Int'l Youth Conference Opens Today

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Int'l Youth Conference Opens Today


Byline: JOEL C. ATENCIO

Over 100 student and youth leaders from all over the world will join the three-day 4th International Youth Conference which begins at 1 p.m. today, International Youth Day, at the Philippine Normal University (PNU) in Manila.

A wreath-laying ceremony led by presidential daughter Luli Macapagal Arroyo and Manila Mayor Lito Atienza at the Ninoy Aquino Monument in Rizal Park, Manila at 7 a.m. will start the celebration.

Luli said that the youth is a potent and dynamic force in promoting national and global transformation towards a culture of peace and international understanding.

She said they need to be given the opportunity to prove their ability and deserve to be consulted and involved in all aspects of social interchange.

The wreath-laying will be followed by a formal opening ceremony at the Ceremonial Hall of Malacanang at 9:30 a.m. beginning with the keynote address of Luli Arroyo. She will be introduced by Presidential Assistant 1 for Education Dr. Mona Dumlao Valisno.

International Youth Day convenor Roderick Cruz will give opening remarks. United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) National Youth Coordinator Serafin Arviola is the master of ceremonies.

The International Youth Day message of United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan will be read by Dr. Zahidul Huque of the United Nations.

After Annans message, five youth organizations and five youth leaders will be given special citations. Former Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairman Judge Aurora Recina and United Nations Association of the Philippines (UNAP) Director Evangeline Ang will preside over the awards ceremonies.

Five outstanding youth organizations will be given citations the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP), Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP), Philippine National Red Cross (PNRC), UNESCO-ASPNet Philippines, and Young Womens Christian Association.

The five outstanding youth service awardees are Delan Ajero, Jaime Castillo, Lalyn Dalhadi, Little Jones Espeleta, and Jason Sibug. …

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