Maged Sultan

Youth Without Borders Organization for Development (YWBOD), Yemen

Maged Sultan is a Yemeni activits and peacebuilding practitioner. He is the Chairman of Youth without Borders Organization for Development, a local NGO which works on youth's empowerment, peacebuilding, coexistence and community peace and security. He holds a Master Degree of Arts in English and works as an expert consultant for various local and international NGOs on peacebuilding and security issues. In addition, he is a trainer on the UN Security Council Resolution on Youth, Peace and Security (UNSCR 2250) and has participated in many national and international peace events. He used to be a columnist for Yemen Times English Newspaper and published over a hundred articles on social, political and youth's issues in Yemen. Maged's work has been devoted to the stability of local communities and has established a wide network with local authorities, activists, journalists and international organizations. He is currently conducting researches on security provision in the city of Taiz and Yemeni youth's engagement in peacebuilding. YWBOD is one of the member organizations of CSPPS in Yemen.

Channeling Local Realities – Civil Society and Power Structures in Syria, Yemen and Libya

Virtual Session 10Translate

How can civil society contribute to conflict management in fragile settings, despite Covid-19? Local peacebuilding practitioners & researchers will share best practices and challenges in pursuing peace and sustainable development

Maged Sultan is a Yemeni activits and peacebuilding practitioner. He is the Chairman of Youth without Borders Organization for Development, a local NGO which works on youth's empowerment, peacebuilding, coexistence and community peace and security. He holds a Master Degree of Arts in English and works as an expert consultant for various local and international NGOs on peacebuilding and security issues. In addition, he is a trainer on the UN Security Council Resolution on Youth, Peace and Security (UNSCR 2250) and has participated in many national and international peace events. He used to be a columnist for Yemen Times English Newspaper and published over a hundred articles on social, political and youth's issues in Yemen. Maged's work has been devoted to the stability of local communities and has established a wide network with local authorities, activists, journalists and international organizations. He is currently conducting researches on security provision in the city of Taiz and Yemeni youth's engagement in peacebuilding. YWBOD is one of the member organizations of CSPPS in Yemen.

Channeling Local Realities – Civil Society and Power Structures in Syria, Yemen and Libya

Virtual Session 10Translate

How can civil society contribute to conflict management in fragile settings, despite Covid-19? Local peacebuilding practitioners & researchers will share best practices and challenges in pursuing peace and sustainable development

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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