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The African Youth We Want

THE 2063 ACADEMY

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Things you may want to know Why the 2063 Academy?

Many of us are familiar with the SDGs and the Agenda 2030, but what about our own development Agenda? have you ever wonder that Africa is so much diverse and active that it needs it own Agenda? 

The 2063 Academy has been built for this precise reason, to promote and make youth a catalyst changers for the Agenda 2063 so to own it and take local-based action to achieve it. 

Networking

It's an opportunity to meet up with decision-makers and like-minded youth who are eager to learn

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Getting inspired

Listen and learn from our speakers and discuss among the participants to inspire each other.

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New People

Meet, exchange and discuss with your African family and build a strong friendship relationship

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Take action

Action is a necessary step for change, hence, the 2063 Academy is a place where we learn, grow, and take action while having fun.

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LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers

H.E Ms. Cristina Duarte

United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Special Adviser on Africa

H.E Mrs. Assia Bensaleh Alaoui

Ambassador at large of His Majesty the King of Morocco

Ms. Aya Chebbi

African Union Youth Envoy

Ms. Oulimata Sarr

Regional Director UN Women, West and Central Africa

Ms. Daisry Mathias

Presidential Advisor: Youth Matters & Entreprise Development. Office of the President, Namibia

Adv. Bience Gawanas

Former UN USG and Special Adviser on Africa and Social Justice Activist.

Sir Nicholas Kay KCMG

COP26 Regional Ambassador for Africa

Ms. Mary Luce Fiaux Niada

Program Officer for Tanzania and Gender Focal Point at the East and Southern Africa Division of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation

Ms. Nisreen Elsaim

UN Secretary General youth adviser on climate change

M.Sam Ntelamo

Resident Representative , IPPF Liaison Office to the African Union & UNECA

M. Fethi Debbabi

Director of the United Nations Information Center, Rabat Morocco

THE 2063 ACADEMY

Building youth capacities

A project aiming to create a common ground between youth and decision-makers to debate the strategies implemented by our government in order to achieve the SDGs and promote the Agenda 2063

 

SCHEDULE DETAILS Information of Event Schedules

We are honored to have such a diverse, inspiring, and intellectual speakers for the 2nd edition of the 2063 Academy.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Youth opportunity: Erasmus+ and Intra-Africa scholarship Opportunities

Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad. Erasmus+ has opportunities for people of all ages, helping them develop and share knowledge and experience at institutions and organisations in different countries.

The Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme supports higher education cooperation between countries in Africa. The scheme aims to promote sustainable development and ultimately contribute to poverty reduction by increasing the availability of trained and qualified high-level professional manpower in Africa.

The program's objective is to improve the skills and competencies of students and staff through enhanced mobility between African countries. Strengthening cooperation between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Africa will increase access to quality education and will encourage and enable African students to undertake postgraduate studies in the African continent.

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ASAF Community

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National Erasmus+ Office Morocco

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M. Yenesew Alene Belew

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Ms. Yeshna Aodhorah

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M. Paul Ndubuisi Anyiam

11:00 - 12:00 am workshop

IamRemarkable

#IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering everyone and especially underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond. During the 90 minute workshop, you will learn the importance of self-promotion in your personal and professional life and be equipped with tools to develop this skill. Participants will be invited to challenge the social perception around self-promotion.

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Ms. Fatima Zahrae Chayat

12:00 pm - 13:00pm GMT+1 Workshop

Africa-Europe: from COVID-19 to Recovery

Europe is living in a temporary depression that seems to come to an end in the following months.

On the other hand, Africa has managed its own COVID-19 crisis with less damages than Europe and the Americas, but once the pandemic is over and those continents make a re-start, where's Africa's starting point with respect to its European partners?

It's still a migration-problem-only view for Europeans or will Africa be able to seek further partnerships? 

Will Africa's voice be heard in the recovery budgets of the European Union? 

Borders will re-open, but will Africa and Europe rely again on walls, razor-wire fences, and such? 

 

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M. Abderrahim Ouadrassi

03:00 - 04.00 PM

Closing

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H.E Mrs. Assia Bensaleh Alaoui

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H.E Ms. Cristina Duarte

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H.E.M Guillaume Scheurer

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Ms. Lilia Rizk

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Ms. Jayathma Wickramanayake

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Ms. Balkissa Idé Siddo

speaker-7

M. Ismail Farjia

01:00 pm – 02:00 pm

Get Inspired and meet young changemakers

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Mrs. Hanae Bezad

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M. Nair Abakar

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M. Foster Awintiti Akugri

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M. Simon Marot Touloung

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M. John Youhanes Magok

02:00 pm - 03:00 pm

Workshop: How to become an excellent Advocate

The workshop will explore how to advocate for women's rights, how to draft policy recommendations, and how to communicate with decision-makers. Case study: Womenpreneur Initiative advocacy work since 2016. 

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Ms. Alice Chempf

01.00 - 02.00 PM Workshop

Collective and Emotional Intelligence

This workshop aims to define Emotional Intelligence and explain the reasons why it is an essential skill.

Do you want to develop awareness about your emotions and concrete ways to know, understand & control them? Do you want to develop a good team (personally and professionally) by managing the emotional climate, leading to better outcomes? Do you want to manage conflicts and want to be defined as an emotionally intelligent leader?

Join us and learn how to control disruptive emotions, how to think before you act, understand your and other people’s emotions, and overall better manage your relationships and networks.

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Mrs. Fatima Zahrae Touzani

02.00 - 04.00 PM

Workshop: Staying safe on FaceBook

During this 2 hour session, participants will receive training on tips and tools they can use to stay safe on Facebook and Instagram. The training will cover:

  • Safety policies 
  • Tools to safeguard your privacy and security on Facebook and Instagram
  • Reporting violating content
  • Resources to provide user support.

The participants will also have an opportunity to engage with the Facebook team in a QnA session

Ms. Sylvia Musalagani

04:00 - 5:00 PM

Cre-activity: Improve your creativity through fun and creative activities

Creativity is an important skill to have when solving problems and leading projects. The Cre-Activity workshop is an opportunity for participants to improve their creativity skills and explore their imaginations through creative writing and improvisation exercises.

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Mrs. Soumaya Zaki

11.00 AM - 12.00 PM Discussion

Overview of the challenges and opportunities in Africa

The African region or the mother continent, known for its abundant natural resources and favorable conditions, creates a multitude of opportunities for all.

The session aims to introduce the different challenges Africa is facing but also how to switch these challenges into opportunities for youth

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Ms Lilia Hachem

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M. Fethi Debbabi

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Ms. Nchimunya Hamukoma

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M. Simon Marot Touloung

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Ms. Halimatou Hima

speaker-6

Dr Fatima Driouech

12.00 - 01.00 PM Discussion

Meeting with our Youth Envoy

This session aims to have an open dialogue with our AU Youth Envoy regarding her vision and action plan, as well as creating a dialogue between the AU Youth Envoy, Minister of Youth of Tchad and the participants.

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Hon. Routouang Mohamed Ndonga Christian

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Ms. Aya Chebbi

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M.Richard APEH

1:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Youth opportunity: Mohammed VI Polytechnic University

Mohammed VI Polytechnic University is an institution oriented towards applied research and innovation with a focus on Africa.

The University is engaged in economic and human development and puts research and innovation at the forefront of African development.

A mechanism that enables it to consolidate Morocco’s frontline position in these fields, in a unique partnership-based approach and boosting skills training relevant for the future of Africa.

A scholarship scheme allows (mainly via the OCP Foundation) to support academically outstanding students who do not have the necessary personal resources by partially or totally covering living expenses (accommodation/meals) and by the partial or total exemption of tuition fees.

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Mr Khalid Baddou

Learn more about

African Agenda 2063

AUOYE Action Plan

1 million by 2020

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