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The Global Forum for Adolescents has concluded, but the momentum continues! The world's largest gathering for adolescent well-being took place on 11-12 October and brought together a global community of adolescents, advocates, and leaders for two impactful days of debate, dialogue, and action. If you missed it, don’t worry—on-demand content is now available below, so you can catch up on all the transformative discussions.
Thank you for joining us in this pioneering endeavor to shape a more promising future for young people across the globe. Your participation helped make this event a success, and we're excited to keep the conversation going. Together, we continue to unite, rise, and lead for the well-being of adolescents everywhere.
What was the Global Forum all about?
The Global Forum was a chance for young people like us to come together and take stock of the progress we've made toward the SDGs, and to figure out how we can do even better in the future. We heard from leaders, shared our stories and ideas, and worked together to find solutions that will make a real difference in our lives.
What did we experience?
We heard from experts, activists, and leaders from around the world, who shared their knowledge and ideas on how we can all work together to make a positive change. The Global Forum was a great opportunity for us to connect with each other, build our skills, and get inspired to take action.
What was the goal?
The goal of the Global Forum was to make sure that the world takes us seriously and that our well-being and health are a priority. We want to ensure that our leaders are committed to making positive changes that will benefit us and that they're held accountable for keeping their promises.
We want to see concrete plans, commitments, and resources being put into action so that we can all live healthy, happy lives. And by coming together at the Global Forum, we can make sure that our voices are heard, and that we're making a real impact.
See the commitments gathered so far in here