WYA Asia Pacific announces 3rd WYAAP ELC Early Bird Delegates

From hundreds of applications from different countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region, World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) gladly announces the first batch of accepted delegates under the Early Bird Registration for the 3rd WYAAP Emerging Leaders Conference on October 16 to 18, 2014 in Traders Hotel Manila, Philippines.

Anisa Aqlia
Destiara Putri
Firman Firmansyah
Maria Lado
Sartika Putri
Sermae Angela Pascual
Rosvielentine Rosales
Kamille Kate King
Zarah Libozada
Ivan Jules Capin
Roland Fajardo
Samuel Mursalin
Roderick Macariola
John Joseph Cruz
JeongHun Mun
Ferina Ma. Victoria Deramos

Angelo Arquiza
Mark Angelo Amoroso
Devina Kemmy
Lavilla Dauag
Ma. Rhenette Cabañero
Wonjae Lee
Ridha Setyono
Juwon Park
Patrick Pama
Deborah Anne Dayao
Olivia Purba
Innah Andrea Corral
John Kesler Sotis
Sujan Rijal
Bonnie Simpson
Melissa Ferrer

Patricia Adrianne Arcelo
Jhon Drexler Legaspi
Muhammad Nugraha
Izak Rosenfeld
Megan Mary Mateo
Cecilia Hayes
Maria Therese Natividad
John Bernard Marzan
Maria Kristina Tabo
Jefferson Wang
Ferdinand Bartolome, Jr.
Rose Anne Joy Gomez
InGuk Eom
Pranami Goswami
Ma. Carmela Antolo
Syeda Nayum Latif

All accepted delegates under the Early Bird Registration will receive an Official Acceptance Letter from the 3rd WYAAP ELC Organizing Team. The deadline for payment of the Early Bird Registration fee is on September 8, 2014 (Monday). Once payment is made, a conference slot will be reserved for you. If you have any questions, please email us at wyaap.conference@gmail.com.

Deadline of Regular Registration for the 3rd WYA Asia Pacific ELC is on September 6, 2014 (Saturday).

About the Emerging Leaders Conference 

The Emerging Leaders Conference is an annual event of WYAAP for young individuals to learn about the salient issues of today and how they can apply their roles as leaders through a variety of talks, forums and interactive activities. Participants will have the opportunity to share their ideas and build networks with other youth leaders from the Asia Pacific region. It also serves as venue for young people to engage in cultural exchanges. This will strengthen a region-wide cooperation among Asia Pacific youth to implement projects among participating individuals and organizations as well as explore possibilities for project collaboration, laying the groundwork for long-term partnerships.

On its 3rd year, the WYAAP ELC will focus on the theme "Strengthening the Family: Key to Asia Pacific Development". The United Nations has declared 2014 as the International Year of the Family. World Youth Alliance joins the international celebrations in order to examine the relationship between healthy families and the development and flourishing of societies and nations. The plenary sessions are set to discuss the challenges to the family as well as success stories and best practices for the protection and promotion of the family in policy and culture.

In order to advocate for the protection of the family in policy and culture, young people need to clearly understand the crucial role families play in economic development and human flourishing. As the fundamental unit of society, the family provides an invaluable contribution to society and nations through the nurturing and education of children, and as a school of solidarity.

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