(Source of story: Sheik Mohammed)
On July 31 2017, NAYMOTE launched the fourth semester of its Young Political Leaders School. U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder was proud to serve as a keynote speaker, along with SRSG Farid Zarif of UNMIL.
In her remarks, she urged, “As the week goes on, don’t forget to seek to understand what you have in common, and how you might come to consensus on issues that evoke strong feelings coming from different positions, but that are important for Liberia and your future. This opportunity for fellowship is one of the most valuable aspects of YLPS.
These skills are important not just in the political realm, but in your everyday lives, families and relationships.” “What you have to say matters, and how you say it matters even more.
By practicing how to engage responsibly, peacefully and transparently in the political process, you will ensure that your voices are not only heard, but also heeded by those in government and the international community.”
Thanks to NAYMOTE for great works!!