L Randolph Carter
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Daily Youth News - June 20, 2011

'Retain unemployed youth in country' Himalayan Times “It will definitely give better results in retaining youth in villages and increasing productivity of agriculture and industrial sector,” Shrestha said, adding that retaining youths in villages is…
Note posted by L Randolph Carter Jun 20

Daily Youth News - June 17,2011

Michelle Obama's trip to southern Africa to focus on youth (CNN) -- First lady Michelle Obama's official trip to southern Africa next week will focus on youth leadership and education, and will include meetings with key figures in the anti-aparthei…
Note posted by L Randolph Carter Jun 17

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6/13/2011   'Yemeni youth are guarding the revolution' Aljazeera.net http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/features/2011/06/20116101015017996.html The watershed moment that would mark a major turning point in the conflict was the March 18 attack agai…
Note posted by L Randolph Carter Jun 13
L Randolph Carter left a comment for Elisheva Cohen
Elisheva,   Welcome to the network!  We look forward to your participation  and collaboration.   L Randolph Carter - Center For Peacebuilding International
Jan 25
L Randolph Carter replied to Cybele Cochran's discussion '2011 World Youth Survey by the Fondation pour l'innovation politique'
Cybele,    This is great! I quickly skimmed through it and I am happy  to see that it covers a lot of the areas(geographic) and topics that are talked about less frequently. Thanks for the resource.   Randolph
Jan 25
L Randolph Carter left a comment for John Williamson
John,    Welcome to the network!  It was unfortunate that you couldn't be a part of the recent symposium in DC. There were some intense  discussions!  I will be in touch.
Jan 25

Great Lakes Policy Forum at John Hopkins University- Washington DC

February 3, 2011 from 9:30am to 11:30am
Stuck: Youth in Rwanda
Event posted by L Randolph Carter Jan 25
L Randolph Carter left a comment for Jessica C. Oliver
Jessica,   Welcome to the Network and it was a pleasure meeting you in DC. I look forward to our continued collaboration.
Jan 25
L Randolph Carter replied to Cybele Cochran's discussion 'USAID Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation Technical Brief on Youth Bulges'
This is a good overview. I've forwarded it to the organizing team for the Nairobi symposium which will be on the Youth Bulge.  Thanks for this.
Jan 25
Cybele Cochran left a comment for L Randolph Carter
Thank you Randolph! It was a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to collaborating in the future!
Jan 25
L Randolph Carter left a comment for Cybele Cochran
Cybele,   Welcome to the Network! It was wonderful having you at the symposium and I look forward to being in touch.   Regards,  Randolph
Jan 25
L Randolph Carter is now a member of Network for Youth in Transition Apr 11, 2010

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Please share a short bio for yourself. This should be no more than 3-4 short paragraphs.
For nearly 2 decades, I have worked with children and youth in several parts of the world in peace education, conflict resolution, trauma counseling, self esteem building, and reintegration programs. Prior to joining CPBI as Program Advisor, I served as Child Protection Coordinator of the International Rescue Committee - Uganda, Head of the Children and Youth Division of Search For Common Ground, Co-Chair for the Washington Network on Children and Armed Conflict and co-Founder of the National Association of Palava Managers, a Liberian youth initiative that conducts conflict resolution and peacebuilding work in schools and communities in Liberia.

As a consultant, I have provided technical assistance to organizations such as the The United States Institute of Peace, USAID (Displaced Children and Orphans fund), United Nations Development Program (UNDP), US Department of Labor (International Labor Affairs Bureau), and the Youth Initiative of Open Sociey Foundations
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you have direct and significant expertise
West Africa(Liberia, Sierra Leone), East Africa (Uganda)
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Center For Peacebuilding international
What are your main skills/expertise?
Organzational developement(around engaging and/manstreaming children and youth), facilitation, program development and implementation, program evaluation, staff capacity building(round children and youth programming), fundraising
What are Your expertise areas/sectors when it comes to youth
DDR, Peacebuilding, Education, Gender, Media, Humanitarian Relief, Development, Protection, Livelihoods, Psychosocia, Leadership
What are Your primary Skills, to compliment Your areas/sectors
Capacity Building, Evaluation, Fundraising, Program Management, Program Administration, Program Design, Public Relations, Training

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At 10:35am on January 25, 2011, Cybele CochranCybele Cochran said…
Thank you Randolph! It was a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to collaborating in the future!


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