The forum’s fourth edition is taking in Sharm El Sheikh on January 10-13.
The fourth edition of the World Youth Forum ill be held Jan. 10-13, 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, and the registration window remains open for a month from Nov. 15.
The World Youth Forum (WYF), an annual event that gathers youth from different parts of the world in Egypt, is back after its 2020 was canceled due to the pandemic.
Egypt’s permanent mission to the UN in New York included the decision issued by the 59th session of the CSocD to support the contributions of the World Youth Forum at the regional and international levels.
The WYF launched “Book Challenge” initiative at the time people are self-isolated at homes amid fears of the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, has honored the winners of the African App Launchpad (AAL) Cup, during the closing ceremony of WYF
Also, four youth figures delivered speeches to present their views on human development mechanisms.
The Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi met on Sunday with representatives of foreign press institutions operating in Egypt
The "Combating Extremism & Hate Speech on Digital Platforms"’ panel discussion examined the definition of hate speech and the different approaches to deal with it.
A total of 12 Sessions will be held at the second day of the World Youth Forum Monday in Sharm el-Sheikh.
The General Information Authority issued a press release Sunday on the Arab and international media coverage of the World Youth Forum.
The Lebanese Minister of Defense further added that terrorism has no religion or nationality, and must be dealt with accordingly.
A number of world figures taking part in the World Youth Forum being held in Sharm El Sheikh have praised the role of Egypt in achieving security in the region.
“It should not be called a spring!” the Arab League Secretary-General immediately interrupted Abdel Hamid.
“If we do not have food security, we will not have security at all." Peasley said.
Sisi said terrorism harms the whole world and therefore, it is necessary to confront these countries that back terrorism and use it to achieve its interests and goals.
Sisi's spouse felt happiness over attending the launch of the WYF amid thousands of world youths to resume a dream that has started two years ago.
Sisi attended on Sunday a session as part of the World Youth Forum (WYF) tackling current challenges to international peace and security.
The Executive Director of the UN World Food Program, David Paisley visited on Saturday Saint Catherine’s Monastery in South Sinai.
Flocks of participants of the World Youth Forum continue to arrive at Cairo International Airport and Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport, coming from different parts around the world.