[SIKLAB] 3rd Advocacy Sharing Activity at Quezon City Hall

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SKC conducts its 3rd Advocacy sharing conference at Quezon City Hall. It was participated by youth leaders representing various organizations within the National Capital Region.

This Siklab activity used an open space technology (OST) where young Muslim leaders, educators, young corporate leaders, government workers and community organizers are represented.   Each representative was given opportunity to share their group’s advocacy and engage with other participants through meaningful discussions and recommendations.

They showcased initiatives and good practices in communities which resulted to active community youth engagement; passion-driven jobs, youth entrepreneurship, and policy awareness.

Before the activity concluded, NCR Regional Guild Ambassador Ma. Doelcarmen Dizon challenged the attendees to engage in the coalition’s efforts for youth empowerment through active participation as partners for sustainable development.

The coalition also announced the upcoming NCR Regional Guild Assembly where participation of non-members is also encouraged. It will be held in Quezon City on the 11th of June 2017.

CYCO Representative discussing the organization’s effort in uniting young Muslim leaders nationally.

Open Space Technology (OST) is an approach to purpose-driven leadership,[1] including a way for hosting meetings, conflict minded peacebuilding,[2] conferences, corporate-style retreats, symposiums, and community summit events, focused on a specific and important purpose or task — but beginning without any formal agenda, beyond the overall purpose or theme. Wikipedia



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