Youth Leadership Development Programme (YLDP)

The collaboration with young leaders should be intensified. Therefore, the Youth Leadership Development Programme (YLDP) is designed to enhance leadership capacities of emerging youth leaders by equipping them with a unique set of skills required to better achieve their aspirations and fulfil their desired role in society. It is a deliberate non-partisan project reflecting political pluralism and pluralistic societies through promoting the core ideas and values of social democracy - freedom, justice and solidarity.

The Objectives of the YLDP are:

  • To develop a cadre of future political and social leaders from different political persuasions and different walks of life.
  • To provide young, aspiring leaders with essential leadership skills including cognitive skills and factual knowledge on issues of local and international politics and economics as well as increased consciousness regarding the consequences of own actions and inactions.
  • To promote the core values of social justice and democracy.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us via yldp(at)fes-zambia.org

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung 
Zambia Office 

5583 Great East Road
P.O. Box 30554
Kalundu
Lusaka

+260 211 295615/6
+260 211 293557

info(at)fes-zambia.org


Events

  • Wednesday, 05.06.19 - Lusaka, Zambia | Event

    ZCTU Workshop on the New Employment Code Act

    The Zambian government through Ministry of Labour and Social Security and in consultation with other stake holders decided to merge all employment...

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  • Monday, 11.03.19 to Friday, 22.03.19 - New York | Event

    63rd United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

    Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and its partners that include the Ministry of Gender and the Ministry of Labour and Social Services the African...

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  • Wednesday, 06.03.19 - Kitwe, Zambia | Event

    SACCORD: Interactive Forum on Checks and Balances

    Many civil and political activists believe the increasing levels of political violence are bad signals for a democracy like Zambia's.

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  • Tuesday, 26.02.19 to Wednesday, 27.02.19 - Kitwe, Zambia | Event

    National Union of Commercial and Industrial Workers (NUCIW) capacity building workshop

    The National Union of Commercial and Industrial Workers faces numerous challenges in effectively representing the worker’s interests and rights in...

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  • Wednesday, 27.03.19 - Lusaka | Event

    Workshop for ZCTU constituencies on Curbing IFFs

    Taxation of Multinationals, especially the mining sector has for most times been at the center of hullabaloo in Zambia.

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