UNYAP Newsletter #15: October

UNYAP Newsletter #15: October
Volume 15

Welcome to the fifteenth edition of UNYAP's monthly newsletter!

October was a month with many wonderful new events, so let's get into it!

New Members Aboard!

  • T. Andir
    Senior undergraduate student at the National University of Mongolia
    (International Relations)
  • A. Anujin
    Children's development specialist, press representative at the Children's Development and Security Department of the Family Children and Youth Development Agency
  • Ts. Boditsetseg
    Program manager of Youth Policy Watch (NGO), coordinator of Youth Wave Club
  • A. Enkhbulgan
    Tariff and pricing department specialist at the Energy Regulatory Commission
  • A. Khoroljav
    Foreign Affairs Officer at Optimal NMAX LLC
  • B. Tergel
    Undergraduate student at the National University of Mongolia
    (International Relations)

Our newest members are eager to represent their respective communities and contribute towards a sustainable future.

IOM Asia Pacific Youth Summit on Climate Change and Human Mobility

Our member, D. Nomunbileg, participated in the first-ever Asia Pacific Youth Summit on Climate Change and Human Mobility hosted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM)! The summit took place in Manila, Philippines, and aimed to amplify the voices of youth on climate change and migration.

Nomunbileg introduced the environment of Mongolia, and highlighted the way we can use technology to help those in climate crises.

Over a hundred youth delegates gathered from all over the world, and we are proud that our member D. Nomunbileg was one of the youths to have taken part in sharing ideas and solutions for a more sustainable world.

Meeting with GenU Deputy Director Ms. Urmila Sarkar

The Deputy Director of Generation Unlimited, Ms. Urmila Sarkar had a productive meeting with the members of UNYAP and the Mongolian Children’s Council.

UNYAP is grateful to have engaged in a meaningful discussion and gained insights from Generation Unlimited, a multi-sector partnership working to provide youths all over the world with opportunities to become productive and active members of society.

Ulaanbaatar Model United Nations

UNYAP members facilitated a valuable discussion with the participating students of the Ulaanbaatar Model United Nations.

The students of the Ulaanbaatar MUN provided UNYAP with further insight into the youths’ views on the outmigration of Mongolian citizens. We see this opportunity as a great asset as the discussion outcomes will be sent over to assist UNFPA.

Stay tuned for next month's newsletter!