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Youth Changemakers Parliament (Former Ennendale Mini Parliament)

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12 Members

Traditions: Indigenous African , Christian Methodist , Christian Pentecostal , African Traditional See All

Action Area: Policy Advocacy, Youth

Region: Africa

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The Ennerdale Mini Parliament Board was established to run and manage a youth organization for South African Youth from all religious and cultural backgrounds within the community of Ennerdale and its surrounding areas. It wishes to create an environment where youth are given the platform to share their opinions and perspectives, giving youth the centralized power to debate and discuss various issues affecting the youth in the area. It develops youth activism through civic education by unlocking passion to take initiative and play active roles in the development of their community.

Once a month, they conduct what is known as a “seating” for students from different schools as well as different organizations from their community and the surrounding areas. At each “seating,” a different topic is discussed and debated, topics that are chosen by the youth who are the key and main members. Youth give speeches, and various professionals address the given topic in presentations. Youth are also encouraged to come up with “take action” ideas, where they will do a presentation or some activity at their school after the seating. In this way, information flows down to the rest of the community, ensuring the achievement of their outcome and proposed goal.

The Ennedale Mini-Parliament envisions a generation of youth who are empowered to become young leaders who will stand up for what they believe in.

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Contact:
Mr. Nathan Edward Swartz

Address:
Loam Street , Ext. 14, apt. 23
Ennerdale, Johannesburg, Gauteng
1830
South Africa

Phone:
27 (0) 810144939

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