The Southern Africa Youth Forum (SAYoF-SADC) was selected to represent African Youth in the United Nations Major Group on Children and Youth (UNMGCY) Migration Working Group. SAYoF-SADC will be represented by two SADC representatives, Ms. Bosa Sebele from Botswana who is also the SAYoF-Botswana Country Director as well as Mr. Ronald Tatenda Magomo from Zimbabwe who is also the SAYoF Regional Advocacy and Communications Manager. These two representatives now join the Coordination team as Regional Focal Points for Africa.
The commitment and expertise of these two will continue to enhance the role that SAYoF-SADC will have to represent the African Youth at this Global level.
Ms. Bosa Sebele and Mr. Ronald Tatenda Magomo now join a team of committed young people for a one-year term from April 2020 – April 2021.
United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UNMGCY) is the United Nations (UN) General Assembly-mandated official, formal and self-organised space for children and youth (aged below 30) to contribute to and engage in certain intergovernmental and allied policy processes at the UN since 1992. Its mission is to bridge children and youth and the UN system in order to ensure that their right to meaningful participation is realised.