Youth as Agents of Behavioural Change (YABC) in South Asia, IFRC

YABC is the IFRC’s flagship initiative on the promotion of a culture of non-violence and peace. It was created in 2008 for youth and with youth from Red Cross and Red Crescent worldwide. YABC empowers them to take up an ethical leadership role in inspiring a positive transformation of mindsets, attitudes and behaviours within themselves and their community. It is built on three pillars: youth empowerment, operating from inner peace and reaching out to the community.

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