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Re: [policy_document] WSF panels | Workcamp 2007
Nov 3rd, 2006 - 08:05:12
I am interested in being involved in this panel.
Bernise Ang wrote:
Excellence, great to hear the positive response re: panel of Youth
Zolu, as you are our Liberia country director and only Liberian on
our group, would you be interested in being involved in this panel?
Excellence, regarding the YLD panel, do we have any opportunity to
influence recommendations for panellists?
As for the workcamp, understood that Liberian focal person will give
final decision. For the last 2 names for inclusion to the committees,
shall we see if anyone here is interested, and we can consider these
names altogether with your 2 people from Nigeria-Cameroon Boundary
Rashid - maybe you can set a timeframe for people to come forward
(depending on how soon Josiah and Zuo need the names). And we take it
On 03 Nov 2006, at 2:22 PM, Excellence Uso wrote:
> Dear Bern and all,
> I just want to say that the proposal around discussion on Youth
> Reconstruction was well received by the whole meeting. It was even
> re-echoed by the ActionAid representative that was on the High table.
> I am hoping to see how it goes today. However, the exact strategy
> for this Panel Discussions have not been determined right now. And
> I am a bit unsure of how it should be organised but I think that I
> will want to specifically recommend a name or two especially from
> Liberia to join that Panel Discussion next year during the World
> Social Forum in Jan 2007.
> Can I have some names please?????
> Right now, the representatives from Sudan, CDR and a few others
> came forward and talked on their case. Of course, it was easy to
> attract sympathy and people were so concerned.
> I asked why Liberia was not represented on the Meeting. The
> answer I got was that youth groups from Liberia did not respond to
> the questionnaire that was being circulated shortly before the
> I was quick to add that since Liberia was just coming out of war,
> it was possible that onternet services may have been affected. So,
> I think that there is a huge opportunity to include Liberia within
> the Sub-regional response Framework during the W/African Plan of
> Action meeting later today.
> But, it will be important to have the names forwarded to me ASAP
> so that I can make specific recommendations to the W/African Caucus
> later on today.
> That is how far for now.
> Concerning the second point in this Bern's mail - concerning the
> Workcamp. I am okay too with the idea of people putting forward
> themselves but the final decision for inclusion on the planning
> committee should be regulated by the Liberian focal person.
> I know that I can also support the project by proffering two
> persons that have been working with us (our organisation) on the
> Nigeria-Cameroun Boundary Peace Project. They will be excellent
> persons to share perspective around this whole concept of Youth in
> Post-conflict reconstruction/Rebuilding.
> Looking forward to hearing from you all.
> My love and regards to all of you.
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