Kathmandu, October 28, 2015: Youth UNESCO Club as Nepal host of international event of Looking Beyond Disaster (LBD) training workshop is being held from 27th October -31st Oct 2015 in Lapsifedi, kathmandu. The program will bring together empowered young professionals, experts in Disaster Prevention and Recovery, youth, policy makers and people from around the world with the LBD programme. Participate in an international forum with youth from different countries allÂ around the world to share experiences of disasters and to develop realistic action plans to rebuild communities that meet the needs and aspirations of young people, as agents of change for the who community.
LBD7 we will focus disaster and heritage globally, and on sustaining# the role of youth in disaster recovery in Nepal. The recommendations and Communiques from theÂ previous LBD forums,as well as the Action Plan of the Third World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction, Sendai March 2015, will be considered, and a Youth Statement prepared. The co-organizers include Eubios Ethics Institute, American University of Sovereign Nations, Fulbright Academy of Law, Peace and Public Health, Youth Looking Beyond Disaster, Youth Peace Ambassadors International and Youthâ€™s UNESCO Club, HERI, among others.
Since 2011, Eubios Ethics Institute in cooperation with youth, partner institutions includingÂ AmericanÂ University of SovereignNations (AUSN),UNESCO, and others have organized six Youth Looking Beyond Disaster(LBD) Training Workshops across the world with hundreds of youth from many countries. Persons with a mind to work together with Others of all ages and ethnicities are welcome! No matter what your circumstances or age all are welcome to join. So far persons have Developed several hundred action projects Promoted at making a difference in their communities in the YPA and LBD
Faculty! and! Facilitators! Include Prof. Darryl Macer, Director, Eubios Ethics Institute and Provost; Director ,Institute of Indigenous# Peoples and Global Studies, AUSN; former UNESCO Regional Advisor for Asia and the Pacific; Mr. Khagraj Adhikari,Â Ex. Minister of Health And Population, Government of Nepal, Mr. Mahesh Basnet, Ex.Minister ofÂ Industry, Government of Nepal; Mr Dinesh Singh Malla,UNICEF Nepal; Dr. Khem B. Karki; Member Secretary, Nepal Health Research Council (NHRC); Mr.Rimesh Khanal, Youthâ€™s UNESCO Club Nepal and Youth Looking Beyond Disaster Ambassador; Ms.Ananya Triptipthumrong chok, General Manager, Eubios Ethics Institute, Thailand; and other experts Â andÂ youth from LBD and Youth Peace Ambassadors (YPA) International from countries all around the World who will share experiences of working to promote the culture of peace and to Develop practical action plans.Good practices will be examined and keys to funding And successful evaluation of a wide range of types of action plan.
The conference fee including accommodation (5 nights from the night of 26 October) and meals from 27X31 October is USD 200. This price includes a field trip to The UNESCO World Heritage Sites and other excursions. Early bird rates of USD150 were given for payment until 25 September; and for enrolled students of AUSN.