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School Peace Initiative : promoting schools as zones of peace
  Education is a key tool in promoting peace and cultural diversity. A culture of peace must take root at home and in the classroom from an early age. However, the skills for peace and non-violence can only be learned and perfected through practice. Active listening and cooperative learning are some of the skills to develop. It is a dynamic, long term process, and a life-time experience. It means providing both children and adults with an understanding of and respect for universal values and rights. It requires participation at all levels be it in family, school, places of work, play grounds, and the community as well as the nation.     School Peace Initiative, as one of the project of GPYC, educates and creates opportunity to young students to interact and creates friendship. As a youth-centered, community development project, the primary goal of SPI
Women awareness program consecutively organized in six municipalities
                     In developing nation like ours, women are generally treated as second-class citizens and seen as someone to look after the home and bear children. On the other hand, we believe that if women are empowered with information, skills, and opportunities to fulfill their potential, then we will have vibrant, healthy and inclusive communities. The awareness programs conducted in six municipalities of Goldhunga, Lubhu , Sanga  ,Pikhel Sisneri  , Phutung around Kathmandu valley during  the month of March as the period to celebrate womanhood addressing over 350 women have made a small attempt at not only enhancing women’s capacity but also  harness the power of children, youth, and people at large to combat illiteracy, ignorance, gender discrimination with an ultimate aim of developments and preventions. The awareness activities have also motivated and encouraged women to
International Volunteer Day 2015
   On Saturday December 5 2015, our volunteers celebrated International Volunteers Day. The program started at 11:00 am where all the youth volunteers from different backgrounds came and had sharing and interaction on how they started to volunteer and their work in contributing to socio-economic development activities. The goal of the event is to stimulate greater awareness of their contribution to socio-economic development and to motivate others to continue the same. The theme for this year “Make change happen, Volunteer,!  was given emphasized on every volunteers’ account to motivating others towards a better change . This year’s International volunteer day was especially important as it paid special praise to many volunteers working to implement the new Sustainable Development goals of the United Nations. From the testimony shared among the volunteers, Kripa Sigdel quoted that failure is a great teacher as she transformed
International Youth Exchange Urges Other Youth for Peace and Development
 On 3rd March 2015, the youth exchange participants from Nepal and India made their travel to their host country as the beginning of their posting period and as a start of a journey towards a memorable experiences. Nepalese participants reached India as Peace Advocates for “Youth for Peace” project and Indian participants came to Nepal. The program engages participants from both countries in a project that raises moral and innovative leaders by organizing activities focused on education , service and awareness on the theme of Good governance. Youth for Peace exchange program is a great opportunity for the youths of developing countries to enhance their leadership skills and spread the message of Good Governance, Peace and development. Being a part of this  exchange program , the participants had a chance to discover inherent qualities within them and explore different cultural setting.Youth for
Hundreds of Young People Stands against Gender-based Violence
  A crowd gathered at Basanthapur Durbar square on early Saturday morning , 20th September 2014 to raise voices against violence. A white-colored ribbon symbolizing support of awareness to end violence against women was pinned on every one’s shirt. At a time when large number of women not only in Nepal but all around the world are still facing many social and legal discriminations, all ignited the fire and come together to take the issue more seriously. As the group began to attract crowd of people, signature campaign started to move around the group in aim to support ending different kinds of suppression and discriminations. Chants of  “ Mahila Himsa Banda Garau  ,  Mahila lai Samman Garau “ ( Stop Women Violence , Respect women ) were heard along the streets from Basanthapur to Ganthanagar in a show of solidarity against violence
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Youth connect Summer camp

 April  21 - 23, 2018  (Saturday,Sunday  & Monday) at Baneshwor  May  18, - 20, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday ) at UniGlobe Kamaladi  June 10 - 12, 2018  (Saturday, Sunday, Monday ) at Bansbari  July 20 - 22, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday ) at SWC Bashundara  August  17 - 19, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday) at Baneshwor

Web Design Course

Starting From: 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३) Day: Every Saturday Charges: Free of cost Time: 11:00am - 2;00pm Venue: GPYC Nepal, Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal     At the end of the course one will understand HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Wordpress and will create own website.    

Inter College Panel Discussion

Welcome the  participation of +2 and college level students to gain confidence, explore and share views on the topic the importance of education 

Workshop on Play for Peace

Title : Play for Peace  Date : April 23 - 24,  2016 Venue : GPYC Hall #53 Hattigauda Kathmandu Nepal 

World Without Borders

Theme: Living Diversity Date: August 15          September 20          October 17           November 21           December 12 Venue : GPYC learning center                Hattigauda     

Udaudo Yuwa

Young leaders forum and project discussion every Wednesday at 1pm All are welcome to join and share your ideas. Let us LEARN and SHARE

Manojigyasa Youth talk show Radio Program

  Manojigyassa    every Saturday   5:15  to  6:00 pm    90 MHZ Ujalo FM  

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