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A report back session to the youth of South Africa. National Youth Parliament Project Prepared by the National Youth Commission to the JMC meeting, 21 February 2003, Cape Town. Project Objectives. To report on the work of the NYC to the youth To analyse the State of the Youth in South Africa

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A report back session to the youth of south africa

A report back session to the youth of South Africa

National Youth Parliament Project

Prepared by the National Youth Commission to the JMC meeting, 21 February 2003, Cape Town


Project objectives

Project Objectives

  • To report on the work of the NYC to the youth

  • To analyse the State of the Youth in South Africa

  • Strengthen the lobby for implementation of National Youth Service.

  • Promote the youth sector’s understanding of Parliament as part of the key institutions entrusted with upholding democratic values and principles


Description

Description

  • More than 100 youth leaders drawn from various youth organisations will assemble in Parliament on Tuesday, 26 June 2003 for the debate.

  • This will be preceded by a tour of Parliament as well as a cocktail dinner hosted by the Speaker of Parliament /JMC on 25 June 2003 (not yet confirmed)


Partnerships

Partnerships

  • The Speaker of Parliament will be approached to request support to ensure success. We rely on the JMC to open the doors to Parliament. Support required involves accessing a venue for the meeting in Parliament, hosting of the co cocktail dinner as well as arranging of the tour.

  • SAA and Transnet will be approached to sponsor traveling of the delegates from various parts of the country to Cape Town.

  • Various hotels will be approached in order to negotiate a deal for reasonable accommodation.


Operational plan

Operational plan

1. February

  • Table the proposal to the JMC

  • Write to the Speaker of Parliament

  • Write to the Transnet CEO

    2. March & April

  • NYC edits the State of the Youth Report

  • Printing of the report

  • Consultation with youth organisations and other stakeholders

    3. May & June

  • Invitation to youth organisations and guests

  • Media campaign

  • Liase with all partners on final detail

  • Confirm travel and accommodation arrangements for all delegates

  • Arrange for audio-documentation of the youth parliament


Budget

Budget

  • Travel by for 50 delegates @ R400 per person = R20 000

  • 2 night accommodation for 70 delegates at a cost of R300 per person (including meals) = R 42 000

  • Development of corporate materials (banner, t-shirts, bags etc) for 100 delegates @ R100 per person = R10 000

  • Evening cocktail costs @R100 per person X 100 = R10 000

  • Entertainment (local performing group) = R5 000

  • Audio visual recording estimated @ R5000

  • Hiring of 2 buses for local transportation estimated @ R5000

    Total costs = R97 000


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