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Funded SEASAT Youth Camp in Taiwan

Funded SEASAT Youth Camp in Taiwan

Partially Funded
Country: Taiwan
City: Youth Camp
Jul 29 - Aug 02, 2019
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The SEASAT Youth Camp’s goal is to enrich young people, ages 18 to 24, in their familiarity with their Southeast Asian, South Asian, and also, Taiwan neighbors with the participation of select American youth counterparts. In collaboration with the American Institute in Taiwan, the 4-day camp will expose participants to contemporary issues affecting the region, cultural and educational tours, seminars, as well as a crash course on basic leadership. The Camp also doubles as a networking platform to further connect the SEASAT Youth.

Moreover,  According to Wikipedia Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation was established in Taiwan. Further,  through the support of government, civil society and the private sector, the TAEF was given the mandate to help advance the people-centered agenda of Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy, to act as the main organizing and administrative body of the Yushan Forum and serve as an exchange platform for leaders, youth representatives, NGOs and think tanks in the region. Further, The TAEF works closely with counterparts from 18 NSP countries. Additionally, the 10 ASEAN countries, 6 countries in South Asia, as well as Australia and New Zealand. Further, through its five core programs: Taiwan-Asian Young Leader Engagement (TAYLE), Think Tank Collaboration, Cultural Exchange, Civil Society Connectivity and Regional Resilience.


  • The organizers will cover all local expenses incurred during the camp, including meals, lodging (4-beds per room),
  • insurance,
  • Also, educational materials,
  • and other miscellaneous fees (museum entrance fees), and
  • Finally, local transportation for event-related activities.


  • 18 to 24 years old
  • Interest in contemporary Indo-Pacific issues, also, youth leadership
  • Citizen of Southeast Asia, South Asia or Taiwan
  • Holds a passport/Means to travel to Taipei, Taiwan


On July 28 – Arrival
On July 29 –Day 1

  • Class 1 (Non-traditional Security),
  • Class 2 (Environmental Protection),
  • Welcome Dinner

July 30 – Day 2

  • Class 3 (Cyber Security & Media Literacy),
  • Class 4 (Gender & Human Rights),
  • Visit to National Human Rights Museum, also, Networking

July 31 – Day 3

  • Visit to the Wulai Aboriginal Village,
  • Class 5 (Heritage & Identity),
  • Class 6 (Cultural Preservation)

August 1 –Day 4

  • Leadership Workshop,
  • Group Presentations,
  • Closing & Farewell Dinner

August 2 – Departure


Type of Opportunity Miscellaneous
Event Date29 July,2019 to 02 August,2019
Deadline15 June,2019
CityYouth Camp
Open toSoutheast Asia, South Asia, Taiwan
OrganizerTaiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation
Contact the organizer[email protected]



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