Thank you for taking action! Your letters have been delivered!
DO SOMETHING: On this International Youth Day (12 August 2012), we are asking you to organise a simple and quick action to help celebrate this day!
International Youth Day is all about YOUTH! Last year, APYN asked YOU(th) on International Youth Day “What Does Living in Dignity Mean to YOU(th)?”, and we collected over 1,000 youth voices from Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and friends outside of Asia Pacific.
This year, we are asking each member of the Asia Pacific Youth Network to answer this question:
“What does change mean to you?”
You can answer this question however you would like! It might be through a short clip, through a photo or through a couple of sentences. Your response should be a short and catchy reflection on what you think change should be or looks like in the Asia Pacific region.
APYN Youth Ambassadors will be posting their responses by Sunday August 12th 2012 on the APYN Facebook Fanpage. You can post your responses straightaway on the Fanpage or to look at the Youth Ambassadors’ posts to assist you in creating your response! When you’re sharing your ideas on what change means to you, don’t forget to tell us where you are from!
Alternatively, if you want to organize an activity, sign up in the form below by Saturday 12 August 2012 and we will contact you!
Please post your response on the APYN facebook page by Sunday, 19 August 2012. You can also email your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will take all your amazing responses and collate them into an amazing regional activist map. This map will show how young people across the Asia Pacific are advocating for positive human rights change!
Will YOU organize an activity to collect ideas on “What Does Change Mean to YOU?”
Sign up here and we will contact you!