C:F supports UNESCO Youth Forum 2011

by C:F Team on 25th August, 2011 at 4:09 PM CEST

The 7th UNESCO Youth Forum marks a time when youth are raising their voices to claim their place in the future of their countries. The need to be heard, and to go beyond and actually shape decision-making, is embodied in the objectives of the UNESCO Youth Forum.

We are inviting you to be part of this amazing experience and global cooperation, building a stronger foundation where we can all work together.

In order to participate, please have the following steps in mind and be part of the UNESCO Change Album:

1.Take a photo of yourself holding a sign “CHANGE!”
2. Personalize it with a message or just your name.
3. Send your photo to youth@unesco.org.
4. Tag yourself & meet other friendly faces of our community!
5. For CF Members: You can also add the CF Logo in your image so that we'll together journey there with the whole CF Community. Download the CF logo here.
6. Invite your friends and most importantly, wear your best smile and use it to inspire others to stand with us for “CHANGE”.

Even with our simplest acts, we can make a difference. So get your cameras, smile for the whole world and let’s start change within ourselves.


Love from the CF Staffs

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Danna Joyce Chavez

Danna Joyce Chavez | Action team

yay!! this is a nice idea to show the world that we are pro change! a change for the betterment of all :)) and it all starts within ourselves. let us make a significant change, make a stand, and inspire others to do the same :))

25th August, 2011 @ 4:36 PM CEST

Farah Aftab

Farah Aftab

CF: you always come up with interesting ideas .. loved it :)

25th August, 2011 @ 6:35 PM CEST



Everybody neeeds change to strive for abetter tomorrow. CCCCCCCCCCCCC:F very good to be supportive of great ideas.

2nd September, 2011 @ 8:43 PM CEST



Change is what we need to survive in this ever changing world of ours/

26th October, 2011 @ 3:17 PM CEST

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