Youth Speak Forum
By empowering a global youth movement and collaborating with United Nation, we are able to convert energy into action. YouthSpeak forums aims to raise awareness about Sustainable Development Goals and gather youth in Indonesia to pitch their idea. We are able to inspire young people and bring leaders from all areas of society together. On 2015-2016 AIESEC Indonesia has made YouthSpeak Forum in 11 Cities with 2.141 attendances and invite Mr. Rizal Ramli, Coordinating Minister of Maritime Indonesia 2014-2016.
10-16% adults in almost all over the world to experience the symptoms of kidney disease. In Indonesia, kidney failure is the 4th largest leading cause of death. The habit of consuming water is one way to maintain healthy kidneys. Through the hometown project, AIESEC strives to help its members together with international interns to care of the healthiness of society in their hometown with activities that can raise the importance of water consumption awareness for kidney
In collaboration with Danone to celebrate World Kidney’s Day, This is an initiative for our members who will go home during holiday to bring positive impact to their hometown by making project with youth community there about the importance of drinking mineral water for kidney’s health in their society. During our 1st batch of Hometown Project on January- March 2016, we made 50 projects and reach 19 cities. Our school roadshow reach 90,861 students and virtually we reach 844,327 netizen.
Collaborating with Yayasan Citra Kasih Abadi, We invite hundreds of global volunteers in Indonesia to develop the tourism through video journalist and social media exposure. Those youths will be the promoters of Indonesia once they come back to their country. Our purpose is the number of tourist increases after this project ends
The first batch of Wonderful Maluku happens on Tihulale Village from July – August 2016. We involved 8 international exchange participants and 9 local volunteers. The opening of this project was respectedly opened by Governor of Maluku. The next batch will come 20 exchange participants.
The Next Youth Speak Forum:
19th November 2016
25th November 2016
26th November 2016
27th November 2016
Indonesian Youth Speak Summit
3rd December 2016
Our latest event
Walk for SDGs involved 1100 young people in 11 cities on 25th September 2016. We spread awareness about Sustainable Development Goals through fun walk, fun quiz, and physical campaign. We believe in 2030, young people will be the one who will feel the result of these goals. Therefore, we must act for it