffer Groenstad Tamsin Pearce

Dr. Asha Mohamud Mrs Louise Maple Leonor Calderón Nadine Gasman Ms. Emee Lei Albano Mr Nimol Soth

Paola Silva Jacqueline Koroi

Julie Forder

AMERICA ASIA

EUROPE

OCEANIA

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Tatyana Pronko Paul Nary


Social Forum Evaluation Process • A guide and an evaluation platform have been ellaborated for the registered NGOs. • All the 2523 registrations are going through the evaluation process. • By the end of June, we will have the complete list of selected delegates. • The methodology for the NGO Global Meeting is undergoing development by a Committee of members of the SOFOC, with the support and collaboration of the Contents Area of the WYC2010.

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Social Forum FUSION Platform • We are working coordinately with the UNFPA office and with the FUSION Platform. • This initiative will allow us to carry out the online survey for the NGOs and youth worldwide. • To generate a database of successful work practices with young people. • To establish an interaction space for the young people to share

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WYC 2010 MEXICO SOCIAL FORUM

GLOBAL INTERACTIVE JUNE 10, 2010

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Global Interactive Forum

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Global Interactive Forum Assistance and registry We expect more than 5000 daily visitors at the Global Interactive Forum, which is the only space open to the general public at the World Youth Conference Mexico 2010. For attending to the Global Interactive Forum, the only request is to pre-register online with a valid passport number or the CURP (only mexican citizens). Pre-registry will be able by July only at: www.youth2010.org

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Global Interactive Forum Call for Participation The team in charge of the call for participating at the different areas of the Global Interactive Forum is receiving daily registrations. Up to now we have received numerous application forms: Informative Fair: 203 Sustainable Trade Fair: 14 Parallel Activities: 311 • • • •

April 23, 2010: June 11, 2010: June 12-20, 2010: June 21-30, 2010:

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Call for participation opens Call for participation closes Evaluation of applications Sending the notices (selected and rejected


Global Interactive Forum Selection mechanisms

SOFOC

SOFOC

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WYC 2010 MEXICO SOCIAL FORUM SOCIAL FORUM ORGANIZING

JUNE 10, 2010

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SOFOC Meeting calendar • December 18-20: Madrid, Spain. • March 18-19: Colonia, Uruguay, in the framework of the Universidad de Participación Ciudadana (UPC: Citizen Participation University). • June 7-8: Helsinki, Finland, in the framework of the anual meeting of the International Coordination Meeting of Youth Organisations (ICMYO). • Last week of July: Virtual meeting.

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SOFOC

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SOFOC Advances The SOFOC is selecting the organizations that will participate to the NGO Global Meeting. They are in charge of the diffusion strategy of the Conference and the activities of the Global Interactive Forum at an international level.

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WYC 2010 MEXICO SOCIAL FORUM

VOLUNTEERS JUNE 10, 2010

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Social Forum

Selection process • At the closing of the call, June 4th, 1171 candidates were registered for the volunteers program. There were 903 mexican candidates and 268 from the world. • The interviews for the domestic volunteers will begin on June 15th and will be in person. • We have reinforced the collaboration strategy with the most important universities of Mexico City and León. • We are working very close with Institute of Youth of the State of Guanajuato to recruit volunteers from León. We estimate that, on June 10th, we will have recruited around 1000 candidates.

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Social Forum Social Networks

More than 5,000 members on Facebook More than 1,000 followers on Twitter Flickr has reached its maximum storage capacity; as a solution we have integrated Kontainer to continue showing the pictures of the Conference. Kontainer is a social network for pictures with more storage capacity. We have used it to uploaded pictures from the Pre-conferences in Mexico and from the different continents.

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Social Forum Social Networks The social networks strategy integrates 2 new elements: We have articulated in only one dynamic site the entire online activity related with social networks to guarantee the accesibility of the information in one site without FLAVORS opening several pages: www.flavors.me/wyc2010

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Social Forum Widget Desktop A widget that can be downloaded to the user’s desktop. It is useful to be informed in real time of the information posted on the different social networks; it can be downloaded and installed online. The user will then have a WYC Mexico 2010 application in his deskptop that will automatically feed from the information posted in social networks.

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WYC 2010 MEXICO

VISAS AND ENTRIES JUNE 10, 2010

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Visas and Entries Visas and Entries (admissions) The WYC 2010 estimates to receive approximately 5,000 delegates and participants from August 23rd to August 27th, 2010. Preliminary data shows that from this number, 1,500 would be foreigners from 140 different countries all around the world.

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Visas and Entries COORDINATION OF THE FEDERAL INSTANCES INVOLVED Recently the Mexican Government has announced substantial updates to the Law of Population, in order to simplify the migratory procedures for tourists and other temporary migrants. In addition, to contribute to the conference success, the Mexican Government, through its principal organs involved in this matter Secretar铆a de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE), Instituto Nacional de Migraci贸n (INM) y Centro de Investigaci贸n y Seguridad Nacional (CISEN)- has implemented extraordinary procedures in order to make the application of the participants easier.

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Visas and Entries 1.

SRE and INAMI both agreed to accept applications and deliver visas through certified promoters, which offers the participants the advantage of not being requested to be physically present in the respective consulates.

2.

According to the significant youth of the delegates participating in this event, these organs have agreed to make an exception in the matter of economic solvency.

3.

The INAMI and CISEN can offer nowadays faster answers to visas applications due to the systems links and upgrades that have been made.

3.

Please, take note that Mexican Authorities would not deliver visas in any Mexican Airport . Applicants must apply before travelling.

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Visas and Entries PROCESS PROGRESS By now, we have made significant advances in the design and implementation of the needed mechanisms to complete visas’ general procedures. The most important aspects are: • Design of the Registration System in coordination with INAMI, in order to allow the compatibility in the data exchange. • Detailed and updated information published on the Conference’s web page (www.youth2010.org) in Spanish and English (in a few days the translation to French will be loaded to the web site). • The delegates will obtain online their official invitation letters and they will have to present it at the respective Mexican consulates or at IOM representatives.

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Visas and Entries CITIZENS THAT REQUIRE MEXICAN VISA, BUT LIVE IN COUNTRIES WITH NO MEXICAN CONSULAR REPRESENTATION As in every international event open to the participation of the general public, one of the most important challenges in visa matters is to solve the problem of citizens who live in a country in which Mexican consular representation in non existent. In order to support individuals in these particular cases, the WYC2010 has reached an agreement with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in which this instance will operate as a mediator, based on its wide coverage of representatives around the world. The general mechanism for this procedure would be:

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Visas and Entries • The applicant will send to the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) office his/her personal documents attached to the migratory forms, properly filled and $36 USD (corresponding to the visa emission payment); • The local International Organization for Migration’s office, will send the applicant’s documents to his head office in Geneva. • International Organization for Migration’s head office will send the respective documents and visa applications to the Mexican office created for this matters in Geneva. The Mexican office will issue the visa and send it back to IOM’s headquarters. • IOM’s headquarters will receive the visa and send it to the corresponding local office which will deliver it to the applicant.

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Visas and Entries Foreign Applicant

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WYC2010

Consulates

INM


Visas and Entries Foreign Applicant

On-line data registration Official Invitation Letter

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WYC2010

Participant registration

Consulates

INM


Visas and Entries Foreign Applicant

On-line data registration Official Invitation Letter

WYC2010

Participant registration

Consulates WYC2010 sends weekly new registration data

INM Data registry of applicants is obtained Data Analysis based on Mexican Law parameters virtual authorization. Data base refresh to allow consulting

Database

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Visas and Entries Foreign Applicant

General

On-line data

Procedure

registration

WYC2010

Participant registration

Consulates WYC2010 sends weekly new registration data

Receives requests forms form mediator

Passport and oficial invitation letter

Receives visa and migratory forms through

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Data registry of applicants is obtained Data Analysis based on Mexican Law parameters

Official Invitation Letter

Entrega requisitos mediante gestor

INM

Verify database information and issues/denies visa

virtual authorization. Data base refresh to allow consulting

Database


WYC 2010 MEXICO

CULTURAL PROGRAM JUNE 10, 2010

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Cultural Program CULTURAL PROGRAM

The WYC 2010 Secretariat, with the support of the National Council for Culture and Arts (Conaculta, by its initials in Spanish), along with Culture Officers of Guanajuato will present a strong cultural program in order to offer a variety of activities inside the Global Interactive Forum (GIF) and through the city during the WYC 2010. The program will offer excellent cultural activities on an international level to the general public in areas such as music, theatre, dance, visual arts, film and conferences. An international gastronomy tour will be provided by local restaurants in order to promote their art to social groups from around the world.

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Cultural Program CONACULTA PROPOSAL FOR THE INTERACTIVE GLOBAL FORUM

Photography exhibition:“Yo estoy aquí” Exhibition Synopsis: This exhibition is a result of five photography workshops where adolescents from different parts of Mexico City participated. The participants developed a photographic project exploring their location in the city (from a existentialistic and subjective point of view).

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Cultural Program Independence and Freedom to Create Interactive Module with Websites www.independenciaylibertad.gob.mx

Multiplatform project that will summon young people to send ideas on their lives from the historical reflection caused by the Anniversaries of Independence and the Mexican Revolution in 2010. To explore what the series of concepts that were key for the processes of Revolution of Independence means for the young people of today. On this site there will be tools to create videos, stories, photographs and illustrations based on key concepts celebrated in the Bicentenary. In addition, it will serve as an invitation to the historical reflection and the questioning of its official presentation.

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Cultural Program Wiki DF Interactive Module with Web sites http://wikidf.conaculta.gob.mx/index.php/Pรกgina_Principal

The Accessible Platform organization and structure is simple and clear, it is also a place where young people and people in general interested in Mexico City can express themselves from their experience of life, in order to discuss and engage in a dialogue with the information that is regularly offered from Mexico City. Written and audio-visual materials make for an open, multimedia and dynamic space. The objective is to promote the possibility of constructing knowledge in a collective way stimulating the participation of the Mexico City inhabitants by the use of the tools that are available on the Internet. We will explore the cultural management through concepts of free culture, rights of author, copyleft, and creative commons.

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WYC 2010 MEXICO

VISAS AND ENTRIES JUNE 10, 2010

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Logistics GENERAL LOGISTICAL INFORMATION

The WYC 2010 Secretariat will send a handbook for delegates providing administrative, logistical and general information for their participation which will include: • OFFICIAL PROGRAMME • ACCREDITATION AND ACCESS • TRANSPORTATION • ACCOMMODATION • AIRPORT FACILITATION • CULTURAL PROGRAMS • MEETING SERVICES AND FACILITIES • GENERAL INFORMATION • FLOOR PLANS & LAYOUT

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Logistics Transportation: Shuttle bus services will be provided to and from: -International Airport (Benito Juárez in Mexico City and Bajío in Guanajuato) -Poliforum León and the suggested venue Hotels (Fiesta Americana, Crown Plaza and Suites México Plaza)

Timetables will be available at the Airport’s WYC 2010 Information Desk, the suggested hotels and the meeting venues. Transportation will be provided for Cultural program. Transportation for delegates will be made available at places of accommodation for round-trip transfers to dinner venues .

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Logistics Airport Facilitation The WYC 2010 Secretariat will facilitate Ministers and their spouses, and UN Senior Officials through Immigration and Customs procedures on their arrival and departure from Mexico’s International Airport.

Interpretation Services Full Simultaneous Interpretation System (SIS) will be available for the Main Conference Room (Keynote Conference), Inauguration and Discussion Panels in English, French and Spanish.

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Logistics Press Room An International Press Room will be set up at the Poliforum Le贸n. The Press Room facilities will be the venue for the main media conferences. There will be a common work area, computers, telephone lines and Internet facilities. Business Centre A Business Centre will be operating during the WYC 2010 at the Poliforum Le贸n. The Centre will provide telecommunication facilities such as computers, printers, faxes, telephones and other related services.

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1 Official Opening 2 (NGO) Global Meeting 3 Government Forum 4 Discussion Panels

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4 Discussion panels 5 Permanent Session 6 Interactive Global Forum Rooms

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