WYAAP Welcomes New Advocacy and CTP trainees

October 6, 2021 Manila, Philippines – World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) is glad to have spent the past few weeks welcoming new Certified Training Program (CTP) and Advocacy Academy trainees to cap off the last quarter of the year. 

Last September 15, the office welcomed 20 trainees from different countries in Asia Pacific to undergo the CTP until November. These trainees all represent future chapter leaders, WYA Advocacy members and volunteers. They’ll use their deeper knowledge about dignity to not only represent WYA in those public fora but also train other members.

WYA Asia Pacific aims to certify over a hundred members by the end of the year 2021. After completing the CTP, these members will get the opportunity to apply for and undergo Advocacy Academy.

Advocacy Academy is a program designed to educate active and certified WYA members on current global policy debates and equip them with the knowledge to develop person-centered responses.

This week saw the office welcome in 15 new trainees from Australia, India, Nepal, New Zealand and The Philippines. After completing the training, they’ll have the chance to get to work with WYA in their international policy and community work.

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