The National Working Council is the apex administrative body of the UNESCO Youth Forum Nigeria, and we are recruiting! Hi, the following roles are vacant and available for applicants. If you…Read more
Dear colleagues, UNESCO Abuja Office has launched an online survey on Perception and Communication of COVID-19. The survey targets the current residents in West Africa (non-Sahel), namely Benin, Côte d'Ivoire,…Read more
(Peace-)Amb. Ahmed Bolori is an indigene of Maiduguri, Borno State of the North-Eastern Nigeria; which has been in turmoil, plagued by a raging insurgency that has cost thousands of lives.…Read more
UNESCO Office in Dakar has launched a call for proposal in the framework of awareness raising campaign on migration and COVID-19 in West and Central Africa- Nigeria inclusive.
The call is open for organisations that have demonstrated experience in all or part of the project’s target countries.
We would be very grateful if you could share the call among your network.
Thank you very much!
Are you staying at home? It might not seem like it, but you're saving lives. Help stop the spread Please share this poster campaign.Read more
Greetings Cohorts, We regret to announce that in the course of upgrading our systems to serve you better, we lost some data due to unforeseen circumstances. Hence, you may notice…Read more
The Nigeria Federal Government has requested the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to pass a resolution to create Commission for Global Youth Engagements within the organisation. This information…Read more
We are happy to notify you that the challenge experienced with the registration link has been resolved. We apologise for inconvenience cost during this period.
Over the past few weeks, users who attempted to register experienced challenge with registration as the link repeatedly redirected them to a different page. The error resulted from resource control on our server. The website has a huge daily traffic and we continue to expand its capacity to enable smooth interaction with our website components.
Share the registration link below with peers so they can register on the website and get latest updates on activities and opportunities.
We thank those who provided timely and valuable information that aided the resolution process.
The UNESCO Youth Forum Nigeria, represented by her Chairperson, David Osaghae, Deputy (Partnership & Resources), Chiagozie Udeh & her Policy Dialogue & Review Committee Leader, Yadoma Bukar Mandara met with…Read more
A discussion thread on the #NotTooYoungToRun Bill will be taking place on our website, you can discuss and raise questions on the bill and way forward for Nigeria youths, expectations…Read more
UNESCO IICBA has launched a video campaign for the international youth Day. Calling all youth! In celebration of International Youth day on August 12th, and as part of our Peace-building…Read more
The theme of International Youth Day 2017 is “Youth Building Peace”. Since the adoption of Security Council Resolution 2250 in 2015, there is growing recognition that as agents of change, young…Read more