[Event] WE THE FUTURE PH: National Youth Assembly

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Registrations are still open for the WE THE FUTURE PH: National Youth Assembly. Take part in this momentous gathering of young people advocating for human rights, freedom, and democracy happening on May 9, Sunday, 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM via Zoom.

As the one-year countdown before the 2022 National Elections begins, now more than ever, we, the Filipino youth, must come together to respond to the challenges of our times and to reimagine and wield a better future for our nation. In solidarity with our fellow youth from different parts of the country, let us develop a Youth Agenda for Rights-Based Democratic Governance at the local and national levels and take part in crafting strategic actions and campaigns that will create meaningful change in our communities and society.

Organized by We The Future PH, a broad and independent national youth movement for human rights and democracy, and supported by DAKILA and its Active Vista Center, the NATIONAL YOUTH ASSEMBLY is our platform for solidarity and collective action as Filipino youth. We welcome all Filipino youth individuals and organizations to take part.

To register, go to the link above or simply CLICK THIS LINK https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMod-Gsrj8jHdDIfjUWc8xf6QQ1iyeiflx7. You shall receive a confirmation email with the Zoom details once you filled out the form. We advise that you enter the room at least 10 minutes before the activity so you can troubleshoot any technical difficulties before the program starts.

We hope you could send 3 representatives from your organization. Should you wish to send more than three representatives, please contact us so we can reserve a slot for them in the Zoom room. Feel free to send us a message at connect@wtf.ph or at this mobile number 09564123704.

We can’t wait to virtually meet you. See you there!

All the best,
We The Future PH

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