Inter-regional Activities

31 August 2010
Reflection on the Asian Citizens Assembly: Our Commonalities and Shared Responsibilities by Pinky CASTELO CUPINO

4 December 2008
China-India-Japan Forum: Responsible Youth working towards peace and cooperation in Asia

India, Japan and South Corea - 4 December 2008, by Sudha REDDY

Networking and promoting the Charter process

Indian Youth Intercultural Exposure visit to Brazil - 24 November 2008

Horlicks Wiz Team - Post-gratification trip to Brazil Horlicks Wizkids one of India’s largest literary and cultural events for schools packed with action, excitement and entertainment. Horlicks WIZKIDS 2007 by Activity was bigger than ever before, touching 27 cities across India, more than 3,000,000 students from 4500 schools. The event featured 40 different competitions for students from 1st to 12th Std.

The Brazil trip - texts and images - 24 November 2008

Brazilian Memories - 24 November 2008

Memorable trip of Indian youth to amazing Brazil It is impossible to be dispassionate while writing about Brazil. I wouldn’t be able to do it even if I were hung by my feet from a plank over a school of menacing sharks and told that my life depended on it. Such is the intensity of feeling and the warmth of memories that the name evokes. So naturally, “A formal report on my trip to Brazil” sounds like an oxymoron!

International Consultation on "Youth Responsibility for Environment, Peace and Sustainable Development” in New Delhi, India -1st April 08 - 24 July 2008

Motivated by Charter of Human Responsibilities (CHR), Youth Activ8 Foundation, a national youth development organization and Indian facilitation Committee of CHR had jointly organized an international consultation on, "Youth Responsibility for Environment, Peace and Sustainable development” On April, 1st, 2008 in Delhi.

Workshop on "Intergenerational Partnerships for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation" - 14 May 2008

The International Conference on Environmental Education held at Ahmedabad, India in November 2007 brought together individuals and representatives from various youth and environment related networks, and has effectively demonstrated the efficacy of education as a tool. Youth participants have felt the need to sustain this effort to integrate education into sustainable development. Participants have acknowledged the need to create a convergence amongst networks especially youth network into an Asian Citizens Alliance through steadfast and resolute action, in order to fight against climate change and to propagate the values and principles of sustainable development.

Asian Forum for Solidarity Economy - 7 March 2008

Close to 700 delegates from 26 countries attended the Asian Forum for Solidarity Economy at the Bahay ng Alumni inside the campus of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City of the Philippines on 17-20 October 2007. It was organized by the Coalition of Socially Responsible SMEs in Asia (CSR SME Asia) with the support of the Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind (FPH) and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). The first of its kind in Asia, the Asian Forum for Solidarity Economy was an unprecedented event where various stakeholders met to:-articulate a uniquely Asian solidarity economy as a people- and eco-centered way of governance over the production...

Forever Young, Forever Green - 4 December 2007

The fourth International Conference on Environmental Education organized by UNESCO, UNEP and other partners in collaboration with Centre for Environment Education, Ahmedabad, India was held in Ahmedabad between November 24 and 28, 2007. JPEG - 134.5 kb There were around 30 working group sessions varying from Non Formal Spaces of Learning, Education towards sustainability concerns of Natural Resources in Fragile Ecosystems to Youth: Trend setters of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). More than 100 youth representatives from 25 countries, including India, Rwanda, Costa Rica, Canada, Australia and France had gathered to share their experience and propose their Plan of Action for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.

Indian Youth in the Philippines : Shared Reflections on Selected Experiences - 11 May 2007

As you may have read in the article titled A Philippines - India Cultural Exchange for the Wizkids Winners!, the four young winners of the Wizkids final contest enjoyed a very interesting and pleasant trip to the Philippines. Among the visits and experiences, they have selected the ones that most moved them to share their feelings.

Members of the Indian Charter team in the Philippines - 14 April 2007

From April 28 to May 4, 2007, three members of the Charter Facilitation Team in India have visited the Philippines. The three, Sudha Reddy, Anugraha John, and Deepa Alige Guru were joined by managers of The Activity, and the winners of the Wizkids event.

The Real Situation of Filipino Migrants in Japan - 7 January 2005

A Forum entitled The Real Situation of Filipino Migrants in Japan was organized by the Alliance in coordination with the Department of Social Work, College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines and the Tulong Pinoy Movement. The Department of Social Work was represented by Prof. Mary Lou Alcid, who talked on Overview of Filipino Migrants Overseas. The Tulong Pinoy Movement is an organization of overseas Filipinos who brought in main speaker, Sakura Suganuma, Social Worker and Lecturer, International Social Welfare Studies, Meiji-Gakuin University and Tokyo International University.

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