Participants of the Doha Youth Forum on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice presented their final recommendations to a number of government officials and UN representatives during the closing ceremony of the Forum.
The 18 comprehensive solutions will be presented to the 13th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, which is taking place in Qatar as the Doha Youth Forum Declaration.
The Doha Youth Forum was jointly organized by Qatar Foundation in cooperation with the Organising Committee for the 13th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Over the last three days, 150 delegates from a variety of educational backgrounds, nationalities, and of various ages, diligently worked together to create a list of 18 tangible and realistic solutions designed to address global challenges in crime prevention and criminal justice. The event took place at the Qatar National Convention Centre.
The Forum encouraged participants to think creatively and it served as an opportunity to nurture and develop the local youth, in line with Qatar Foundation’s overarching mission of unlocking human potential and promoting a culture of excellence.
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