Voice of the youth network

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Voice of the youth network

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  2. 2. And crave constant stimulation… …there is NO OFF SWITCH
  3. 3. THEIR WORLD IS BASED ON CONTINUOUS PARTIAL ATTENTION
  4. 4. WITH HUNDREDS OF DIGITAL ACRONYMS TO KEEP THEM OCCUPIED
  5. 5. an information advocacy youth organization
  6. 6. is composed of youth ages 15-25 who have various talents and capabilities dedicated in empowering youth through leadership, advocacy and education. This effort encourages youth to take control of their life situations while building self- esteem and improving the quality of life for themselves and other talented youth. TINIGKABATAAN
  7. 7. TINIG KABATAAN • Believes that young people must be given the opportunity to understand organizational issues and develop their own advocacy skills. It is essential that we actively engage youth in identifying their needs, capabilities and talents allowing them to be empowered to change the cycle of their lives. • TINIG KABATAAN members are dedicated to servicing and presenting their talents to the young people of the Philippines to promote youth participation and development.
  8. 8. Why youth participation? Meaningful youth participation is about recognizing and nurturing the strengths, interests, and abilities of young people by providing them with real opportunities to become involved in decisions that affect them at individual and systemic levels. This kind of participation enhances youth health because it offers young people a chance to develop important decision-making and problem-solving skills, develop meaningful relationships, and bolster self-esteem.
  9. 9. Five Approaches Different Working Approaches • Conventions • Consultations • Networking • Intercultural Experience • Multinational Projects  Most Youth NGOs apply several approaches
  10. 10. NATIONAL AFFILIATION: • National Youth Commission, • UNESCO Club of Metro Manila, • Youth for United Nations, • U.P. Graduate Studies Association, College of Mass Communication • KaBATAAN “Bataan Youth Society” • Katipunan Jaycees, Juniour Chamber of Commerce • Pambansang Ugong ng Kabataan, • SSEAYP International Philippines, • U.P. Ugnayan ng Pahinungod, • Speech Communication Society, University of the Philippines, Diliman, • Kathalad, Kathang Inilahad, University of the Philippines, Diliman, • U.P. Tangway (Bataan), University of the PhilippinesMember, • U.P. Peer Councelors Society, • Pi Sigma Fraternity, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City • ABS-CBN Foundation (Bantay Kalikasan and Bantay Bata)
  11. 11. INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATION • International Youth Parliament - Oxfam • World Assemblyof Youth • ASEAN Foundation • Peace Child International • Global YouthAction Network • UNITED NATIONS VOLUNTEERS • Advocates for Youth - www.rightsrespectresponsibility.org • Habitat for Humanity • International Youth Exchange Organization - Tokyo, Japan • Korean National Commission for UNESCO • Featured in www.youthactionnet.org “international youth leaders profile” and www.takingitglobal.org
  12. 12. INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATION
  13. 13. TAKINGITGLOBAL.ORG TakingITGlobal INSPIRE, INFORM, INVOLVE http://philippines.takingitglobal.org

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