International Youth Council- SriLanka chapter (IYCSL) has organised an International Green Conference 2013 in Sri Lanka on August 23rd to 25th at MIMT, Thulhiriya. The Green conference focus on ‘Building Youth Leadership for the Success to ensure Environmental Sustainability and develop global partnerships’ and on the theme of ‘On the Road to Youth Engagement: Moving Beyond the sustainability. Ministry of Environment and Renewable Energy is the official event partner for this conference. Honorable Minister of Environment and Renewable Energy of Sri Lanka will attend as chief guest to the conference.
The IYC Green Conference is design to focus on building Youth Leadership for the Success to ensure Environmental Sustainability and develop global partnerships. It brings together the most active young leaders who are changing their communities. It will have a dynamic program that combines inspiring speakers, 13 hour training event using lectures, break-out sessions, multimedia presentations, workshops, networking and action projects in order to provide 150 young participants coming from hundreds of countries with a life changing experience that will both inspire and empower every individual who attends the event. The conference design on the theme of “On the Road to Youth Engagement: Moving Beyond the sustainability”.
Delegate Fee : $70 (International delegates)
Include food + accommodation + 15% off on air tickets to SriLanka
: LKR 2500 (Sri Lankan delegates)
Include food + accommodation
Key speakers : Christopher Stampar, International Director, IDEAS For Us
Clayton Louis Ferrara, National Science Director, IDEAS For Us
Chris Castro, Executive Director, IDEAS For Us
ELIGIBILITY: WHO SHOULD APPLY
Youth Leaders and those who wish to become a sustainable activist, ages 16-30+, Advanced Youth Leaders and Young Professionals engaged in the UN or MDG studies, internships, fellowships or early work stages, ages 18-35+
hi alvin, what sorts of things does the filipino chapter of the IYC do or has done? do you have meetings? i am looking to start a chapter for canada, but i'm a bit nervous. canada is so big. how do i connect with all the youth? how does your chapter do this? also, does the IYC provide you with any help/resources? any help would be most appreciated. thanks so much alvin!! regards, aaron