Robredo to talk in South Korea at Youth Leadership
Vice President Leni Robredo is joined by representatives from Youth for Peace Movement-Davao Oriental
Vice President Leni Robredo headed to South Korea on Saturday, August 11, to attend an international youth
exchange program event along with a youth group from Mindanao.
Besides, on Monday, August 13, Robredo will deliver the keynote address for the launch of the 2nd Asia Pacific Youth
Exchange (APYE) in Seoul, said the Office of the Vice President (OVP) in a statement on Saturday.
The APYE “means to give youth designates the chance to sharpen their initiative aptitudes through a reenactment
of strategy arrangement and venture execution that spotlights on the Sustainable Development Goals,” included the announcement.
Asian Development Bank, and the Urban Youth Academy (UYA)
The adolescent trade program is co-facilitate by Hanyang University, the Asian Development Bank, and the Urban Youth Academy (UYA).
Robredo join by agents from Youth for Peace Movement-Davao Oriental, name the champ at the
Angat Buhay Youth Mindanao Summit back in July.
Meanwhile, gathering’s proposition, “Bal’lay Duwaan: A Happy Hub for the Sons and Daughters of the New Peace Advocates,” maps out the foundation of a transitional sanctuary for offspring of radical reformists in Davao Oriental, said the OVP.
Hence, their venture plans to help these youngsters with their reintegration into standard society, by giving “fun learning and psychosocial exercises” through a shared vegetable garden, a learning focus, and a recreational zone.
In South Korea, Robredo will likewise be at the dispatch of an allow from UYA and APYE Manila to subsidize future activities of associations which were a piece of the OVP’s Angat Buhay Youth program.
The Vice President will be in South Korea until Tuesday, August 14.