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UN PROMOTES YOUTH VOLUNTEERISM

UN PROMOTES YOUTH VOLUNTEERISM DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE AT ASIA-PACIFIC FORUM The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) office issued the following press report for the significant forum on youth volunteerism held on October 28 in Bangkok, Thailand at the UN Conference Center. The largest youth gathering at the United Nations Conference […]

Tammy Hoblak

Tammy holds a Master’s degree from the McGill – McConnell Masters of Management program for National Voluntary Sector Leaders. Her first involvement as a volunteer was in the Arctic as a youth on an exchange program with Taloyoak, Nunavut. This life changing experience led to her passion for volunteering and learning further about indigenous cultures, […]

Shintya Rahmi Utami

Shintya Rahmi Utami, the eldest of three sisters, born in Pekanbaru, September 29, 1990. Tya earned the Bachelor of Business Management from Telkom Institute of Management. Studying business management, Tya always think about profit and loss for herself in every way. But after participating in volunteer activities, Tya find her passion and greater happiness in […]

Ng Chun Pin

Mr Ng Chun Pin was born in Singapore in 1974. He graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Dean’s list) from the University of Tokyo in 1999 under the Overseas Merit Scholarship and served in the Singapore Administrative Service. He attained his Masters of Business Administration (with Distinction) at INSEAD in 2008, and completed the 9th […]

Gabrielle Iglesias

Ms. Iglesias is currently working for the Climate Change and Climate Risk Management Team as a specialist in local governance issues and community based disaster risk management. She was actively involved in urban disaster mitigation programs for hydro-meteorological hazards, and through these has worked with multiple stakeholders from community-level to local government to national governments […]

Dong Hun Lee

Dong Hun Lee is a passionate youth volunteer leader from Korea. He grew interest in volunteering as he started teaching Korean and Korean culture to foreign diplomats in Korea through Friends of Diplomats program. In 2013, he tried to solve social issues through volunteering at Seoul Volunteer Center “The Two Sides to Our Neighborhood” is […]