Fafale leads discussion on youth issues in 12th Parliament induction

BY NED GAGAHE

Solomon Islands National Youth Congress (SINYC) Board Treasurer Shona Fafale has presented a comprehensive case study on youth issues, highlighting both the challenges and opportunities facing young people in Solomon Islands at the 12th Parliament Induction.

In a statement SINYC said “We are proud to be part of the 12th Parliament Induction, Orientation, and Ongoing Professional Development Program for MPs.

“Today, Members of Parliament delved into policy and legislation with a special emphasis on youth issues in the Solomon Islands.

“National Youth Congress Board Treasurer Ms Shona Fafale, was a part of the insightful session.

“She presented a comprehensive case study on youth issues, highlighting both the challenges and opportunities facing young people in Solomon Islands.

“Ms Fafale’s expertise and passion for youth advocacy provided MPs with a deeper understanding of the critical role they play in shaping policies that directly impact Solomon Island’s young generation.

“She emphasized the importance of engaging youth in the legislative process and ensuring their voices are heard.

Meanwhile, contributions from Professor Aidan Craney and Dr. Cendrick Alependava, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs offered valuable perspectives on effectively addressing youth-related policies.

“We extend our sincere thanks to the National Parliament of Solomon Islands for inviting us to be part of the 12th Parliament Induction, Orientation, and Ongoing Professional Development Program.

“It was an honor to contribute to the insightful discussions on youth issues, and we are grateful for the opportunity.” The statement said.

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