The inaugural African Youth Networks Summit was held on 20-21 July 2018 in Pretoria, South Africa.
The event brought together over 200 youth network leaders from 36 countries across the African continent in a historic meeting of minds seeking to develop a platform for sharing of ideas and knowledge, and amplifying the voices of young people.
The purpose of the summit was to launch the African Youth Networks Movement (AYNM) and co-create a common agenda on how youth can effectively develop the socio-economic and political landscape of the continent. The movement will unify the voices of the networks
so that they redesign decision making tables and foster inclusive governance processes. Click here to find the full report African_Youth_Networks_Summit_AYNMS_2018_Report_by_GMT_and_MINDS_.pdf (6 downloads)