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PRESS RELEASE: Mixed Messages from UN on Women's Economic Empowerment

61st Commission on Status of Women Torn Between Authentic Empowerment, Controversial Policies March 24, 2017 UNITED NATIONS—After long hours of negotiations through the night, the United

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Join WYA's Global Down Syndrome Campaign / Meet WYAME’s new RDO Nicholas Maalouf | March 2017 Newsletter

GLOBAL NEWSLETTER MARCH 2017 News Highlights Join WYA's World Down Syndrome Day Campaign WYA Europe invites members around the

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WYAAP Holds Skills Workshop Series

World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) successfully held two new SkillsWorkshop Series lastMarch 9 and 11, 2017 on PortraitPhotography and

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Empowering the youth: Nicholas Maalouf outlines what’s next for WYA Middle East

“I found WYA’s values to be identical to my values, that of my community, and my country. The WYAME RDO position is not just another job for me, but a way for me to contribute to a cause I believe

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WYA Spain starts CTP meetings

WYA Spain empieza las reuniones del CTP The beginning of the next Certified Training Program in Spain has been a success. Participants have already met in

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WYAAP Partners with Project PEARLS

March 10, 2017—World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) sealed a partnership with Project PEARLSto conduct the region's third implementation of the WYA Human Dignity Curriculum (HDC)

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WYAAP Alumni Give Back

World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) received generous donations this 1st quarter of 2017 through the projects and support of alumni members from the region. Donna de Jesus, who

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WYANA RD Ends University Year With Travel!

WYANA Regional Director, Weronika Janczuk, is spending the last weeks of the standard university year in North America on travel, hoping to move pieces for the regional WYA office as well as goals for

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Philippines' Death Penalty Passes Third Reading at Lower House

World Youth Alliance regrets that House Bill 4727, which permits the death penalty for drug-related crimes in the Philippines, passed third and final reading in the House of

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