by Richard Kaye and Joanna Namirimu, Linking and Learning Facilitators, Voice in Uganda SORAK Development Agency is a grantee partner under the Influencing Grant, currently implementing a project titled ‘“Teens Up Now”. The project seeks to lift the power of teens through participatory approaches by influencing leaders to consider teens as equal citizens in policy […]
Tag: intergenerational learning
Through Kampung Katong and the spirit of decolonisation, the initiative sought to position local reality as the main reference in solving problems faced by the community on a daily basis. Local knowledge and identity become the compass in resolving socio-environmental problems and enriching culture, education, community welfare, and the sustainability of living spaces and livelihoods. This process takes place by involving young people, women, indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities, and local citizens as key actors enabling cross-generational contextual learning.
Siem Reap, Cambodia – More than 100 Indigenous youth from 12 Asian countries convened at the 4th International Indigenous Youth Conference (IIYC) in Siem Reap, Cambodia, from October 26 to 29, 2023. The event, organized by the Asia Young Indigenous Peoples Network (AYIPN) and the Int’l Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self Determination & Liberation (IPMSDL), in collaboration with Cambodia Indigenous Youth Association-CIYA, Land Rights Now, and Asia Indigenous Youth Platform – AIYP, aimed to strengthen solidarity among Indigenous youth organizations and communities.