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A learning and knowledge exchange community to develop future-ready young people across Asia-Pacific through 21st-century skills.  

Empowering volunteers for a decade of change

The Movers Programme is a regional movement of volunteers who develop SDGs awareness, entrepreneurial mindsets and 21st-century skills by conducting localized training at a grassroots level.

 

The Movers Programme uses a training-of-trainer approach and works with community partners to target harder-to-reach groups and support the United Nations’ objective to leave no one behind.

Context of Youth
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More than 700 million young people in Asia-Pacific

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Of these 700 million youth, 267 million are neither at school or at work (38%)

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More than 1 in 6 young people are out of work globally due to COVID-19

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Leadership, communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills

Methodology

Areas of focus

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Digital Literacy Skills

ICT and Technological literacy.

Soft Skills

Leadership, communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Global Citizenship

Social and cultural competencies to support inclusive and sustainable societies.

Inspire and build capacity of young people to deliver Movers workshops within their communities on key thematic areas including Sustainable Development Goals awareness.

Key Principles

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Train-the-Trainer

Emphasize peer learning where young people share insights, knowledge and learn from each other.

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Activity-based Learning

Emphasize experiential learning and applying knowledge in a group setting to real problems.

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Leave No One Behind

Place focus on supporting the most vulnerable and hardest to reach youth.

How to #JoinTheMovement?
Who can join?
  • Age: 16 years-old and above (required)

  • Language: Vietnamese speakers (required); preferably with Intermediate or Advanced English (not required)

  • Commitment: No registration fee required for selected participants

  • Certification: Minimum participation in 3 hours of Movers training workshops to receive programme Certificate

  • Want to develop new skills by taking actions and passionate in making an impact in your community 

 

We encourage members of underprivileged local communities, people with disabilities, women and girls, sexual and gender minorities, marginalised ethnic minorities, and those who are vulnerable to violence and poverty to join us. We provide specialised support for your participation and your voice is highly critical in raising awareness on related social challenges that hinder your potential. 

Founding Partners

Community Partner

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The Movers Programme is a curated pillar of youth engagement and empowerment under the Youth Co:Lab initiative.

 

Co-created by UNDP and Citi Foundation in 2017, Youth Co:Lab is the largest youth-led movement for social entrepreneurship in Asia-Pacific.

In Vietnam, ININ is an official community partner to assist the Movers Movement in engaging grassroots volunteers who can disseminate knowledge, tools and guidance to facilitate and organise localised workshops about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Entrepreneurship.

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