||Excellence Uso [ profile ]
Re: [policy_document] Good Suggestions
Oct 31st, 2006 - 13:28:13
Just to say that I am on my way to the airport.
Looking forwad to your comments on what should happen in the WSF next year as regards YLD!!!
Rashid Zuberu wrote: Hello Guys,
Great ideas,i will definitely meet up with Kwame this
weekend and will try to get some of the outcome
I will recommend that we have two or three of our
members in the process,i have already informed Zuo and
others as to this communique from this gorup and they
are prepared to work with us.
Zuo is currently in the U.S to dream up support for
I will make available the concept paper once its
finished and will suggest that those who wants to be
involved in the planning process of the workcamp2007
should come forward with their names.
One more question what role are we willing to play in
the workcamp2007 and getting participants to Liberia.?
Excellence,keep us informed once you are in Kenya and
lets us know what going on and if we can be of any
assistance to you once there.
Thanks guys and let keep up the good work...
--- Excellence Uso wrote:
> OK, BERN. MY RESPONSES IN ITALICS BELOW (IN YOUR
> Bernise Ang wrote: ** Emmanuel, Fred - just
> keeping you guys posted **
> Hey guys,
> Thanks for the quick response! Some comments from my
> WORLD BANK CIVIC ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOP
> Regarding the participants, I'm surprised about the
> reasons Kwame
> gave you regarding having "no track record" and
> "integrating them
> into main stream advocacy". I've been in contact
> with him, will ask
> him more on that.
> IF YOU WANT TO CHECK UP THAT WITH KWAME, THAT'S
> OK. BUT, AM FINE WITH THE IDEA. I ONLY THINK THAT
> THERE WILL BE NEED TO CONNECT THE NEW ENTRANTS WITH
> THOSE THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN IN THE FIELD SO THAT
> PEOPLE DON'T RUN QITH NEW ZEAL AND DESTROY SOME
> THINGS FOR OTHERS.
> Rashid, are there any notes or outcomes from the
> IT'D BE GRAT TO HAVE SOME OUTCOME MATERIALS TO
> WORK WITH.
> RECONSTRUCTION IN LIBERIA
> The linkage between the Nigerian and Liberian
> National Focal Persons
> in WANEP is a great connection! I can't remember if
> I was the one who
> recommended the youth-led group, but let's work on
> identifying the
> non-youth org in Liberia. It's great you're talking
> with someone in
> CIDA - what is his/her designation within CIDA? This
> will help us
> position how we can use this CIDA channel
> effectively. And, look
> forward to seeing your concept note.
> THE PERSON IN CIDA WAS THE FOCAL PERSON. WAS
> DIRECTLY INVOLVED & KINDA-RESPONSIBLE WITH THE
> CONFERENCE ON WAR-AFFECTED CHILDREN, WHICH HELD IN
> WINNIPEG, CANADA.
> WORLD SOCIAL FORUM
> Excellence, thanks for the reminder - yes let's use
> your channel with
> WSF organisers! Everyone, let's give Excellence
> ideas to take to the
> pre-WSF meeting. I'll start by throwing out one:
> Including a panel on
> Youth-Led Development. This could fall under the
> youth program of
> WSF, or could be parallel to the youth stuff if it
> cannot accommodate
> this. The panel could/should include youth engaged
> in MDG work, and
> perhaps incorporate a N-S dimension by have not only
> American youth efforts, but also those in
> Africa/Asia. What do yo u
> guys think? Other thoughts?
> I M LEAVING THIS NIGHT FOR NAIROBI, KENYA FOR THE
> PRE-WSF MEETING. IT'D BE GREAT TO SEE COMMENTS FROM
> THE GROUP. MEANWHILE, I WOULD SURELY MAKE A
> RECOMMENDATION FOR A PANEL SESSION ON YLD
> WORKCAMP 2007
> Rashid, good work with the Vice President! The
> line-up of
> stakeholders is stellar. I'm encouraged that the
> Workcamp is
> expecting to get young people from all over to
> undertake development
> projects. I have a few questions, I anticipate some
> will be answered
> by the communique - let's have a look when you
> receive the copy and
> we can take it from there. First question that will
> probably not be
> answered by the communique: It's cool that Alpha
> from Peace Child is
> involved in drafting - is there opportunity for
> perhaps 2 or 3 more
> of us from this group to be involved?
> YEAH, 2 OR 3 MORE WOULD BE A CONCRETE ENTRY POINT
> FOR ON-GOING ENGAGEMENT WITH THE PROCESS. LET'S SEE
> HOW IT GOES.
> I agree with Rashid's point that this can weave in
> with our efforts
> for reconstruction in Liberia. Having a couple more
> of us involved in
> the drafting process will also help for this agenda.
> Rashid, let us know?
> Good idea, it will be good to have discussion
> summaries and set
> milestones for action plans. On my side, I am
> unfortunately dealing
> with police, lawyers, counsellors etc as I'm
> implicated in a case of
> harassment, currently undergoing police
> investigations. So I would
> not put my hand up now - when I commit, I like to
> deliver and not
> compromise. Is anyone able to do this for, say, the
> month of November?
> I WOULD ORDINARILY NOT JUMP TO THIS RESPONSIBILITY
> EXCEPT NO OTHER PERSON ON THE GROUP CAN DO THIS.
> THAT REMINDS ME, WHO IS THE MODERATOR OF THIS GROUP
> AT THIS POINT?
> Thanks for keeping the ball rolling guys - you are
> AGREED. THE TEAM IS BEEN AWESOME!
> I HOPE WE ARE ALL WELL.
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