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ASEAN Youth for the SDGs - Album of Action

Throughout a two-month period, 33 young leaders from the Southeast Asian Region took part in the ASEAN Youth for SDGs Webinar Series, organized by the BKMC in cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). After participating in two webinars and one side event at the margins of the 14th UN Crime Congress, the ASEAN youth representatives were put in charge of planning their own SDG Micro-Projects during a one-month SDG Micro-Project Incubator phase

Throughout a two-month period, 33 young leaders from the Southeast Asian Region took part in the ASEAN Youth for SDGs Webinar Series, organized by the BKMC in cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). After participating in two webinars and one side event at the margins of the 14th UN Crime Congress, the ASEAN youth representatives were put in charge of planning their own SDG Micro-Projects during a one-month SDG Micro-Project Incubator phase

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ASEAN Youth for SDGs Webinar Series

The Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global

33 ASEAN youth representatives took part in a virtual webinar

Citizens organized the ASEAN Youth

series, focusing on the SDGs, Global Citizenship, and SDG Micro-

Projects.

for SDGs Webinar Series during March

and April of 2021 under the umbrella

At the margins of the 14th UN Crime Congress in Kyoto, the

of the UNODC Education for Justice

initiative with the support of the

ASEAN youth representatives participated in a virtual side event,

connecting them with experts and senior professionals to

Government of Japan. It aimed to

highlight initiatives and projects that put the topics relevant to

elevate the knowledge and skills of 33

the Congress into practice.

youth representatives from the

Southeast Asian region to effectively

In a subsequent SDG Micro-Project Incubator phase, the youth

contribute to the Sustainable

representatives received guidance to plan individual SDG Micro-

Development Goals (SDGs) in their

Projects that respond to local challenges in their region.

communities by planning SDG Micro-

Projects.

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20

P O T E N T I A L T O R E A C H

15

SDG Micro-Projects

10

>2.000

DIRECLTY

PEOPLE

SDG Micro-Projects are initiatives that

tackle one or more of the Sustainable

5

Development Goals. The projects are

designed and implemented by young

0

changemakers, who participate in the

youth programs of the BKMC.

Within the ASEAN Youth for SDGs

Workshop

Training

Volunteering

Excursion

Course

Podcast

Media Campaign

Social

Session

Sharing

Event

Tutoring

Camp

Training

Campaign

Poster

Club

Webinar Series, each of the 33 young

SDG 2 Zero Hunger

SDG 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

3%

15.2%

SDG 3 Good Health and Well-Being

Southeast Asian leaders planned an

18.2%

SDG Micro-Project, which provides a

SDG 14 Life Below Water

3%

SDG 12 Responsible Production and Consumption

solution to a local challenge, thereby

9.1%

contributing to the achievement of the

SDGs. This Album of Action depicts the

SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities

6.1%

SDG 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth

5 Gender Equality

3% SDG

33 SDG Micro-Projects with illustrations

SDG 5 Gender Equality

SDG 4 Quality Education

3%

by the artist Kat J. Weiss.

3%

39.4%

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My project will create opportunities for elderlies and youth

My project will educate primary school students about

to exchange thoughts, experiences, and ideas, especially

sustainable farming practices by organizing field visits

solving the mental health issues caused by neglect and

to an organic farm that cultivates crops in a vertical

model.

abandonment.

4


My project is targeting 10 students at the University of

My project aims to promote quality care and bridging

the gap between youth and senior citizens by

Malaya, Malaysia by giving them free access to attend

an online sharing session and discuss issues regarding

providing assistance and companionship to the elderly.

mental health.

5


My project will empower 10 volunteers in Brunei by

My project aims to empower 40 young people in Ho

providing proper training to engage with the elderly

and teach the value of appreciation, mental health, and

Chi Minh City, Vietnam about mental health and wellbeing

by providing workshops and discussions around

"The-Self".

life-long education.

6


My project will target 10 young students in East Nusa

My project aims to raise awareness for seasonal or

Tenggara, Indonesia with a sharing session about the

summer diseases and prevent them by providing a

SDGs and turn them into SDG activists by drawing and

distance learning course for mothers of children aged 5

to 11.

promoting their own SDG posters.

7


My project focuses on STEM education for 30-50 high

My project will provide career guidance to high school

school grade 12 students in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

students to prepare them for university and choose

through an online campaign, a workshop, and a

their major by conducting workshops and launching a

social media campaign.

mentorship program.

8


My project will empower up to 60 primary school

The objective of my project is to encourage teenagers

and students to brainstorm different career paths

students in the rural region of Vietnam by providing

extracurricular workshops about self-defense skills,

through video and podcast content.

plastic reusing, and English speaking skills.

9


My project will help improve the knowledge of 15

V.Gen Station will aim at building Liberal Arts summer

students in the Jalan Empat Secondary School,

courses and other programs for Vietnamese youth (16-

Selangor, Malaysia by providing free tuition during

25) about three main topics: Self-understanding, Social

issues, and Civic Engagement.

their free time.

10


My project empowers 20 middle schoolers in Sampit,

My project aims to introduce a global audience to the

initiatives of 20 volunteer activists, who work to

Indonesia, by uplifting their daily activities with

productive training about internet safety amidst

improve societal challenges of the bottom billion.

repetitive online learning routines.

11


My project will support law students to train their

My project will empower 10 children in the rural area of

public speaking skills in a Public Speaking Club that

Kompong Speu, Cambodia by providing online training

focuses on societal problems in the 21st century.

sessions about how to adapt to distance learning

during this new normal.

12


My project aims to educate members of a school club

My project seeks to equip 15 youths and young adults

in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with financial literacy skills

about the SDGs. The project motivates the youth to

start on their own SDG Micro-Projects.

through workshops.

13


My project aims to raise job opportunities for 28 recent

My project will empower 10 high school girls in

Vientiane, Laos by organizing a seminar and workshop

graduates from the National University of Laos, by

introducing them to tools and organizing a workshop

about public speaking.

on how to pursue jobs in the new normal.

14


My project will encourage youth from the indigenous

My project contributes to eradicating the negative

community in Malaysia to participate in national

stigma and discrimination against people living with

governance in alignment with the Declaration on the

HIV/AIDS in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, by providing valid

information through a podcast and online talk show.

Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

15


My project educates Singaporeans on how to reduce

My project educates youth on how composting can

plastic wastage in their lives through an informative

contribute to responsible consumption and production

workshop.

through a practical workshop at an Outward Bound

Singapore Camp.

16


My project contributes to the protection of the marine

My project raises environmental awareness through a

poster campaign that informs the public about a coffee

ecosystem of the Philippines while empowering and

uplifting the socio-economic status of 75 families

cup lid that does not require single-use straws.

through capacity-building.

17


My project will empower 34 young politicians of the

My project addresses the issue of excessive

Youth Council of the City Government of Tagaytay with

criminalization and deprivation of liberty of Indonesian

a workshop that focuses on a realistic approach and

girls and cultivates societal awareness through an

Instagram campaign and a Spotify podcast.

result-based outcomes within the Youth Council

Mandatory Training.

18


My project will empower 20 young people between

My project contributes to the prevention of bullying

the age of 12 and 15 by forming an after-school club

among fifty school-aged children in Ho Chi Minh City,

Vietnam by conducting a three-week workshop and a

and train the young advocates on SDG 16 and all

forms of violence and torture against children.

fan page on Facebook about bullying awareness and

prevention.

19


My project will build capacity among former

combatants to be peacebuilders through leadership

camps in the province of Basilan in support of SDG 16.

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