Humanitarian Affairs Asia invite Universitas Gadjah Mada students to attend the 6th University Scholars Leadership Symposium to be held in Hong Kong, from August 1 to 7, 2015.
The Symposium aims to draw the attention of young people around the world, to take a proactive action and contribute to the achievement of a sustainable future, aligning with the Millennium Development Goals. It aims to provide Young Leaders with a sense of self confidence and leadership; strengths which are crucial in todayâ€™s global workforce.
UNESCO, Assistant Director-General for Education, Dr. Qian Tang, Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato' Sri Najib and H.E.Samdech Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia are among some of the public figures who have rendered their support for the Symposium.
Enrich, Educate, Enlighten – the theme of the Hong Kong Symposium 2015 – will include training sessions on personal development, communication and professional performance by world renowned speakers, all of whom have applied their skills and knowledge in the humanitarian field. The USLS will bring together 1,000 Young Leaders from over 45 countries, providing opportunities for networking, while expanding intellectual and cultural horizons.
Humanitarian Affairs believes in the holistic development of global-minded and forward thinking leaders. Encountering different cultures and providing aid to those suffering facilitates both intellectual and emotional development. Most importantly, this process helps to bring education, relief and warmth to communities in need.
Click here for the online brochure (6th USLS Brochure). Alternatively, you can visit the United Nations, Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs website here (UN-OCHA) for information.
More information of the 6th University Scholars Leadership Symposium 2015, can be obtained from www.universityscholars.org.uk