BYLAWS

Y-PEER VISION Statement
Y-PEER evisions young people to have meaningful participation in decision making related to their health in order to have equal access to information and services to live a healthy, content life.

Y-PEER MISSION Statement
Y-PEER aims to promote a healthy life style through peer to peer approach and to empower young people to make responsible decisions.

Principle: (under revision)
Y-PEER promotes the equal access to opportunities and “defends the practice” of discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, serologic status, physical capacities and disabilities, political and religious views, ethnic or national origins, disability or chronic illness.

Youth Peer Education Network Bylaws

 General Regulations
 Name of The Organization
 The official name of the network is Youth Peer Education Network.  The only official abbrevation is Y-PEER.  The abreviation is always written in capital letters

 Language
 The official language of Y-PEER International is English.

 Bylaws
 Y-PEER shall be governed by its bylaws.  An article in the Bylaws can be amanded only at Global Advisory Board meeting by at least votes of two third of the of the voters. This rule can never be changed by suggestion or voting of any Y-PEER body.  Amendments to Bylaws can only be submitted by FPCs, ICs, and Alumni at least one (1) month before the GAB meeting and will be reviewed by a Panel of the Alumni Board. Amendments submitted after the deadline would not be taken into consideration. At least 3 of the Alumni Board members should recognize the relevancy of the change/ amendment before the amendment is shared with the GAB members. However, all reviewed/ modified amendments should be shared at least one week before the GAB meeting with the GAB members (FPCs). The amendments will be discussed and/ or voted during the GAB meeting.

 Logo
 Y-PEER Network has one original logo which is the following

 Y-PEER Network has various brandmarks variations. which is proven by the necessary documentation. This usage must be in line with the Y-PEER Branding Guidelines.  For materials not pre-approved by ICs. it is mandatory to put disclaimer in line with the Y-PEER logo.  For National usage (Being discussed)  The official logo can only be used by Y-PEER International and National Networks members of the Network. This process should be proven by documentation as well. This resources should be revised by member country’s focal points.  Only if there is not available financial resources.  The translation of publications to member national network languages can be possible only if there is a professional translator involved.  Website  The official international Y-PEER website is www.youthpeer. the translation can be done by the national focal points and then revised by proof reader. should be approved by Y-PEER International Coordinators before being distributed. . All these variations can be used by Y-PEER International and National Networks.org  Publications  All printed material written in the name of Y-PEER.

 Alumni and Alumni Board (AB) Alumni are previous International Coordinators that finished their term. Alumni Board or the AB constitutes of previous ICs that finished their term (as ICs) maximum three years ago. Y-PEER International and National Networks  Y-PEER International takes no responsibility for national actions that are in conflict with Y-PEER Bylaws and local laws. It constitutes of: . GAB members are divided into voting and non-voting members according to certain criteria specified below.  Operating Units Operating Units are the physical places hosting the operating unit staff except the professional fundraising individual or company.  Focal Points In Charge (FPCs) Focal Points in Charge or the FPCs are the representatives of their repective Y-PEER Country Networks at the GAB and towards the International Coordinators. ICs are coordinating the International Network and the execution of the anual action plan.  International coordinators (ICs) International coordinators or ICs are the oficial representatives of Y-PEER at international level.  DEFINITIONS of Y-PEER COMPONENTS  Global Advisory Board (GAB) Global Advisory Board or GAB constitutes of the Focal Points in Charge of all the national networks.

The support unit includes also a professional fundraising individual or company. Country Hosting Agency is a institution (national or international one) in the country where YIC is situated and therefore is hosting that particular YIC. the advocacy and fundraising director.  Network Country Members Y-PEER representatives: are part of the national network structure that are representing their network towards their respective directors in the support unit.  Y-PEER International Center (YIC) PETRI is an entity consisteded of three parties: Y-PEER International Center (YIC). The national coordinator can be or not the same person than the FPC. Hosting agency is usually recognized at national and/or regional level as a credible agency for youth issues. . country hosting agency and country UNFPA CO where YIC is situated. The purpose of the Hosting Agency is not only to provide YIC a place but to provide expertise and technical assistance to YIC in that country and Y-PEER international in general. Y-PEER International Coordinator in charge is supposed to work in YIC. health issues. Y-PEER national coordinator / coordination body: National Y-PEER networks may choose to have in their structure a national coordinator / coordination body to run and coordinate the Y-Peer activities at the national level. technical and funding role.Support Unit: that includes the Communication director. reasearch. Programing Unit: that constitutes of two programing directors. Supervisor of staff in YIC is coming from Hosting Agency of that country. UNFPA Country Office is part of PETRI entity as a partner as well as logistical. Y-PEER International Center (YIC) is the physical place/office that hosts the operating unit staff except the professional fundraising individual or company. etc. PETRI stands for Peer Education Training and Research Institute. YIC is part of PETRI.

 The country networks are evaluated by the programming unit in accordance with Country Networks Evaluation Criteria (Annex 1).  A country network not fulfilling the participation criteria (getting enough scores for participating in GAB meeting) because of emergency situations. This doesn’t apply if 75 % of the country networks are already represented.  Country networks failing to accomplish the criteria for 2 consecutive years won’t have the right to be GAB Voting Member for that year. This condition doesn’t apply if more than 25 % of country networks are not fulfilling the criteria for 2 consecutive years.  GAB Voting Members elect 4 new ICs yearly among the FPCs that applied for this position and that are attending the GAB Meeting for the second time. or are attending GAB for the first time. The criteria mentioned here refer to the ones in the National Network Evaluation Form. 75 % of the country networks are represented except if more countries fulfill the criteria fully. They do not have voting rights. GLOBAL ADVISORY BOARD  The GAB constitutes of the focal points in charge from Y-PEER country networks.  GAB Voting members are those eligible to attend the GAB Meeting for that year. International Coordinators and Alumni Board are the decision makers on whether the amendments were significant or not. their nomination has to be supported with positive evaluation from their supervisors). participation of this country network in GAB meeting will be assessed and decided by the Alumni Board. but went through international fellowship as PETRI/PETRI-U fellow or as part of the UNFPA Special Youth Program (in this case.  Country networks failing to fulfill the minimum criteria for one year will still be able to be GAB voting members and will get special attention from Regional and Support Units to motivate that network fulfill the criteria. .  The GAB voting members meet once annually.  All country networks will gain the right to be members of GAB Meeting when bylaws are significantly amended.  The GAB Meeting is chaired by the International Coordinators  Objection to the results of the selection of GAB voting members are directed to the Alumni Board.  At least 2 alumni board members and 2 International Partners are invited to the GAB meeting.

These discussions are followed up by these members throughout the following year. a closed session is held and ICs justify plan and modify it in accordance with GAB voting members. etc). If the plan is declined again. with facilitation of alumni members. GAB voting members and ICs for the well being of the network. provided that one country is not allowed to host the meeting for two following years. If less than six members of GAB attend for the second time at the GAB meeting. facilities. Amendments submited after deadline would not be taken into consideration. All questions should be raised at least 2 weeks before the GAB meeting. all GAB members are eligible to be elected as IC. The call should be sent to country networks’ mailing lists 3 months after previous GAB meeting.  The GAB voting members retain the right to approve or disapprove the action plan during the meeting with a quorum of 50 % + 1  If the international annual action plan is declined by GAB voting members during the GAB meeting.  Amendments on Bylaws should be submited by FPCs 1 month before the GAB meeting. consensus is reached by the alumni.  A call for inputs for the agenda from GAB voting members should be sent by ICs two months before the meeting.  GAB has rights to question International Coordinators about their decisions and ICs are obliged to answer in a satisfactory evidence based way.  GAB voting members will divide in small groups discussing different topics in accordance with the network’s action plan. The amandmants will be discussed and / or voted during the GAB meeting. .  FPCs are eligible to nominate for IC position only if they are FPCs in the year of the nomination. visa. FPCs send their comments 2 weeks before meeting. GAB voting members comment on the agenda and the final agenda should be ready one month prior to the meeting. Final action plan is submitted by ICs to FPCs 1 week before meeting. International Coordinators decide which country is going to host the next meeting.  International Annual Action plan is submitted by the International Coordinators to FPCs 1 months before the GAB meeting. Final agenda is sent by the ICs to the GAB members.  International coordinators will send a call for application for those who wants to host the GAB meeting and countries willing to host the meeting will send applications with different items (budget.

 ICs can neither be Focal Points in Charge.  ICs divide tasks between themselves according to the Task Division Plan (annex2). it is advised optimally that each region is represented by 2 ICs (for the combined region: 1 from Asia Pacific and 1 from sub-Saharan Africa)  International coordinators work for 2 consecutive years. ICs should inform GAB Members about any changes made in the Task Division Plan.  ICs develop annual action plans for the global network based upon countries needs and international trends. on the policy and the governance. GAB members. according to the ICs Election Process. However.  ICs ensure sharing information and transparency of the selection process of the FPCs. Coordinating communication among directors. Requesting half yearly reports from directors who – in turn – receive reports from . (being developed)  Minimum one IC and maximum 3 ICs should come from each of the 4 regions / +1 combined (Eastern Europe.  The duties and responsibilities of the ICs includes: Overview of the policy.  International Coordinators cease to hold their posts in the following conditions:  After their 2 years term  Resignation  Decision by GAB by 2/3rd majority. Central Asia and combined Asia-Pacific and subSaharan Africa). Allocating funds/resources. Releasing combined annual report (received from directors/units). after that they become alumni. each year 3 members are rotated and the GAB voting members vote for the selection of the 3 new ICs each year.  IC are elected by voting GAB Members during GAB Meeting.  ICs can stay in term for a maximum of 2 years. Arab States.  International Coordinators are paid a yearly honorarium.  ICs are coordinating the selection of the Focal Points in Charge and International directors in Units. during GAB meeting. INTERNATIONAL COORDINATORS  International Coordinators Body constitute of 6 members with equal rights and responsibilities. nor GAB voting members in the same term. have to be elected by the GAB. with the rest of the structure. Inviting alumni to question programs/directors. ICs can make changes in the Task Division Plan to serve the needs of the Network. Applicants after that are not eligible.  Nominees for International Coordinators apply at least one month before the Global Advisory Board Meeting.

. Selection of Y-PEER representatives at international events.  Alumni Board decides participation of a network in GAB meeting in case of emergency situation in a specific country. list serve management.  If a country is not fulfilling the National Network Evaluation Criteria for 2 consecutive years and this country requests assistance.  Alumni advise the ICs about potential partners and funders. Deciding alumni members to go to the countries that need suport. alumni board members attending the meeting facilitate the session between GAB voting members and ICs as a mediator. the alumni board members closest to the country will provide technical assistance with the mentorship of ICs (Extended alumni board). Decision of which alumni member to go is taken by ICs. ICs are the main responsible body for ICT (internet communication technology). Conceptual agreement with partners.  ALUMNI BOARD  Alumni constitutes of previous International Coordinators.  At least two members of the alumni board (selected by the alumni board itself) will attend the GAB meeting as nonvoting member  Alumni Board provides feedback for annual action plans. etc. (9 members maximum in total)  The Alumni Board is non voting member of the GAB.  Alumni board has the final say if a national network objects to the results of the selection process for the GAB meeting voting members.  In case of decline of international action plan by GAB voting members. management of the network (website management.national networks in different formats (monitor and evaluate). reports and GAB Agenda.  The International Coordinators in the second year of their term mentor the newly elected International coordinators.). ICs recruit external consultants.  Only the last 3 years’ International Coordinators constitute the Alumni Board and retain the right of active participation in decision making. Searching for potential partners.

compile a report of key achievements and challenges with recommendations. Duties and Responsibilities Develop communication strategies (including tracking trends) Analyze communication situation and needs Follow up with conceptual partners and initiating communication with potential ones Analyze the half yearly national reports for communication component. Assist national networks in implementing their communication strategies in coherence with international guidelines . renewable. OPERATING UNITS Operating Units members Recruited by International Coordinators in a transparent process relying on applying for the post Communication Director Qualifications English speaking Studying in University or Graduate Age 20-30 Minimum 2 years experience relevant to the tasks of the subunit Contract is for one year.

and work at International Centers. Assist the national networks in their fundraising efforts Conducting one day Fundraising session in Advanced ToTs. however they have the same responsibilities and are equally questioned . compile a report of key achievements and challenges with recommendations. Programming Directors Roles and Responsibilities Programming directors have full time job.Advocacy and Fundraising Director Qualifications English speaking Studying in University or Graduate Age 20-35 Minimum 3 years experience relevant to the tasks of the subunit Contract is for one year. Programming directors are responsible for three regions but the division of work is left to them to decide. renewable. Fundraising and Advocacy Director Roles and Responsibilities Develop unified core messages Identify and analyze stakeholders based on programming unit assessments Develop stakeholder specific tools and guidelines Analyze the national half yearly reports for Advocacy component. Supporting Y-PEER representatives at conferences/meetings and receiving feedback from them Releases monthly “Fundraising Tips and Opportunities” Newsletter.

logistics.  Monitoring and Evaluation  Projects at the international level need to have their monitoring and evaluation work plan and tools before the start of the project. monitoring and evaluation and management skills) Contract is for one year. .Needs Assessment and analysis Identify program priorities (assisting in the resource allocation) Organize capacity building activities along with ICs on different issues Assist national networks on developing programs and resources by ICs and GAB. Collecting and analyzing activity logs of focal points. renewable. analysis. Sending half yearly reports on their sub regions work to the International Coordinators Programming Directors Qualifications English speaking Studying in University or Graduate Age 20-35 Minimum 3 years experience relevant to the tasks of the subunit (Needs assessment. reporting. trip reports and training reports of focal points Receiving and assessing national network reports Monitor and evaluate (ensure the implementation of the Y-PEER standards at the national network level) Compile a regional report half yearly and present it to ICs.

 Previous focal points in charge mentor the new focal points in charge.  To get a Y-PEER visa.  Y-PEER ICs will yearly hire external Consultant who will prepare Annual Report on Y-PEER that is based on analysis of International Y-PEER Report (based on International Y-PEER Action Plan) and Regional Reports (submitted from Regional Directors) which will provide statistical overview. to get Y-PEER Visa for 3 more years. half-year report and annual reports. the new FPC don’t have decision making rights). participant should facilitate or co-facilitate Y-PEER National training at least once during the year following the Advanced ToT.  Y-PEER Advanced Trainers  Y-PEER International will issue certificates of participation for each trainee after the Advanced ToT. as well as impact of evidence of the International activities on Regional and National level. initially the visa is issued for 3 years  In addition to the visa. It is mandatory for the country networks to present the results of the M&E in the annual report.  Y-PEER Advanced ToTs must be supervised by alumni while conducted.  Y-PEER Passport is an official document that provides information about the International YPEER trainings this trainer attended and conducted. the trainer has to conduct (take part) in an Advanced ToT. Mentorship begins 3 months before term begins (During the mentorship period. as well as information on under what conditions this visa can be renewed. o Topic of training o Date of issuance and expiry date of visa. However. the participant should get the Y-PEER visa. Y-PEER trainers will receive a letter telling about conditions and validity of their title. .  NATIONAL NETWORKS The Y-PEER Representative Body in a country is a criteria of being part of the international network.  Operating Units and International Coordinators monitor and evaluate the country networks through Activity logs. they are not certified as advanced trainers.  Y-PEER visa includes following information: o International Y-PEER Training this trainee participated in.  To be certified as advanced trainers.  If renewal is requested by trainer.

The country networks have equal rights. (annex 3)  Focal-Point-In-Charge (FPC) has the duty to collect the information needed for the reports.  The selection of the national representatives depends on the national network.  FPC collects reports from national representatives according to templates provided by the Programming Unit and submits every 6 months (with additional events which are not under national representatives) to International Coordinators with copying national representatives. advanced ToT evaluation (advised by the international trainers) submitted activity logs and inputs from UNFPA CO. to make the selection process transparent and accountable:  Fluency in English language.  A country network may have a National Coordinator or a National Coordinating body to run the national activities.  Country Networks should submit their Action Plan. Election process is facilitated by ICs prior to every GAB meeting. (With justification to ICs). In that case IC from that country should not vote.  There are no international criteria for National Coordinators. These responsibilities are cited and defined below. It is mandatory for ICs to use their votes. FPCs are elegible for one re-election (does not have to be 2 consecutive years). Y-PEER strongly recommends the following qualifications as the minimum criteria on the selection of national representatives. This person can be different from National Coordinator of the network.  Focal Points in charge (FPCs) are national representatives of their country networks (for elegible countries) at international level. Y-PEER National Representative of Funding and Advocacy and YPEER National Representative of Programming. 2 Half-year report and one Annual detailed report on stated deadlines.  National representatives communicate respectively with the national directing units.  International Coordinators can not use their vote only if the candidate FPC is from the same country of the voting IC. Y-PEER National Representative of Communication. The country networks have responsibilities towards the international network .Y-PEER Representative Body consists of 4 members: Y-PEER Focal Point In Charge. Y-PEER Bylaws are totally respectful and confident of its member network countries’ internal decisions. motivation letter. with the help of the focal points in the country. it is up to the country’s own decision.  FPC elections are facilitated by the International Coordinators.  FPCs stay in term one year. the Programming Unit and Support Unit.  Attending to at least a national ToT. . One person can be responsible for the work of two national directing units. based on their CV.

for only the first time after these bylaws are significantly amended. Interest in the subject and minimum experience  All FPCs will be invited for the Global Advisory Board Meeting. The network activities are then assessed by the programming unit and international coordinators and the country is invited to join the GAB meeting for that year with no voting rights. . They will be introduced the new system and explained the criteria which they should meet to attend GAB Meeting the year after. a member has to apply for Advanced Training of trainers. The regulations stated in this bylaws replace all previous regulations.  If a country wants to join the international network.

Annexes .

1 Annual report) Submission of Annual Action Plan Contribution to Y-PEER Newsletter.Annex1: National Networks evaluation National Network Evaluation Form Submitted by International Coordinators CRİTERİA Reporting on time (2 Half-yearly Reports. PETRI and all Y-PEER partners) Abstract accepted in International conference + Mission report Getting funding from bodies other than UN Agencies POİNTS 14 total (4 for each half yearly. 6 for annual) 2 points 2 points max (0. YNB Replying to ICs and Units when “Reply requested”. general requests (happens 4 or 5 times a year) Peer of month award Representing Y-PEER in international fellowship (UNFPA.5 per NL issue) 1 point per reply 1 extra point 1 extra point 1 extra point 1 extra point .

The IC in Charge is the IC present in PETRI . IC in Charge . . Monitor fundraising activities within national networks. IC in charge of fundraising The IC will be responsible: (Coordinate)Project proposal development. IC in charge of international programming . . Identify potential donors.Annex2: Task Division Plan between ICs Proposal for task division between ICs 1. PETRI and UNFPA HQ. Launch the network in other countries (along with Regional/Country Offices and HQ) Coordinate representation of Y-PEER in international events Monthly planning and report needed 3.Consolidates the International Action Plan and ensures the follow-up of the International Action Plan. Create initiatives/plan trainings of project proposals and fundraising 4. IC in charge of partnerships The IC will be responsible for : With partners: identifying new partners according to the Network orientations and agenda.Supervise and mentors YIC & PETRI fellows 2.Signs and sends official letters on behalf of Y-PEER International .Facilitates the communication and ensures coordination between ICs. follow-up on programs and partnerships already running.The responsibilities and duties of the IC in Charge are: .

B. Country National Networks follow-up. IC in Charge of Y-PEER as a Foundation Explore and monitors the process of creating Y-PEER Foundation Recommendations: Though there is a task division between ICs. UNFPA HQ and Regional Offices trainings/workshops. Participate in the coordination of Y-PEER representation in partenrs/regional/international events. NL production coordination (along with PETRI). Promotion of the component Strategic Media Communication . 6. IC in charge of Branding The IC will be responsible for: Branding and promotion. support and monitoring Common roles/tasks/responsibilities for all ICs Internal communication rules A. support and monitoring All the ICs divide among themselves equal numbers of national networks to follow-up. Promotional materials production coordination. Coordinate M&E process (along with PETRI and UNFPA) 5. This support includes the monitoring during FPC selection process. Organize/Schedule with PETRI. support and monitor whenever needed. Common roles. addressing specific concerns and giving technical support when requested for the country network in cooperation with UNFPA COs of respective countries.1. it’s important to note that there are: Country Networks follow-up.The IC will be responsible for: Follow up on international action plan’s implementation. For ethical reasons. tasks and responsibilities for all ICs A. the IC is not allowed to be in charge of his own country network. Coordination of website administration. Quarterly reporting and planning .

except the support for national networks. transparency procedures. bylaws. Representation of Y-PEER Y-PEER ICs are often called to represent Y-PEER in various events. GAB Members…) a quarterly workplan along with a quaterly report. ICs should involve FPCs in order to initiate them to the duties and responibilities of ICs and ensure preparation of FPCs to their potential role as future ICs qnd Network leaders/managers/YIC fellows… A.Every Y-PEER IC should provide the other ICs and other relevant counterparts (UNFPA. Travel reports should be shared systematically with GAB Members. guidelines. A. workshops and high-level meetings. Involvement of Y-PEER FPCs and PETRI fellows In every task. The tasks stated below are often interlinked and a systematic information sharing about different areas is highly recommanded. A. each in its task area and has the duty to notify the ICs responsible for a certain task area about any misbehavior/lack of respect is watched . C.4. All ICs are responsible for the respect of Y-PEER code of ethics.3. .2.

to .Annex 3: National networks Reports Half year report template Half-year Y-PEER national Report Country: Submitted by Focal Point in charge: Submitted to: Date: Covering period: from ...... ....

1. Introduction 2. Y-PEER network progress PE session Nber of sessions undertaken Target group Topic Number of reached participants Gender M Gender F Transgender M2F (male to female) Transgender F2M (female to male) Peer presentation PE workshop ToPE ToT Counseling sessions Number of sessions undertaken Target group Topic Number of counseled participants Gender M Gender F Transgender M2F (male to female) Transgender F2M (female to male) Group counseling Individual counseling Help Line/ SoS line Internet counseling .

concerts… Performance. Communication. theater Media.Promotional activities Number of sessions undertaken Target group Topic Number of reached participants Gender M Gender F Transgender M2F (male to female) Transgender F2M (female to male) Y-PEER presentations Street actions Parties. Advocacy Number of sessions undertaken Topic Name of media Archive Yes/No TV Radio Print media Internet Other .

Lessons learned 5. materials developed. Recommendation ANNEXES o Any kind of documentation (pictures.Promo materials Amount of produced materials Target group Topic 3. etc) . quotes. Main Challenges 4.

Annual report Template Annual Y-PEER national Report Country: Submitted by Focal Point in charge: Submitted to: Date: .

New partners joined (if any) 5. Activities scheduled in the action plan and that weren’t accomplished. Lessons learnt 7. iv. meetings. iii. Overview of the network. ii. etc) . Action Plan i. ANNEXES o Any kind of documentation (pictures. New donors (if any) 6. plus cover page. materials developed. What are the reasons? 3. campaigns. etc) ii. Recommendation Report should be no longer than 2 pages. when was it launched. quotes. Y-PEER network progress vs. Introduction: i.1. Main challenges 4. Major activities undertaken (Trainings conducted. and the structure Number of Focal points Number of NGO members Specific goals of the network 2. contents page and annexes.

Annex: Training Reporting templates General Training Report Trainers Overall Report on the Training Submitted by: Submitted to: Date: .

Venue 3. ANNEXES: 1. overall?) 9. Participants list 3. Lessons learnt and Recommendations Report should be approximately 2 pages. Training faculty 5. Background Information 2. Agenda of the training (including which trainers did which session and objective of activity) 2. Training Objectives 4. Follow up and action plans 10. Resources and promo material distributed 8. Evaluation (what kind of evaluation was used. contents page and annexes. target group o selection criteria 6. Summary of Training 7. Evaluation analysis (summary of evaluation forms) . Information on participants: o number of participants o number of countries they are coming from o gender o age range o participants profile. plus cover page.Contents page 1.

Visual documentation (pictures and/or video/radio records if available) 5. Other relevant material Trainers Individual Feedback Form (Feedback on co-facilitators or any other comments) Name: Training: Date: WHAT DID U LIKE ABOUT THIS TRAINING? What do you think is the best? What were the challenges? Lessons learned (What should be taken into consideration in the upcoming trainings?) Other comments/suggestions .4.

Workshop. Training attended) MISSION REPORT Name of the Conference: Conference Place and Dates: Submitted by: . Meeting.(Conference. Seminar.

if available . Contents page 2. Y-PEER contributions and roles 7. plus cover page. Photographs 2. panels. events organized 6. Conference Declaration or other Key Document with Conference Conclusions (Meeting Key conclusions) 8. including number of participants 4. 2 pages. Sessions. presentation.Submitted to: 1. List of materials distributed 5. Newspaper clippings. contents page and annexes: ANNEXES: 1. Lessons learnt and recommendations Conference report should be approx. etc) 9. Background information o About the conference/meeting/workshop/seminar/training o Objectives o Organizers o Topics 3. Summary of Participants' profile. Opportunities (means opportunities given to young people such as participation.

3. if available 4. Other relevant materials . Radio or TV records.

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