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|DAY 110 Aug. (Tue.)||14:00-14:40||Opening Ceremony|
|16:00-18:00||Discussion by Each NationⅠ|
|DAY 211 Aug. (Wed.)||11:00-13:00||Discussion by Each Group|
|14:00-16:00||Draft of Recommendation Proposals by Each Topic|
|16:00-18:00||Discussion by Each NationⅡ|
|DAY 3 12 Aug. (Thu.)||11:00-13:00||SummitⅠ(Presentation by Each Nation)|
|15:00-17:00||SummitⅡ (Presentation by Each Topic)|
|17:00-18:00||SummitⅢ (Recommendation Adoption)|
|DAY 4 13 Aug. (Fri.)||11:00-13:00||Networking Program|
※ Time : GMT+9 (time zone in the ROK)
※ The schedule is subject to change.
6 (Thu.) ~ 23 (Sun.) May 2021
28 May 2021 (Fri.)
Number of Applicants
Total of 38 teams (26 teams in Korea, 12 teams in ASEAN nations)
A character design contest was held to create and utilize mascots symbolizing the ASEAN-Korea Youth Summit.
"HANA" by Minjung Kim, who added original designs along with the meaning of the event, was selected as the grand prize winner.
Detailed information on HANA can be found in the ‘Summit Mascot (Hana)’ tap of the Top Menu.
Total 4 times (27 May 2021, 3 August 2021, 16 September 2021, 6 December 2021)
Number of Participants
A total of 160 participants
We have provided opportunities for Summit participants and teenagers who don’t participate in Summit to listen to expert lectures and discuss them.
|1st||Kounila Keo(Cambodia)||The founder of ‘WhenInPhnomPhen.com’||The path to an inclusive world is digital: A social media perspective|
|2nd||Jaewon Lee(Korea)||Director of Milk for Lao||Global Village: Living Well Together|
|3rd||Marinel Ubaldo(Philippines)||Advocate for Climate Justice and the Environment||We Take the Lead on Climate Change!|
|4th||Jayren Teo(Singapore)||Co-Chairman and President of ASEAN Youth Organization*||Youth Empowerment for a Better Society|
13 November 2021 (Saturday)
Number of Participants
55 participants (15 Teams)
Based on the 2021 ASEAN-Korea Youth Summit Recommendation, 55 Summit participants participated in the Bridging Program.
Participants planned “Good Action Challenge” campaign and announced the results. These helped participants reaffirm the meaning of the Summit’s main theme.
In addition, “Bingo Challenge” was organized for ordinary people to promote the meaning of the Summit’s main theme.
and the award ceremony took place online.
|Grand Prize||SHUGAN: Peace of Mind Challenge||Brunei|
|The Most Excellence Prize||ONA: adOpting aNd Adapting||Malaysia|
|Others Feel It||Laos|
|Excellence Prize||Every Green Helps||Brunei|
|It’s Okay to Not Be Okay||Indonesia|