SDG Youth Summit

SDG YOUTH SUMMIT 2022 registration has been started

Today Thursday (26 may 2022) SDG  YOUTH SUMMIT 2022 registration has been started.  Partner organisation Meslo have opened registration in Dhaka capital city. Summit website-
In from today regestration link can be find.
With Vision 2041 in mind, SDG Youth Summit 2022 is being held in Bangladesh to involve the wider youth in the implementation of SDG (Sustainable Development Goals). This large summit is going to be held in Cox’s Bazar on 23-24 July next year with the participation of 9 organizations of the country. The SDG Youth Summit will help make the ideas of the youth a reality. If the different thoughts of each youth are one, the overall development of the country will increase. “
The Summit is organized by The Earth Society, Young Power in Social Action (IPSA), Global Law Thinker Society, Maslow Bangladesh, We Can Cox’s Bazar, Inspiration for Human Welfare, Parents Aging Foundation, Unemployment Center and Bangladesh Youth Dev. The ‘SDG Youth Alliance’ is being formed by these organizations to organize the summit. “
The inaugural function was presided over by Sharmin Afroz Sumi, Advisor, SDG Youth Summit. The event was hosted by Arefin Payel, a member of the Summit Management Team, and was addressed by Md. Mosleh Uddin Suchok.
Representatives of 9 partner organizations of SDG Youth Summit spoke on the occasion. Actress Sumna Soma said to the youth, “What today’s youth think is not for her alone. Young people are thinking about her country. There can be no better way than this. Each youth represents different organizations. Unemployment will be eliminated in the country. Because the number of educated and uneducated unemployed in the country is increasing day by day. “
Ahiduzzaman Diamond, National and International Award winning film director and producer, said, “Anything can be done if we all work together, Will play a role. I think SDG Youth Summit will go ahead with all and achieve the desired goal. Besides, the youth will play a leading role in the overall development of the country. “
Sharmin Afroz Sumi, Advisor of SDG Youth Summit and Managing Director of Maslow Bangladesh said, “Young people dream. If these dreams are realized then our country will go a long way. If the different thoughts of the youth are one, the overall development of the country will increase. “

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