To host the Youth As Researchers (YAR) Global Knowledge-Sharing Meeting ‘Addressing the impact of COVID-19 on Youth’. Involving youth researchers, technical advisers, and diplomats over three days.
Presentation of key research findings.
Regional sessions to discuss research findings for the specific regions.
Thematic research sessions.
Networking sessions that encourage information sharing between Youth Researchers and Technical Advisers.
Bespoke UNESCO event platform
The first public opportunity to discuss the YAR findings, and a Research2Action Space to discuss how to translate YAR recommendations into action.
YAR participants, coordinators, UNESCO steering committee, and UNESCO & YAR partners.
WHAT WE DID
Grooveyard managed and delivered on all aspects of the global UNESCO Youth as Researchers (YAR) on COVID-19 Knowledge Sharing Meeting. Working with the UNESCO team in Bangkok, USA, and UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
This 3 day live event was 100% virtual and involved 25 live sessions with a custom-built platform available in both English and French.
The bespoke platform also featured engagement elements including chat functionality and poll functions so attendees could respond in real-time for the panelists to discuss throughout the sessions.
DESIGN AND BRANDING OF BESPOKE VIRTUAL EVENT PLATFORM
DESIGN AND BRANDING
DATA AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
GLOBAL SPEAKER MANAGEMENT
LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT
BOOKING AND MANAGING OF BROADCASTING STUDIO
FACILITATION OF MULTILINGUE LIVE INTERPRETATION
ON-DEMAND PLAYBACK OF SESSIONS
END TO END SEAMLESS DELIVERY
144 global speakers with sessions that were delivered across multiple regions and time zones including – Africa, Asia & Pacific, Arab States, Latin America, North America & Europe regions in both English and French. 1,200 registrants viewing over 35 hours of live-streamed content.