international forum with youth from different countries all around the world to share experiences of disasters and to develop realistic action plans to rebuild communities that meet the needs and aspirations of young people.
At LBD3 there will be more experts interacting with young professionals and youth, and the geographical focus is global. The forum will also count as 2 credits towards a University Certificate in Community and Peace (and implementing the action plan developed at LBD3 will count as a further 2 credits). Presenters will include leading global experts, as well as some previous LBD participants presenting the implementation of their action plans. Many new participants with experiences from rebuilding communities will join the LBD network in the Kobe meeting from other communities around the world.
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