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Leadership Energy Summit Asia 2018

Leadership Energy Summit Asia 2018

TO BE A 21ST CENTURY LEADER, FIRST YOU NEED TO REIMAGE LEADERSHIP At LESA 2018, we’ve gathered forward-thinking minds from around the world for you to challenge conventional wisdom and discover more about Open Source Leadership. Register today to discover your leadership energy and achieve your vision of a better future.   For 5 years,…

The 5th Malaysia International Youth Exchange, 2018

The 5th Malaysia International Youth Exchange, 2018

The 5th Malaysia International Youth Exchange (MIYE-5) 2018 is designed to accelerate youth networking in the realm of manufacturing technologies. Besides, it is platform to strengthen friendship and cooperation young talent. This year MIYE5 gathered youth around the world to experience the youth exchange programme. MIYE-5, organized by the Committee for ASEAN Youth Cooperation (CAYC)…

ASEAN Youth Gathering and JENESYS Mini Reunion 2017

ASEAN Youth Gathering and JENESYS Mini Reunion 2017

CAYC participated in the ASEAN Youth Gathering and JENESYS Mini Reunion 2017 on 19 December 2017 hosted by Education, Youth and Sports Division (EYSD) of the ASEAN Secretariat at the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta, Indonesia. The ASEAN Youth Gathering and JENESYS Mini Reunion 2017 objectives: Reflect on youth development in ASEAN and the achievements of…

Book Launch & Panel Discussion on “ASEAN : Future Forward”

Book Launch & Panel Discussion on “ASEAN : Future Forward”

CAYC been invite as one of the panelist by the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS), Malaysia, on the occasion of Seminar and Launch of Book, entitled: ASEAN: Future Forward. Essays Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and Anticipating the Next 50 Years. CAYC Represented by Mr Jufitri Joha…

ASEAN Commemorative Forum : Reviewing Past Successes, looking to the Future “ASEAN at 50 : Where We Are and Where Do We Go From Here?”

ASEAN Commemorative Forum : Reviewing Past Successes, looking to the Future “ASEAN at 50 : Where We Are and Where Do We Go From Here?”

CAYC participated in the High-Level Commemorative Conference on the 50th Anniversary of ASEAN with the theme, “ASEAN at 50: Where We Are and Where Do We Go from Here?” is timely and apt. This conference discussed various aspects of what we believe are the challenges and opportunities to strengthening ASEAN and achieving further cohesiveness and…

AMMY X, 6th AMMY+3 and Related Meetings, Jakarta

AMMY X, 6th AMMY+3 and Related Meetings, Jakarta

CAYC Secretariat present annual report 2016 to the Prep. Senior Official Meeting on Youth for AMMY X and it was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, the report mention the initiative that CAYC have taken to strengthen CAYC and supporting the youth within the region.   CAYC also took the opportunity to present future programmes and to…

The 4th Malaysia International Youth Exchange, 2017

The 4th Malaysia International Youth Exchange, 2017

CAYC, International Youth Centre (IYC), Malaysia Youth Council (MBM) and in collaboration with The Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia organised the 4th Malaysian International Youth Exchange (MIYE) with the theme “1 Culture for ASEAN” on 2 to 6 May 2017 in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. It is in conjunction with the 48th National Youth…

Angkor Sankranta 2017

Angkor Sankranta 2017

The Angkor Sankranta was organized by Union of Youth Federation of Cambodia (UYFC). It is a cultural event aims to revitalizing Khmer great civilization on sacred Land of Angkor during the most celebrated moment of the year. Spectacular activities been held and 3000 volunteers involve to ensure the success of the event. The event not…

HAD Talk Series : Trump Effect and the New World Order by IRD, Malaysian Youth Parliament

HAD Talk Series : Trump Effect and the New World Order by IRD, Malaysian Youth Parliament

The programme took place in Global Movement of Moderates Malaysia office the talk discussed on “Why does Donald Trump exaggerate the size of his inauguration crowd, brag about his election win in conversations with world leaders, and claim without evidence that voter fraud may have cost him the popular vote?” Why does he dismiss protesters…

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