Table Reflection by participants on 8th Global Conference on Human Development

“ What are memories of events for you this week? Who are people who stand out for you? What words, phrases, images, sounds, tastes that bring out memories in you?What were moments of emotion for you? Emotions in others you experienced?What insights did you get this week? What are the ideas for human emergence that might lead to a world that works?What promise would you share? What name would you give this week and share with the world? “ These questions were discussed and the participants summarized and shared their best moment of the conference:

 

 

Reflection

 

Human Development

Transformation

Building a Global Community

One earth, One Dream, One team

Global Effort for sustainable Development

We Care Together

Our Commitment for our common Task

Globally sharing Ideas, Knowledge and Issues

Man and Woman are equal

Posted: 11-02-2012 4:54 PM by Deepshikha with no comments

Theme Report of Reshaping education for the 21st century

Here is the theme report of  one of theme of 8th Global Conference on Human Development, Reshaping education for the 21st century;

 

Highlights:highlights

•1st Nepali Pecha Kucha – Dasrath Neupane

•Workshop Issues/innovations

•Participants are rich resource and continue to be

•Primary school visit + KU visits

•Voice threads

•Amplification of individual resources by collective group of learners

•Began community of learners

•Discovery of common problems

•Common values/issues/solutions

•Private education is leading in solutions

•Global sharing of issues and problems

•Diversity represented by the group

•Problem-solving approach – top participatory methods

•Idea expression and sharing made Trusting, safe atmosphere

•Global community of learners

 

Breakthroughs:brek

•Products of workshops

•See how issues all related

•Consensus on language used to describe education

•Sharing – culture, etc. - All welcome

•Visits were our lab and then structuring our vision, issues,& saw new models of learning with our innovations

•Whole-picture conference

•Consensus building process learned a lot from all

•Design itself – built a common memory with practioner workshop and academic presentation

•Cross-theme thinking

•Become virtually connected community – others may now join

•We were a classroom learning from each other – virtual and actual

•Modeled 21st century model of collaboration

 

Resolutions:resolutions

•Abandon punitive practices/adopt restorative practice

•Act on areas of innovations

•Equitable access to education for all

•Continue to be both teachers and learners

•Grow this community – share

•Concrete community of practice “Developing a global relational inquiry-based learning community” - restorative practice

•Keep education real ie perceive, understand, apply

•Connect to ourselves and our situation out of broad themes

•Connect curriculum to direct employment (relevant to each sector)

•Connect to actual work

•Assessment, evaluation, reflection (group and whole conference

•Work in collaboration with global stake holders (face-to-face and virtual)

•Continue innovation to reshape education and share and collaborate, Nepal, India, USA, Australia, Malaysia, etc.

 

Personal Reflection:

From what you just heard, what actions do you feel personally moved to take to support these directions

Posted: 11-02-2012 3:41 PM by Aashish Shrestha with no comments

Theme: Resourcing human development

Highlights of the presentation:

•There is one sky, both stars, moon is equal to them. Like that men and women are equal. SAM_3421

•Women and men have to develop world by working together. Both must know how to fight for their rights.

•There is only two caste in this world; male and female. Both have to work for the development of this world.

•8TH Global Conference taught that man and women are equal and both have to work for the development of the world .

 

RESOLUTION 1

Self Help:

•Build self reliance through effective local resource mobilization and training.

Local Empowerment:

•Best resources come from partnership and training through leadership development and creating people institutions.

Social Accountability:

•Raise awareness through training and partnering with local government CSO s, CBOs, and local community to create transparent and a catalyst social agents towards empowerment.

RESOLUTION 2

THE INVOLVEMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN ADOPTION OF SOLAR AND BIO-GAS TECHNOLOGIES BECAUSE:

1.They conserve the environment

2.They are cost effective

3.They save time

4.They promote carbon reduction to the atmosphere.

5.They are not harmful to our health.

RESOLUTION 3

•Must use radio, Television, word of mouth to educate workers about working overseas

•Role of timely, accurate and relevant information is essential for human development. For that, advertising message and media must be used properly.

•Local Government must use different models to mobilize local finance for local development

•Competencies of local organizations like chamber of commerce must be utilized for human development

Posted: 11-01-2012 10:17 PM by muna with no comments

Theme Report : Viable future for planet Earth

This team lead by Ms Pamela consist of people who love the planet earth very very dearly. They started their report with a poem showing their concern for the Earth - the changing seasons, what were we doing when the mammals, bird were on the verge of the extinction.

Mr. Joseph Taylor from ICA-Chicago presented about the Theme Highlights. The theme highlights included :

-Environmental development through participation of all (castes, women and children) together without distinction in creating a more viable planet

-Community-based participation in teaching and learning to answer health and environmental issues

-Renewable energies such as: Hydro, Bio-gas, Solar, Wind, Water-harvesting


Mr. Taylor

 

 

Another team member explained the ‘Key insights or breakthroughs in thinking’:

-Invite people to join as holistic environment system in flexible-flow oriented ways

-Work cooperatively and interdependently, not linearly.

-Open and honest constructive engagement is needed at all levels of society about: what is happening, what lead to it and what can be done?

 

Viable

Ms. Nina explained about the ‘Recommended Key Actions’:

- Facilitate “constructive engagement” between ALL stakeholders (people, CSOs/NGOs, government, internal/external donors, environmental scientists, etc.) to promote good governance and ensure accountability

- Identify and develop incentives of a sustainable lifestyle and community (i.e. organic farming)

- Advocate for systemic change through environmental & social justice education & community leadership training

Ms Nina

Posted: 11-02-2012 3:47 PM by Deepshikha with no comments

Youth Group Report : 8th Global Conference on Human Development

Youth Group Presented its report on 8th Global Conference on Human Development on the final day of the conference on 2nd November, 2012.

The report of the Youth Group can be summed up in the following words:

Youth ConferenceDeepak Adhikari

•Request for the volunteerism policy and engaged unemployment youth as volunteer.

•Promote public services engaging youth as volunteers.

•Increase the no of benefits for the volunteers.

•Assuming social responsibility to encourage youth volunteerism for local development

•Enhancing self esteem, sense of usefulness and inclusiveness in youth.

•Nurture the youth to be caring and responsible citizens.

•In conclusion, volunteerism can be used as a tool to encourage significant and profound engagement among youth in building the community and nation as a whole.

 

Visioning Sustained Planet EarthPresenting Youth Report

•Policy advocacy in 1. taxation of carbon emission 2. carbon reduction compensation.

•1-10 policy (1 household to plant 10 trees.)

•Recycling of the waste materials.

•Promotion of organic farming

•Promoting carbon reduction technologies.

•Garbage management programs

•Roof gardening

•Advocacy for natural resources for social development policy. # Wildlife conservation for free education and improve health care.

•Advocating for national budgets that are natural conservation compliant.

 

Rising Influence of Social Media

•Social media has to be social inclusive of educative than entertainment focused.

•Kindness campaign can be started for the change and revolution.

•Petitions and causes campaign from and to government including social interaction with youth and community.

•Government initiative towards portals that are well updated and resourceful.

•Youth information centers all across Nepal being web access can have small to extensive trainings.

•Local to national interaction through social media to bring attention to Go and international Communities.

 

Promoting Youth Leadership

•Must be facilitative and encouraging

•Must Inspire to be positive directed, transform thoughts, reframe mind sets, integrate courage lead, capacity building

•With Leadership role in Research and Pertinent issues and information dissemination.

 

The blog will continue with the Personal Reflection: what do you heard, what action do you feel you can take.

Posted: 11-02-2012 2:51 PM by Aashish Shrestha with no comments

Theme Report:Peace Building and Good Governance Resolution

Here  is the theme report on one of the major themes in 8th Annual Human Development Conference

 

 

The presentation started with 3’s  that is song for peace,symbol for peace and performance for peace.The song for peace started with “open the doors of peace…”The highlights of presentation are listed below:

What are the steps that promote the journey to the future state of Nepal in 2062? Picture1

 

•Knowledge sharing between people and leaders about what’s happening now in Nepal

•Love your enemy

•Prepare for the creation of a new constitution

•Law and order

•Knowledge sharing between people and leaders about what’s happening now in Nepal

•Accountability’

•Education to policy makers about the county and peace and good governance

•Heal ourselves within to release dis-ease

•Look for answers within yourself

•Communication – What’s happening

•Discourage internal conflict

•Penalize ineffective political leaders

•Work with trustworthy political leaders

•Share approaches that work

•Information, communication, technology for education

•Technology and knowledge transfer plus implementations

 

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Personal Reflection

From what you just heard, what actions do you feel personally moved to take to support these directions?

Posted: 11-02-2012 3:35 PM by saurav_b with no comments

Interview with Ms. Pamela Bergdall : Theme Leader ‘Viable Future for planet Earth’


She is one of the theme leader from USA. Her topic is ‘Viable Future for planet Earth’.

According to her the effectiveness of the conference, field visit, power point and discussions can’t be expressed at the present but it depends on how the human(participants) acts in the future.


 

Ms Pamela

The best part of the conference as for her is the team work of the team members. The team members were very active and the discussions, presentations and the field visit were very informative and entertaining. They went to eco-home and organic farms. The best part of her time in Nepal was when she met the farmers in Nepal.

She believes that farmers are the protector of the wealth of Nepal. They protect the trees, soil, water, seeds and many other necessities. The farmers are the protector because they have to take care of the seeds, regrow them and reproduce. They help to increase the ability of the earth to provide more for the well being. She wants the food to be organic and not using of pesticides and all.


By:
Deepshikha Khadgi
Bibek Shrestha

Posted: 11-02-2012 3:17 PM by Deepshikha with no comments

BOOK LAUNCH in 8th Global Conference on Human Development

 

Another most exciting thing to be remembered in the conference was the book launch. ”Journey of ICA (Institute of Cultural Affairs)”.This book was edited by Dr.Tatwa Parsad Timsina and Dashrath Neupane from Nepal. The main theme of this book is ‘CHANGING LIFES CHANGING SOCIETIES’.

                Honorable Chief guest Mr. Jhalnath Khanal launched the book and according to him in his own language:

“8th Global Conference on Human Development is the important gathering of thinkers. Global development conference has been organized for the first time in Nepal with the important topic about Humanity. Firstly I would like to talk about economy, economic activities has been seen being greatly influenced from western countries to Asia. Even if there are much more resources we are not being able to promote and effectively utilize our resources like water. We can achieve sustainable development by taking common people in path for developmental works. Secondly, Education system needs to be reformed with conducive environment. Without democracy peace is not possible and without peace development cannot be imagined. We are facing several environmental issues like glacial melt, depletion due to global warming. So, let’s   work together on the future of our mother planet earth. I wish the conference a grand success.”

 

               

Posted: 10-30-2012 8:08 AM by muna with no comments

8th Global Conference on Human Development Kicks Off

8th Global Conference on Human Development kicked off Today at Kathmandu amid a function at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, inaugurated by Former Prime Minister and UML-Chairman Mr. Jhal Nath Khanal. The conference started at 2:00PM with the Welcome to Dignitaries to Stage. The panel of guest of the conference includes; Mr. Jhal Nath Khanal, Former Prime Minister and Chairman of UML; Dr. Tatwa P. Timsina, ICA Nepal Chairman; Mr. Lawrence Philbrook, ICA International President; Ms. Janet Sanders; Kushendra Mahat of ICA; and some of other dignitaries.

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The conference started with the welcome speech of Dr. Tatwa Koirala of ICA, he cordially welcomed the the guests and the participants and explained about the global network of ICA in developing and developed country. Dr. Koirala represented the scenario of ICA and described about the work ICA is doing for the human development. Dr. Koirala quoted, “Lets make world a Livable Planet” by discussions and resolutions in the 5 days of the conference. He hoped the event will be of learning, sharing, entertaining an networking, and lastly he wished for enjoyable and happy 5 days during the event.

 

In the conference, Mr. Larry Philbrook, Chairperson, ICA- international was 2nd facilitator following Dr. Timisina. He began his presentation with a rhyme which goes like

"I'm the greatest, you are the greatest, that's the life it is
When you know it, when you show it, you're free to live it"

Also, he introduced about the history of ICA and discussed journey of 8th Global Research Conference. Another topic of discussion was the Youth Culture course where it was discussed how could we (youth) take responsibility of being youth.The organization has been working together for unleashing and promoting of human capacity for sustainable development. He concluded with saying” One team, One dream” which was said by one of his client form Japan.

 

Ms. Janet Sanders from Jean Houston foundation, Oregon, explained the details of the whole conference and the plans for the coming years. She thanked ICA Nepal and the team for being able to organize the conference and expressed her gratitude for the conference. She gave a brief idea about the the human development and the role of everyone to contribute towards the development of human.

 

The blog will continue with the ideas and expressions of Mr. Jhal Nath Khanal and the Book Launch at the conference..

Posted: 10-28-2012 9:40 PM by Aashish Shrestha with no comments

8th Global Conference on Human Development : Views of the Participants

8th Global Conference is about to kick off at Hotel Soltee Crowne Plaza. We had the chance to connect with some of the participants just before the conference.We have participants from all over the world

Mr. Lloyd Philbrook is from Firebelly Design, Bali, Indonesia. He is here to participate at the conference and also providing the technical support. He is monitoring the technical part and doing his best effort so that everything goes smoothly. As a participant, he wants to know the interesting ideas about how people are connecting with the different cultures.



From ICA-Bangladesh, we have Mohammad Eakisl Islam. He is here for the Social theme and wants to connect the whole world and do better for the world. So, he is looking forward for the support from this conference for his mission.

Mr. Dasarath Neupane, another participant in the conference is the teacher from Trilok School Kathmandu. His theme is Education and his subject is School Bullying in Nepal. He expects the global motto to reshape the 21st century education.

Also we have, Mr and Mrs Persichetti from USA. Mr Persichetti is here to learn about the ICA global community and has special interest in world peace and individuals help. So, from this conferencee he wants to know about the tools that we can use as individuals for creating cities of peace. On the other hand, Mrs Persichetti  is here to make new friends and to meet old friends. She wants to know what's going around the world and what are the plans of ICA from future and her theme is Leadership. She wants to know how can we create a better future.

Then we have Ms. Pratima Biswas Rai from Dharan, Nepal. Her theme is social artistry. As a social artist, she believes she can get new skills and knowledge as we have different people from different parts of the world in this conference.

Mr. Dhundi Raj Dahal is from Building Design Authority Private limited. His theme is environment and subject Case Study of Melamchi Water Supply project. He expects that this conference will deliver the major issues on environment.

According to Mr. Tej Bahadur, one of the organizer there are 84 foreign participants and 120 nepali participants in the conference.

 

-Information collected by Bibek Shrestha

 

 

 

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Posted: 10-29-2012 2:31 PM by Deepshikha with no comments

8th Global Conference on Human Development

imageWith six different global themes on human development, the Institute of Cultural Affairs is organizing the 8th Global Conference on Human Development from Today, October 29, 2012 at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu. Since 1984, the Institute of Cultural Affairs International has hosted seven international conferences concerned with the human factor in development and reemergence of civil society. These conferences were highly participatory and focused on practical sharing of approaches that work. Interchange, dialogue and designing creative responses to particular areas of concern in society are the aims of ICA conferences. 

This time, the conference is supposed to be more high-end as this is after the grand success of international pre-conference on youth organized on October 27-28, at Alfa Beta Complex, Kathmandu. The 8th Global Conference on Human Development kicking off from today will be focused on six different themes, that are noted as;

  • Growing a New Sense of Leadership
  • Reshaping Education for the 21st Century
  • Promoting Peace Building and Good Governance
  • Building a Viable Future for Planet Earth
  • Building Strategies for Comprehensive Development
  • Resourcing Human Development

Meanwhile, Microsoft Student Partners, Aashish Shrestha, Deepshikha Khadgi, Muna Pokharel, Bibek Shrestha and Saurav Bajracharya will be Blogging and Live Video Streaming on 8th Global Conference on Human Development from Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu. The Blogs will be posted Today, 2:00PM onwards at : http://technetnepal.net/blogs/youth and the Live Video Conferencing will be online during the conference hours at : http://technetnepal.net/live.html . Please do watch and view :) The conference is being supported by Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal.

Posted: 10-29-2012 1:00 PM by Aashish Shrestha with no comments

My experience in the two days youth conference on Human Development

The two days youth conference on Human Development at alpha Beta Complex was motivational and inspiring a part from volunteering the conference. Actually, we had been there for live blogging and live video streaming and this made us more professional in case of live blogging . In the conference, we’ve got chance to know various issues regarding the youth, volunteerism, leadership, impact of social networking sites on the youth. And this conference was also special because it was first international youth conference ever happened in Nepal by various international facilitators. All of the facilitators tried to make the conference more dramatic rather than making only theoretical by making audience to participate and interact. A quote “One team, one dream” told by Mr. Kabindra Burlakoti during the conference encourage me into deep corner of my heart to have unity among all of us(youth), in fact all of the people over the world. I’m pretty sure, after the conference, every participants had been energized to do something being youth.

For more information regarding the conference, you can log in to website: http://www.technetnapal.net/blogsIMG_3801

Also, I am grateful to our Allen sir for providing this opportunity and my friends (Puja Shrestha , Bibek Shrestha and Saurav Bajracharya) for making this blogging activity successful.

 

Regards,

Julina Maharjan

Posted: 10-28-2012 4:43 PM by Julina with no comments

Overview of Youth Conference on Human Development Day 1

DAY 1: KICK OFF

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As ICA 8th International Youth Conference on Human development, which was conducted 27th and 28th October 2012 at Alpha Beta Complex, New Baneshwor, Nepal, has come to an extremely successful end, here is a brief overview of the program.

The main objective of this conference was to build a global network of youth leaders, actively exerting in the field of human factor development. Diversified participants were observed from schools, high schools, universities, organizations and rotaract clubs from all over the world.

The conference started with Dr. Tatwa P. Timsina, Chairperson of ICA Nepal which was followed by Mr. Larry Philbrook, Chairperson of ICA- International who started with an interesting ryhme
”I’m the greatest, you are the greatest, that’s the life it is
When you know, when you show it, you’re free to live it”
Mr. Philbrook talked about the responsibilities of youth on promoting human capacity for a sustainable development. The phrase he concluded with “One team, One dream” became the punch line for the whole conference.

Mr. Kabindra Burlakoti, President of National Youth Federation Nepal quoted that 40% of the people in Nepal are youth but they cannot participate in the government’s national decision making which has to be changed if this country needs to accelerate in the right direction.

Mr. Sushil Ghimire, Secretary Minister of Youth and Sports, Government of Nepal put his words that this event could be a milestone between the youth and government of Nepal; which seemed to happen in the two days. He also said that youth can bring changes in the democratic situation of Nepal. He strictly quoted that the belief “globalization is westernization” is a wrong notion.

Ms. Staci Kentish, Youth coordinator ICA Canada asked everyone in the conference to be bold and innovative, share ideas and join them to make a greater idea.

 

Theme 1: Promotion of Youth Leadership for Change

Prof. Robertson Work who has 42 years of experience in 55 countries, interestingly started with his introduction and asked everyone in the room to meditate for a while. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe aura of the room seemed to change in a second. He cited the lines “Om Mani Padme Om” and later linked Lord Buddha’s sayings to human development. He expressed his thoughts saying that We need to realize what gives us happiness. He spoke about climate change, fragmentation of nations, population growth, terrorism, scarcity of basic needs and more. Health, education, economy, justice, women rights and child rights were a few that we discussed with the participants who they responded actively. He quoted that we are alive at the most critical  moment of this world where everything is at stake. He told his audience that either we will go up together or fall together.

Theme 2: Visioning Sustained Planet Earth

“A bad attitude is like a flat tire. You won’t be able to go anywhere until you change it” started Mr. Anil Chitrakar who emphasized the participants that we must have the right attitude towards everything we do. Bad attitude will always cause loss of great opportunities. He told the audience to learn to emphasize and change our attitude.

IMG_3438His example, as interesting as the kind of a person he is, went like this: A person who knows how to ride an elephant earns $1000 per day but a person who knows who to use a laptop normally doesn’t earn at all but still the same person is extremely proud that he knows how to run a laptop. He emphasizes that for Nepalese to prosper, we must utilize the local resources and use it for personal as well as national development. “Start Now” is the attitude of leadership as Chitrakar puts it.

Linking his context to what Napoleon one once said, if it takes 20 years of time to grow trees, lets start NOW because it is going to take 20 years. The mistake that we generally make is that we make perfect plans. Chitrakar puts a quote that the enemy of good is perfect and most people fail because of this reason. He also insists on use of pen drives rather than paper as the production of 1 sheet of white paper requires 14 gallons of water.

 

Theme 3: Rising influence of social media and its impact on youth

The next facilitator was Mr. Allen Bailochan Tuladhar, Country Director of Microsoft Innovation Center Nepal, as always started his presentation in a really interested way. He showed edited pictures of himself withIMG_3523 Hollywood stars making a point on how easy it is to manipulate and impersonate anyone in the digital world. He quoted that we have become cyborgs. He are more than just humans today. He further specified that the biggest things happen online today. He presented the merits and demerits of social networking sites, in which he put in front the facts that 80% people use social media in which 88% witness meanness online like cyber bullying, scams and impersonation. He questioned whether the development of social media is an evolution or a revolution. As a baseline, he quoted that being smarter online is being safer online.

He talked about the possible meanness that people face online which included posting cruel messages, disclosing of secrets, shutting out someone, impersonating a target and pretending to befriend someone. He urged the participants to help bystanders to online cruelty and be an up standers, help those who are bullied and promote kindness in your online community.

 

To be continued…

Posted: 10-28-2012 11:01 PM by saurav_b with no comments

Single word review from the organizers and participants in two days Youth conference on Human Development

ORGANIZERS AND SPEAKERS

  1. Mr. Deepak Adhikari – Beginning
  2. Ms. Patricia Druchenmiller – exciting
  3. Mr. Dauglas Druchemiller – power
  4. Mr. Evelyn Kurihara Philbrook – enthusiastic
  5. Mr. Kushendra Bahadur Mahat – breakthrough
  6. Mr. Robertson Work – fabulous

PARTICIPANTS

  1. Prashanna Thapa – educational
  2. Raibin Singh – educational
  3. Gaurav Kandel – superb
  4. Pushpa Raj Adhikari – excellent
  5. Karma Guyurmey Tamang – motivational
  6. Prakash Shrivastav – knowledgable
  7. Cynitia Chen – encouraging
  8. Keishman – fantastic
  9. Eva Dhaugoda Shrestha – Encouraging
  10. Kishor Tripathi – positive
  11. Pashamsa Thapa – inspiring
  12. Bibek Shrestha – energizer
  13. Saurav Bajracharya – global
  14. Puja Shrestha – inspiring

 

views collected by Mr. Bibek Shrestha

Posted: 10-28-2012 12:21 AM by Julina with no comments

Summary of the International Youth Conference

The whole conferenceDSCF4868 could be summed up in the following words:

Youth Conference

•Request for the volunteerism policy and engaged unemployment youth as volunteer.

•Promote public services engaging youth as volunteers.

•Increase the no of benefits for the volunteers.

•Assuming social responsibility to encourage youth volunteerism for local development

•Enhancing self esteem, sense of usefulness and inclusiveness in youth.

•Nurture the youth to be caring and responsible citizens.

•In conclusion, volunteerism can be used as a tool to encourage significant and profound engagement among youth in building the community and nation as a whole.

DSCF5558Visioning Sustained Planet Earth

•Policy advocacy in 1. taxation of carbon emission 2. carbon reduction compensation.

•1-10 policy (1 household to plant 10 trees.)

•Recycling of the waste materials.

•Promotion of organic farming

•Promoting carbon reduction technologies.

•Garbage management programs

•Roof gardening

•Advocacy for natural resources for social development policy. # Wildlife conservation for free education and improve health care.

•Advocating for national budgets that are natural conservation compliant.

Rising Influence of Social Media

•Social media has to be social inclusive of educative than entertainment focused.DSCF5563

•Kindness campaign can be started for the change and revolution.

•Petitions and causes campaign from and to government including social interaction with youth and community.

•Government initiative towards portals that are well updated and resourceful.

•Youth information centers all across Nepal being web access can have small to extensive trainings.

•Local to national interaction through social media to bring attention to Gos and international Communities.

P7302067Promoting Youth Leadership

•Must be facilitative and encouraging

•Must Inspire to be positive directed, transform thoughts, reframe mind sets, integrate courage lead, capacity building

•With Leadership role in Research and Pertinent issues and information dissemination,

 

 

 

 

All in all the Conference was really great. Enjoyed a lot and Learned a lot. Thank u Allen sir and MIC Nepal for providing all 4 of us this opportunity.Winking smile

Posted: 10-28-2012 12:04 AM by Puja Shrestha with no comments

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