Exposed to a new milieu, YUVA was invited by the Uniciti Education Hub to participate in their Open Day held on 23 February to showcase YUVA’s values as well as YUVA Academy’s empowering programmes, namely Leadership for Social Change, The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Moral, Civic and Sex Education.
Open days serve as ideal opportunities to help attendees in making the right choice for further studies to plan a better future and to shed light on how campus life really works. As an institution which strives to provide the proper environment for quality education and unique experiences, Uniciti Education Hub proved to be the right choice to be partnering with.
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Last night, the World CSR Congress held its award-giving ceremony at the Taj Lands End Hotel, Mumbai. And YUVA has bagged the NGO Leadership & Excellence Award 2019 at the ceremony.
YUVA has been doing very well as a non-governmental organisation in Mauritius. Click here to visit YUVA’s Projects Update 2017/2018 here.
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We are living in one of the most exciting and challenging times in the history of the world. Social, economic, political and ecological systems appear to be breaking down and there is much uncertainty about the future. If we want to live in a more peaceful, happy, healthy and prosperous world, there needs to be a radical shift in our consciousness.
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This year’s leadership program, delivered by the YUVA Academy, has started this month.
Using interactive activities including reflexive journals, aspiring young leaders develop their own understandings of what constitutes good leadership and how to apply this knowledge in real life situations.
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YUVA in close collaboration with Winner’s Goodlands conducted a fundraising campaign on Saturday, 15 December 2018 for the victims of the flood at Cottage as well as for the 600+ beneficiaries, which YUVA works with.
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YUVA believes that the appellation of NGOs should change from “Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)” to “Civil Society Organisation (CSO)”.
In the past decade, there has been a radical, worldwide change in the way Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) present themselves in the civil society, before the funding agencies and in various nationals and international fora. One significant change is that NGOs now call themselves CSOs, that is Civil Society Organisations. This change is replete with meaning, connotations and implications. And all these meanings and implications have proved crucial for the way CSOs have evolved over the past decade or so. (Mohanty, 2002) Continue reading “YUVA lobbies to change appellation of ‘NGO’ to ‘CSO’”