UGC along with UNICEF-YuWaah and partners proposes to organise multiple online capacity-building sessions during June- July 2021 on topics related to COVID-19.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) is collaborating with the AICTE, CBSE, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, UNICEF -YuWaah, NGOs, UN agencies and a private sector consortium of over 1,500 partners that have activated the “Young Warrior movement”.
In a letter, UGC has asked all vice chancellors and principals to encourage students and teachers between 18 and 30 years to join this movement to safeguard themselves, their families, communities and the country.
There are essentially 5 tasks that are part of the Young Warrior Movement:
On completion of these tasks, Young Warriors will be eligible for a UNICEF certificate on completion of tasks.
The platform is available in 12 languages.
“There is an excellent opportunity for young people to use social media as a tool for community therapy on a positive note of solidarity. we encourage young people to narrate true and encouraging Covid related stories in the form of videos or articles or social media content, which can be inspirational for others to learn from and replicate key messages and positive stories of youth action will be promoted on social media through partners and influencers,” the UGC letter reads.
To register as Youth Ambassadors of the Young Warrior Movement, click here -https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeAu41zmqQeePNKAlIPcP0tu5dKRVtr_wHEAS5Fad3WPK7wlA/viewform
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