The World Future Council (WFC) is organizing an international conference to exchange best practices and policies to tackle violence against children and youths. The conference is taking place in Zanzibar from 28th to 30th November. High-level policy-makers from across Africa, as well as Indonesia, Seychelles and Mauritius, are attending the conference. Zanzibar will host the conference as the winner of the World Future Council’s 2015 Future Policy Award, also known as the “Oscar for best policies”, for its Children’s Act.
A Homage to the Future Policy Award 2017 at the UN in Geneva. On October 31st, 2017, the United Nations in Geneva paid tribute to the Future Policy Award 2017. The UN Library in Geneva partnered with the World Future Council, the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), the Permanent Mission of Ethiopia to the United Nations, the University of Oxford’s Enacting Global Transformation Initiative, the Theatre of Transformation Academy and Green Cross International to host an event entitled ‘From Degraded Drylands to Green Landscapes’ featuring a unique format of theatre, testimonies and a high-level roundtable dialogue.
At the International Child Rights Conference in Zanzibar on sharing best practice and policy on child protection, justice and participation, convened by the World Future Council (WFC), representatives and policymakers from Ghana, Indonesia, Liberia, Nigeria, Seychelles, Somaliland, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Zanzibar and experts on children’s rights and representatives from civil society signed the Zanzibar Declaration on Securing Children’s Rights.
https://www.worldfuturecouncil.org/file/2017/12/averie-woodard-111822-1.jpg17792738Annette Diegelhttps://www.worldfuturecouncil.org/file/2017/03/wfc-anniversary-logo-website-bigger-300x115.pngAnnette Diegel2017-12-19 15:20:132017-12-19 15:25:36December News of the WFC
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