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Because it’s not all about being here in NY; I would actually say that it’s mostly about what you do back home because you’re representing the youth of your country.Did you have a consultation period when you were selected and when you came to NY for the GA?But while being here and seeing the way you communicate and collaborate with other young people from all around the world, it gives you an impulse to act more when back home.I also feel happy and somehow lucky because the Youth Delegate Programme is being implemented by around 30 countries.I’m still a president of the student’s club in my University.I was tackling at that moment with the national youth strategy because I was part of the National Dialogue Group. I had been in so many youth exchanges around the world.So, I think that most of these skills and abilities made me capable enough of being selected.Can you tell us more about how the programme is promoted in Romania?

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After we returned in October from New York, we did national consultations.Cosmin: After the selection process we had a consultation period for about a month in which we managed to approach a lot of Romanian NGOs, student federations, and youth NGOs.So, basically this was the consultation process with representatives of NGOs in Romania before coming last October to the GA.What were the highlights of those talks that you had with people?Cosmin: I wouldn’t say that there were things that surprised me or that we didn’t know about them, but we put more emphasis in what we intended to promote, such as the priority or the real need of an adaptive system education in Romania and prioritizing youth in the national public agenda.

After we returned in October from New York, we did national consultations.

Cosmin: After the selection process we had a consultation period for about a month in which we managed to approach a lot of Romanian NGOs, student federations, and youth NGOs.

So, basically this was the consultation process with representatives of NGOs in Romania before coming last October to the GA.

What were the highlights of those talks that you had with people?

Cosmin: I wouldn’t say that there were things that surprised me or that we didn’t know about them, but we put more emphasis in what we intended to promote, such as the priority or the real need of an adaptive system education in Romania and prioritizing youth in the national public agenda.

Was there anything that surprised you during the consultations?