The International Youth Day we left behind this year was very special, to both me and Henri, as UNYDs of Albania for this year. It was truly amazing to get together not just to celebrate the achievements of the past, both ours and the youth organizations as well, but also to have an opportunity to Read more about INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY 2020[…]
Fiona Dinollari 22 and Henri Fero 25 are the second generation of Albanian Youth Delegates to the United Nations. Sworn in amidst a global pandemic and during transformational times, they are now 77 days in the mandate of youth delegates. Both pursuing their university degrees, they decided to share their unique experience with us. [UNA]: Read more about Catching up[…]
Young, energetic, passionate about youth activism and participation, eager for enhanced youth representation and for the empowerment of their peers, we introduce the next generation of Albanian Youth Delegates, Fiona Dinollari and Henri Fero. Fiona Dinollari Fiona Dinollari, 21, is a psychology student at the University of Tirana. She has started activism at a young Read more about The new generation of UNYDs[…]
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark but educated in Sweden, 23 years old, Katja Holböll is one of Sweden’s Youth Representatives to the United Nations. Her engagement within the Swedish Civil Society has begun long before her studies on Human Rights and Social Science at Lund University and has not stopped since. Among her many extra-curricular activities, Read more about Interview with UNYDS: Katja Holböll[…]
Samedin Rovčanin shares the same love for food or playing the piano as he does for the sustainable development goals. Born in Prijepolje, Serbia, Samedin was his country’s first Youth Delegate to the United Nations. This Gemini has pursued a Bachelor’s degree in English literature and his favorite book is “100 years of solitude” by G. G. Marquez. Now, his aspirations include obtaining a pilot license, becoming an International Development Officer and being everyone’s friend. Read the full interview below.
Good News! The deadline for application for the Albanian Youth Delegate Programme has been extended until March 16th, to give an opportunity to those who may have missed the first deadline to hurry up and finalize their application. We are aware that because of the rigorous documentation that is required for this application, many of Read more about AYD Application Deadline Extended to March 16th[…]
A couple of days ago, we published this poster on our social media, a poster for this event, a launching conference for this program, which is the biggest project that UNA Albania has organized up to this day and comes as the culmination of almost 2 years of hard work. It goes by the name of: Albanian Youth Delegate to the United Nations