We are pleased to inform you that the 16th Melaka International Youth Dialogue with the theme ‘Youth for Environmental Sustainability: Our Future, Our Care’ will be held from 26th to 30th June 2016 in Melaka, Malaysia. This programme is organised by the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) in collaboration with the Melaka State Government, Malaysian Youth Council, Asian Youth Council and Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia.
This theme has been selected to fulfill the principal opinions and roles of young people towards combating environmental deterioration and achieving environmental sustainability. As well as, finding innovative solution and adopting sustainable living in which the coexistence with the nature shall be tailored in every activity and at all levels of the society. An interactive dialogue on this topic will be of significance to form, educate, increase awareness on the challenges and entitlements of youth at the different levels of society that they represent.



Illicit drugs destroy innumerable individual lives and undermine our societies. Confronting the illicit trade in drugs and its effects remains a major challenge for the international community.
Kofi Annan, the former Secretary General of the United Nations
The Malaysian National Association Against Drug Abuse (PEMADAM), the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) and the Malay and Islamic World Secretariat (DMDI) collectively organised the IFNGO Youth Health Lifestyle Workshop which took place from 15th to 18th November 2015.
As part of WAY contribution, a workshop with a theme of ‘Youth Stand Against Drug Abuse’ commenced from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. at PLKN Jaya Gemilang Camp, A’famosa Resort, Melaka, Malaysia. This theme was selected to address the issue of drug-abusive behaviour which continuously causes negative results to the society including youth; encourage youth to partake in anti-drugs abuse activity; promote a healthy lifestyle; as well as raise awareness and educate youth on the importance in attaining a healthy generation, free from drug abusive behaviour and drug addiction.