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Dialogue and Mutual Understanding Across Generations (DMUAG)

Start Date:
08/03/2011 Download ICS File
End Date:
09/03/2011
Location:
Doha - Qatar
Category:
Expert Group Meeting
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The United Nations Programme on the Family and the United Nations Programme on Youth of the Division for Social Policy and Development of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) organized, in collaboration with The Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development (DIIFSD), an Expert Group Meeting on Dialogue and Mutual Understanding across Generations, held from 8-9 March 2011 in Doha, Qatar.

The Expert Group meeting was convened in the observance of the celebration of the International Year of Youth 2010-2011 and as part of the preparations for the 20th Anniversary of the International Year of the Family 2014.

Background Material

Papers

Towards and alternative approach for the development of national youth policies
by Ahmed Al Hendawy (Arabic)

Youth Arab’s Immigration, Employment and the Future of the Regio
 by Ahmed Younis

Challenges to Dialogue and Understanding Across Generations Some Lessons from Latin America
by Ana Maria Goldani

Existing frameworks for dialogue and mutual understanding across generations: family, community, educational institutions and workplace
by Antonio Monserrat

Existing framework for dialogue and mutual understanding across generations: family, community, educational institutions and workplace
by Donna M. Butts

Paper
by Falko Mohrs

Trends that Affect Parents and Children in Our Present World
by Ignacio Socías

The World Programme of Action (WPAY) and of the International Year of the Youth(IYY)
by Jacque Koroi

Older adults in small households; causes and consequences
by Jenny Gierveld

Promoting intergenerational understanding between the young and old: the case of Singapore
by Leng Leng Thang

Creating Synergy for Youth Empowerment
by Maha Fayyad Mohamed

The changing patterns of Intergenerational Relations in South Africa
by Makiwane Monde

Intergenerational Dialogue as a Way to Diagnose and Prevent Violence
by Paola Silva

Paper
by Pat Dolan

Youth in the ESCWA Region: Situation and Responses
by Paul Tacon

The role of youth concerning generation’s dialogue
by Rasha Fatian Salim (Arabic)

Lesson learned from the current approaches to promote dialogue and understanding as well as reinforcing youth participation
by Rasha Fatian Salim (Arabic)

Intercultural and Intergenerational dialogue from an Asia Pacific Perspective
by Samah Hadid

Platform for a Generational Dialogue on the Future of Latin America: A Window on the Future
by Simone Cecchini

The views expressed in these papers or presentations are the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, the Doha International Family Institute

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The Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), formerly known as Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development (DIIFSD), was established by Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development in 2006. The Institute has special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UNECOSOC).

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