The 2010 Youth Dialogue Conference was a success, with 80 youth and adults coming together for a day of sharing, reflection, collaboration, and fun. Participants tackled issues including sexuality, police misconduct, and dating violence, sharing their perspectives and experiences and learning more about other points of view. They created intergenerational spaces of open, honest communication, as both youth and adults expressed their opinions and explored together how to change the world. As one young man reflected, his experience at the conference taught him about "the power to connect people, and the necessity of it."
Our thanks go out to everyone who made the conference such a fantastic event, especially the young people and adults from EARS, Global Kids, Mott Hall High School, ACE, and the Osborne Association, who presented excellent workshops. We'd also like to thank all of the participants for their enthusiasm, inspiration, and determination to create a better world.
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