IN NORTHEAST ASIA
- Зүүн хойд Азийн энх тайван ирээдүй
- 동북아시아의 미래평화
Virtual dialogue series with Northeast Asian youth
Young people have the potential to build peaceful societies and support effective governance in their communities, now and in the upcoming decades. Training youth to collectively imagine the future can ensure lasting impact and create the conditions for dialogue and cooperation between governments and peoples of Northeast Asia, for the generations to come.
In line with the United Nations Youth, Peace and Security agenda,
“Futuring peace in Northeast Asia” is an initiative by the United Nations Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (UN DPPA) dedicated to deepening opportunities for youth to share their unique observations for regional peace and security with policymakers, stepping towards broader representation of youth in high-level policy fora.
The two-year project is co-designed and co-facilitated by Youth Champions from the region, trained in digital facilitation and Futures Literacy - an approach which, by sharing ideas of the future, shapes strategies to innovate. This year’s project enjoys partnership with foraus, with continued support from UNESCO and National Assembly Futures Institute of Korea.
If you are from Northeast Asia, join the series by clicking below to ideate on recommendations for the future of regional narratives and commonalities through new technologies or education tools.
Dates of the Futures Dialogue (a three-part series)
April 13, 2022
Small, interactive dialogue between experts and youth to discuss dynamics of change of regional narrative formation in Northeast Asia.
July 1, 2022
Summer Session 1
Building possible futures on technology, innovation, and education tools that form regional narratives.
August 2 - 21, 2022
Summer Session 2
Testing possible futures developed in Summer Session 1 with a wider and more inclusive public.
September 9, 2022
Summer Session 3
Ideating of policy recommendations.
September - December 2022
Policy Bridge Spaces
Recommendation outputs (report, documentary) are shared in various spaces.