25 young leaders from across the country attended the ToT on PolicyCampX

25 young leaders from across the country attended the ToT on PolicyCampX
The training enabled the youth leaders with necessary skills to go back to their districts and host PolicyCampX and train the youth in their respective localities.
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The key focus of the ToT was to build capacity of these young leaders so that they can facilitate the PolicyCampX, which is a hybrid version of the Policy Camp that will have online and face to face training components.

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The training had different sessions on pre, during and post policy camp work, for example how they will select volunteers, ensuring GESI while selecting trainees, get them enrolled for the online courses, monitor their learning, provide a day-long face to face learning sharing session, documentation of the training, managing logistics and finally, keeping them involved after the training ends.   

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Know more about Youth for Policy

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The training was held as during the 2 day long ‘Youth Policy Conclave: Future of Work’, a gathering of youth volunteers from Youth for Policy networks volunteers to draft the youth manifesto and present it to policy makers as part of IID’s youth led policy advocacy process.

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At the end of the training the participants were awarded with certificate and recognition on behalf of both IID and Youth for Policy.

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