Between 23 April and 8 May 2012, join us for RedTalk, a global conversation on youth leadership.
1. Share your story - now!
How do we get serious about nurturing youth leadership? What can youth contribute on critical issues to shape the future today?
Starting on 23 April 2012, visit the RedTalk Share page to join a global conversation on youth leadership. You can view testimonies and ideas from youth all over the world and contribute your own using text and video.
2. Understand the issues
On the 8th of May, World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, you are invited to join us for a live RedTalk webcast at 2 pm (CET GMT+2) from Geneva. The three invited panelists will engage in lively discussion on concrete issues and ideas, and you can get involved by sharing your reaction to the debate and submitting your questions to the panelists through the RedTalk live blog.
Learn more about the 8th of May live webcast.
Webcast and live blog – 8 May, 2012
- Geneva: 2pm CET (GMT+2)
- Kuala Lumpur: 8pm
- Johannesburg: 2pm
- Budapest: 2pm
- Panama: 7am
3. Use what you’ve learned to act
It’s your move… Turn knowledge into action.
How you can participate in RedTalk #12 on May 8th
RedTalk will be webcast live online from the auditorium of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. All you need to join the webcast is a web browser and a reliable Internet connection. Register now to receive the webcast link.
The webcast will have its own live blog. Use the #RedTalk or #RCRCDay hashtags in your own tweets and they will appear automatically on the live blog. To make a comment or ask a question during the discussion, post via your own Twitter account or directly on the live blog. We encourage you to join the live blog as it will bring together audience members from all over the world.