Young activists press for engagement on National Youth Policy

In a spirit of civil engagement and democracy, youth activists yesterday delivered a letter to the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport seeking to be engaged in discussions on the delayed National Youth Policy (NYP).

Speaking with reporters in front of the ministry’s Main Street office yesterday, the group expressed disappointment that specifics on the progress of the policy have not been forthcoming. They were concerned that the process which commenced approximately a year ago, from every indication, appears to be at a standstill.

The contents of the letter submitted by the young people identified the four areas in which they would like to engage the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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