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24 Aug 2019 - 24 Aug 2019 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Academic Research - Center for sustainable Development Studies | Lecture | Open For Public

Held as part of the Youth and Environment Program, the event will discuss different scientific topics.


24 Aug 2019 - 24 Aug 2019 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Academic Research - Center for sustainable Development Studies | Lecture | Open For Public

Launched in 2002, the Youth for Environmental Sustainability and Better Understanding (YESBU) is a program targeting young people from 13 to 17 years old. It aims to raise environmental awareness among youth, encourage scientific thinking and youth engagement, and encourage team work.


24 Aug 2019 - 24 Aug 2019 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Academic Research - Center for sustainable Development Studies | Lecture | Open For Public

African League of Young Masters (ALYM) was launched in July 2011 under the umbrella of the Youth and Environment Programs. This program is mainly directed at African students studying in the Alexandrina University. It aims to open channels of communication between those African students and their Egyptians peers through ...


3 Aug 2019 - 3 Aug 2019 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Academic Research - Center for sustainable Development Studies | Lecture | Open For Public

Launched in 2002, the Youth for Environmental Sustainability and Better Understanding (YESBU) is a program targeting young people from 13 to 17 years old. It aims to raise environmental awareness among youth, encourage scientific thinking and youth engagement, and encourage team work.


3 Aug 2019 - 3 Aug 2019 | Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Academic Research - Center for sustainable Development Studies | Lecture | Open For Public

African League of Young Masters (ALYM) was launched in July 2011 under the umbrella of the Youth and Environment Programs. This program is mainly directed at African students studying in the Alexandrina University. It aims to open channels of communication between those African students and their Egyptians peers through ...