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Globally, young people work side by side addressing the issues faced by their communities, bringing the world closer to the achievement of all 17 Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030. Nevertheless, their action and transformative potential is yet to be duly recognised.

In this call for most promising practices, youth are encouraged to share the cases of successful youth-initiated and/or youth-led activities they are engaged in. The social media handles associated with the submitted initiatives and projects will be widely promoted by UN-Habitat and our partner organisations, giving young people the visibility they deserve.

To become part of UN-Habitat's Youth 2030 Cities social media campaign, a representative of the youth project/initiative must fill out the submission form below. This survey takes about 10-12 minutes and is entirely voluntary. The questions marked "*" are obligatory, however, we encourage the respondents to answer as many questions as possible. 

!! Submission requirements, selection criteria and additional considerations can be found on Youth 2030 Cities official web page.

After making the submission, don’t forget to share it with your audience on social media tag us along on our social media channels:
Twitter – @unhabitatyouth and @youth2030cities (#Youth2030Cities)
Instagram – @unhabitatyouth (#Youth2030Cities)
Facebook – @unhabitatyouth and @youth2030cities
TikTok – @youth2030cities

The submission is open between the 1st of January and the 31st of March, 2022, 11.59pm EAT. For the promising practices that seek to be featured in the Compendium ('the early bird submission') and on UN-Habitat Youth official website, the submission will be closed on the 31st of January, 2022, 11.59pm EAT.

We wish you best of luck with your submission!

Sincerely yours,
Youth 2030 Cities Team
January 2022

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* 1. I would like to make a submission. I agree to be contacted in case my submission is selected to be featured in the UN-Habitat Compendium of Promising Practices.