The ASEAN Youth for SDGs Webinar Series aims to elevate the knowledge and skills of 33 ASEAN youth representatives to effectively contribute to the SDGs, take action, and become SDG leaders in their communities.
The ASEAN Youth for SDGs Webinar Series is implemented in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and is funded by the Government of Japan.
The ASEAN youth representatives take part in a virtual webinar series under the umbrella of the UNODC’s Education for Justice (E4J) “Southeast Asian Youth Empowerment Dialogue”, focusing on the SDGs, Global Citizenship and SDG Micro-Project Implementation, and an interactive ideation session with group work and group presentations.
At the margins of the Kyoto Crime Congress, the ASEAN youth representatives take part in a virtual side event, connecting them with experts and senior professionals to gain first-hand insights into the Kyoto Crime Congress and to highlight initiatives and projects that put the topics relevant to the Kyoto Crime Congress into practice.
Over the course of a three-month period, the youth representatives receive guidance to plan an individual SDG Micro-Project that responds to local challenges in their region, particularly challenges related to justice and the rule of law.
SDG MICRO-PROJECT EXHIBITION
At the end of the Incubator Phase, each young leader submits an SDG Micro-Project Plan, as well as a video pitch on their SDG Micro-Project. Enjoy the illustrations* of each project in our virtual exhibition.
*Illustrations by Kat J. Weiss
Album of Action
Summary Video 1: SDGs, Global Citizenship & SDG Micro-Project Implementation