[Event] Invitation for Democracy and Human Rights Exhibit – CYAN
The Center for Youth Advocacy and Networking (CYAN) is a non-stock, non-profit youth-led institute that works for the empowerment of youth organizations towards an enabling environment of active citizenship, alternative politics and progressive reforms.
This coming July 30 – August 3, 2012, we intend to launch an exhibit that aims to provide information that will heighten consciousness on the activities that had transpired during Martial Law era. This targets the young people as the country’s future leaders. The activity hopes to create a platform to reintroduce democratic values and relearn the lessons of the Martial Law and the EDSA People Power revolt.
In this line, we would like to invite your organization to join us as we start to work for the greater promotion of deepened democracy, equality and social justice through this event. The exhibit will be staged at De La Salle University-Manila.
We request that you send us the names of your organization’s representatives to be included on the guest list on or before July 20 as DLSU Manila requires strict compliance to this.
Attached herewith is the schedule of activities of the exhibit. Should you have any query, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 09175190462 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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