ASEAN Youth Forum concludes in Ho Chi Minh City
Welcome participants, to the ASEAN Youth Forum in Malaysia
She added that activities like the ASEAN Youth Forum are absolutely necessary because young Indonesians do not have much access to information on Southeast Asian countries.
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The first ASEAN Youth Forum opened in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday with the participation of 36 representatives who are outstanding youths aged from 18 to 30 from seven Southeast Asian countries.
This year, Malaysia is the host for ASEAN Summit and the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will be officially launched by this year too.
If you are interested in upholding human rights, youth voices and a better ASEAN, come and join us at the ASEAN Youth Forum 2015 in Malaysia!
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We thank all of you for your enthusiasm and support for applying the ASEAN Japan Youth Forum. Please be informed that all selected participants of Batch 2 has been contacted personally through email. Should you not receive any email, we would like to confirm that you did not get selected. However, we look forward to see you in some other occasion.The ASEAN Youth Forum 2012 under the theme “The Roles of Youth in ASEAN Community” was officially opened by H.E. Mr Im Sethy, Minister of Education, Youth and Sports, Kingdom of Cambodia, at Phnom Penh hotel last week.This year, the Brunei Youth Council selected 3 participants from Brunei to attend the 6th ASEAN Youth Forum which was held in Yangon, Myanmar from 16th to 19th March 2014. The delegation was led by Khairunnisa Ash’ari from the Brunei Youth Council and included Faizul H. Ibrahim, a 4th Year Sociology and Anthropology Student from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Rachel Lai, a 3rd Year Medical student from PAPRSB Institute of Health Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam.The ASEAN Youth Forum (AYF) is honoured to be invited for an official meeting with all ten of the ASEAN government leaders on 11th May 2014. This is the first time that the ASEAN Summit has provided a space for the ASEAN Youth Forum to share the most pressing issues and urgent needs of the youth in the region […]Since 2009, the ASEAN Youth Forum has served as a platform for youth empowerment and engagement across Southeast Asia. In addition, the forum aims to provide an avenue for young representatives to identify and define issues, challenges, strategies and the realities faced by their communities. It is hoped that this exposure will influence greater youth participation in regional and national policy making processes.