Prevention Programs for Youth at Risk to Violence

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This high-profile event aims to discuss the importance of prevention programs for youth at risk to violence, this is part of a comprehensive strategy to combat gang violence and organized crimes. Speakers will share experiences from Latin America on using innovative methods, such as sports, to reach young people at risk of abuse and crime involvement. Specifically, building on the work of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Baka Movement initiative, the event will highlight the use of sports as a tool to build youth and community resilience through enhancing personal and social skills, and creating safe public spaces that facilitate positive action for youth in marginalized communities.
Please connect 20-15 minutes prior to the event start time, and also join the meeting via computer. You must be on Google Chrome.
To join the meeting, click on this link:
If this is your first time on KUDO, click “Allow” when prompted, to enable the use of your devices. When logging in, please enter your full name and your email address. Please choose your preferred language on the down left side: English, Spanish or Arabic. ** Please note that participants cannot speak in this conference, so please do not press the “request to speak bottom”. Your camera and microphone will be deactivated during the event, however, you can use the chat room to ask questions for the speakers.