Razwan Nabin - World Humanitarian Summit Interviews

World Humanitarian Summit Consultations
World Humanitarian Summit Consultations
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April 30, 2020
  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

In this podcast, Mark Simmons interviews Razwan Nabin, South Asia Regional Focal Point for the World Humanitarian Summit, UN Major Group for Children and Youth. They speak about current youth participation and engagement in humanitarian action and how to ensure that young people are not left behind, that young people are better represented and integrated into humanitarian architecture in the future.  Play podcast episode.

As South Asia Regional Focal Point for the WHS Razwan Nabin facilitates youth participation and engagement from South Asia at the #WHSummit. Engaging young people is crucial for putting people at the center of humanitarian action and more changes are needed to ensure a better representation and integration of young people and communities in the humanitarian architecture. PHAP members and others share their thoughts on the World Humanitarian Summit process in Istanbul, 22-24 May 2016.The association is present in Istanbul to help amplify practitioner voices and bring clarity to the Summit process for those unable to participate on-site. PHAP is the individual-based professional association bringing together all parts of the humanitarian sector. With a shared vision that human life and dignity are safeguarded in the face of humanitarian crises, the association’s mission is to empower capable and informed professionals to transform humanitarian action.


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