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GYA Opeyemi Adetola

Young people are leaders of tomorrow. It’s important that we get it right and get on our feet.

Opeyemi Adetola, 24 year old Global Youth Ambassador from Nigeria

Let Me Learn messages shared on social media will inform the official Youth Declaration being presented at the Summit in September.

Developed by the Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth together with the Summit Secretariat hosted by UNESCO and a number of partners, the Youth Declaration will:

  • gather young people’s collective views on what transforming education should look like
  • outline young people’s collective recommendations to decision and policymakers, including governments, civil society, international organizations, the United Nations, and others on transforming education
  • highlight young people’s collective commitments and actions towards transforming education

It will be presented to the Secretary-General as young people’s inputs to the Chair’s Summary of the Transforming Education Summit.

Young people all over the world are encouraged to shape and influence this crucial document.

How to take part:

Share your films online using #LetMeLearn

Attend National and Regional Dialogues. There are online and in person events. Find out the ways to take part in your country here.

Do you use WhatsApp? UNICEF is organising a consultation for young people via a U-Report poll. Go to this link.

Join The World’s Largest Lesson 10-minute gamified survey.