Abideen Olasupo to Speak on Strengthening Trust of Youth in Multilateralism at ECOSOC Youth Forum


Brain Builders Youth Development Initiative is delighted to announce that our Global Director, Abideen Olasupo, has been selected as the only Nigerian speaker during the plenary sessions of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum. The event will take place in nNew York from April25-27, 2023.
The ECOSOC Youth Forum is a platform for young people to engage with policymakers, UN officials, and other stakeholders to discuss key issues related to sustainable development. This year’s theme is “Accelerating the recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development at levels”
Abideen Olasupo will be speaking on the topic of “Strengthening Trust of Youth in Multilateralism: Exploring Intergenerational and Peer-to-Peer Dialogue” during the plenary sessions He will be sharing his experiences and insights on how to foster trust among young people in the multilateral system and how intergenerational and peer-to-peer dialogue can facilitate this process.
As an organization committed to developing the potential of young people in Nigeria and beyond, we are proud to have our Global Director representing us on this prestigious platform. Abideen Olasupo’s participation in the ECOSOC Youth Forum is a testament to the impact of our work in promoting youth development and empowerment.
We believe that young people have a crucial role to play in building a more inclusive and sustainable future, and that trust in the multilateral system is essential for achieving this goal. We urge all stakeholders, particularly young people, to participate in the ECOSOC Youth Forum and engage with the discussions on strengthening trust in multilateralism.
We are confident that Abideen Olasupo’s contribution will enrich the discussions and inspire young people to become more actively involved in shaping the future of our world.Together, we can build back better and create a more inclusive and sustainable future for all.

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