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The creative workshop is being held today for young Territorians as part of National Youth Week and the outfits will go on display in a catwalk parade tomorrow night.
RAMALLAH, November 14, 2012 (WAFA) - Thousands of Palestinians Wednesday rallied across the West Bank and blocked roads used by Jewish settlers as part of an activity marking the National Youth Week, which coincides with the declaration of independence.
Coordinator of Palestinian National Youth Week, Munther Abu Amirah, said in an interview with our reporter that these events will continue until the expulsion of the Israeli occupation from the Palestinian territories, stressing that this land is a Palestinian land and the occupation and settlers must leave.
As a means to use the launch to engage the youth community I suggested that we hold the launch in the last week of May and include it as part of Dunedin's national youth week activities.
The Prince's Trust Scotland launched National Youth Week in November last year to highlight the positive contributions young people make to their communities.
Jackie Tyler, Prince's Trust north west regional director, said: "What a fantastic end to the Prince's Trust's first national Youth Week, which has challenged negative perceptions about young people.
The findings coincide with The Prince's Trust's first national Youth Week which seeks to challenge negative perceptions of young people and encourage them to gain skills and confidence by taking part in trust programmes.
During the conference, which coincided with National Youth Week, they heard young people from across Teesside speak about their impressive work and learned the importance of engaging with young people on issues affecting them in society.