YPLSA TO HOST A DISCUSSION ON ‘THE ROLE PLAYED BY YOUNG PEOPLE AND LESSON LEARNT DURING THE DECEMBER 8 SSE

Have you ever wonder why an election that seemed so chaotic and full of violence ended up peaceful? Do you which to know the hands that contributed towards this peace?

As we are aware, the future of every nation lies in the hands of its young people. Liberia being a country with a population of over 60% of Young people is no exception. With a population of mostly young people, they have a major role to play in promoting peace, before, during, and after the polls.


There is no doubt that unsavory individuals will make attempts to recruit them to foment violence but this time the game is changing, young people did not fall for these tricks, instead they worked tirelessly to ensure that Liberia had a peaceful election.
You’re welcome to join the Young Political Leadership School Africa via Zoom as they highlight and discuss the role young people played in the December 8 special senatorial elections and lessons learnt.Time: Jan 15, 2021, 02:00 PM Liberia Time
Meeting ID: 954 0544 3776
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/aZOfTgNF4

Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)
National Endowment for Democracy
U.S. Embassy Monrovia, Liberia
Embassy of Sweden in Monrovia

 

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