Funded International Youth Summit Lahore 2017
Program Date: 6th -12th November 2017
Venue: Lahore, Pakistan
The 1st International Youth Summit in Lahore is a week-long summit from 6 – 12 November 2017 in Lahore, Pakistan and aims to be a reset with youth-based events in one key fundamental aspect: attitude! Youth events, worldwide, have become a stage for the youth to complaint about its non-inclusive status (not children and not adults) and to reinforce a certain sense of social alienation and of being special. We are all special because we are alive! Being younger or elder as little, or nothing, to do with it.
To be a part of the Summit the delegates have to apply by filling out the application form. Apart from the applications IYSL allows organisations and individuals to nominate young people with extraordinary achievements, to become Delegates, Workshop Facilitators and/or Speakers, in the fields falling under the themes of the summit i.e. Peace, Education and Sustainable Development.
Nominations are accepted in the following categories (Nominate the relevant person for the most fitting category. A person can only be nominated in one category)
Awake! To make our delegates acquainted with the key issues that influence their lives as a youth. We aim for deep, cross-sectional, dialogue. We intend to convey knowledge to our delegates and we are certain that we can raise that awareness for the pressing issues of the day.
Activate! More than talking we want also our delegates doing. Our panels are designed to convey concepts and ideas but also to ignite the spark, that characterises youngsters, and to catalyse positive actions during and after the Summit.
Integrate! We aim to be one of the very first conferences to break this idea of youth vs. society. Only with youth inside society, it is possible to reach sustainable solutions for the contemporary tasks that we have to deal with. Youth can only reach full potential inside society and not outside or against it.
Deadline: 31st August 2017
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