We are pleased to inform that the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) is partnering with the Finnish Association DROM in organizing an International Conference "The Conscience of Europe" dedicated to, and aimed at renewing the multicultural policies in Europe from 18 to 19 March 2014 at the Finish Parliament Annex, in Helsinki, Finland.

The expected number of participants in total is approximately 120. The organizers have allocated 38 slots for young people from all over the world to participate. The Finnish Association DROM, welcomes young active people from all over world who are interested in creating a multicultural society and the future direction of related measures in areas such as: education, administration and law.

Please find attached the concept note, invitation letter cum registration form for your perusal and action.

The participants are required to register in the form of answering the questions given in the invitation letter and forward them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Invitation Letter

Concept Note

 

We are pleased to herewith circulate the report for the 13th Melaka International Youth Dialogue with the selected theme, 'Youth Migration: A Step from Haven' that took place on 12th to 14th September 2013 at Hang Tuah World Heritage Hotel in Melaka, Malaysia.

This dialogue was organized by WAY and supported by the Melaka State Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Malaysia), Ministry of Home Affairs (Malaysia), Youth and Sports (Malaysia) and the Malaysian Youth Council.

Enjoy reading and for further comments please do not hesitate to contact us.

MIYD 2013 - Report

THE World Assembly of Youth (WAY) exercised its humanitarian right and obligation in response to the destruction caused by the super typhoon Haiyan which shredded the Philippines district of Leyte, Tacloban and Samar Island on November 4, 2013. Typhoon Haiyan is the second deadliest Philippine typhoon that affected at least 9.8 million people, leaving more than 659,200 people displaced and more than 10,000 people feared dead.

The President of WAY, Rt. Hon. Datuk Seri Ir. Idris Haron during the WAY Humanitarian Aid mission to the Republic of Philippines meeting at the Chief Minister's office on Friday said that "WAY will channel humanitarian aids in the shortest time possible and we are still waiting for the 'green light' from the National Security Council to go there." The organization together with Mamee Double Decker (M) Berhad donated overall 5 intermodal containers of foodstuffs and vital goods. They also raised funds amounting to RM 100,000.00 to aid during this hard time.