Raoman Smita, founding General Secretary of Global Law Thinkers Society, speaks at a press conference on ‘Second South Asian Youth Conference’ in Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU) on Saturday.
The second ‘South Asian youth Conference’ will kick off at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in the capital on September 17.
The three-day conference, which will be organised by Global Youth Parliament and Global Law Thinkers Society, will end on September 19. Around 500 youth representatives from 29 countries, including USA, Malaysia, South Africa, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and India, are taking part in the conference and youths from 71 countries will be connected with the conference online.
The Daily Sun is a media partner of the grand event.
On the occasion of the conference, Global Youth Parliament and Global Law Thinkers Society, Bangladesh will give ‘South Asian Youth Leadership Award 2019’ to 35 delegates who contributed to collective leadership of youths, peace, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and democracy.
The conference aims to strengthen youth participation in achieving SDGs and exchange experience and opportunity for advancing collective leadership of youths.