Youth Case Study: Making Youth in Governance Totally Normal: Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking)
Every year just before its Annual General Meeting (AGM), Amnesty International Canada (English Speaking) hosts the Human Rights College (HRC), bringing youth together for six days for training on campaigning, activism governance and leadership. The HRC aims to empower young activists and facilitate their active participation in Amnesty International Canada’s governance. Many participants later become involved in governance roles and structures, both nationally and internationally.
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