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New study confirms the need to better prioritize rural youth in political agendas

The IYFF+ 10 World Coordination Committee (WCC) launches a new study that analyzes and highlights the common and global challenges faced by rural youth from all 5 continents.

The recently published study on Young People and Family Farming stresses the need to prioritize youth in the political agenda by strengthening a comprehensive approach at the institutional level tailored to the needs and demands of rural youth. This study has been carried out by the IYFF+ 10 World Coordination Committee (WCC), currently formed by representatives from ROPPA, PAFO, INADES INTERNATIONAL, COPROFAM, RELACC, PDRR, AFA, ASIADHRRA, SEWA, UPA, AFDI, NZYF, OXFAM, IFOAM Organics International, ACTIONAID, WRF, as well as the National Committees for Family Farming from Madagascar, Costa Rica and Nepal (representing the NCFF that work in different continents). The World Rural Forum (WRF) acts as Secretary of the WCC.

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Author: WRF
Other authors: WCC IYFF+10
Organization: WRF
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Year: 2018
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Country/ies: Afghanistan
Geographical coverage: Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, European Union (European Union), North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, Near East and North Africa
Type: Article
Content language: English
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