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1 2 nd Asia-Pacific University YMCA Regional Conference 2009 2 nd Asia-Pacific University YMCA Regional Conference 2009 Local Liaison Officer Briefing 12 July 2009, Sunday On Youth Leadership & Social Entrepreneurship

2 29 July30 July31 July1 August2 August3 August WednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySundayMonday 0800 Arrivals and Registration Devotion 0830Breakfast 0930Keynote Address Uni-Y LEADS in rEVOLution Concept Workshop Social Enterprise Buffer Free Time 0940Work Group 3 Developing of SE Proposal Work Group 5 Developing of SE Proposal 1000Closing and Awarding Ceremony 1030Tea –break Institutional Visits and Exposures Tea - break 1100Programme Intro/ General Orientation (A) Continuation of Concept Workshop Continuation of WG 5 1200Lunch 1300Buffer Uniquely Singapore (E) Buffer Departures 1310Plenary Session 1 (B) Understanding Global Issues Uni-Y Forum (Panel) Social Enterprise as a Youth Movement Open Exhibit Uni-Y Actions 1340Buffer 1350Work Group 1 Reflection/Analysis 1420Buffer 1430Plenary Session 2 (C) Social Enterprise: Inspiring Change 1500Tea-break 1530Plenary Session 3 (D) Youth LeadershipYouth rEVOLution Presentation of SE Proposals 1600Buffer 1610Work Group 2 Reflection/Analysis 1640Preparation for Opening Ceremony 1720Free Time 1800Work Group 4 Reflection/Lessons Preparation for Cultural Night 1900Uni-Y Fellowship Night and Dinner Interaction @ Rooftop Café Opening Ceremony and Welcome Dinner Dinner (YMCA) 1930Cultural Night and Closing Dinner Celebration of Various Cultures National Movements’ Preparation/Setting up of Booths 2200Team Leaders Meeting

3 (A) Programme Intro/ General Orientation Orientation Games Game A: The Name Game I.Starting from the facilitator, he/she will have to introduce his/herself – name, country, school The next person will have to repeat the name of the person before and introduce his/herself This will go in a single direction until the last person has had his/her turn II.2 teams to compete against each other. 1 representative from each team will stand facing each other with a large cloth in between. The cloth drops, and the first person to correctly identify the other person wins the round

4 Game B: Big Wind Blows! Played among 2 teams (5 big groups in total) Players stand in a circle, with one person in the center as “the big wind.” This person identifies a characteristic that is true about himself/herself and all players who share the same characteristic must find a new seat. Game C: The Human Knot Each team is to form a human knot using their arms. The goal is to figure out how to untangle the human knot without letting go of hands. (A ) Programme Intro/ General Orientation

5 Topic: Understanding Global Issues Speaker: Assoc Prof Low Guat Tin The most pressing problems currently faced by the world (focusing on youth in particular) according to UN’s Millennium Developmental goals (MDG) – Equity, Education and youth development – Extreme poverty and hunger – HIV/AIDs – Environmental sustainability The response of YMCAs through the Challenge 21 statement encouraging these certain points: – Empowering all – Committing to work in solidarity with the poor, dispossessed, uprooted people and oppressed racial, religious and ethnic minorities. – To face these challenges, the YMCA will develop patterns of cooperation at all levels that enable self-sustenance and self-determination. (B) Plenary Session 1

6 Topic: Social Enterprise: Inspiring Change Speaker: Ms. Areena Loo The conceptualization of Bridge Learning – where did the vision come from, did you research on the social needs locally? How has this program benefited the community? Share the encouraging results of the program, and how it has inspired change directly and indirectly. (C) Plenary Session 2

7 Topic: Youth Leadership Speaker: Mr. Wilson Ang Using experience in setting up ECO-Singapore as an example of youth leadership: How did he make use of his limited resources to overcome the challenges involved in setting up ECO-Singapore? How has this organization benefited the community? What are some of the encouraging results of his work, and how it has inspired change directly and indirectly? (D) Plenary Session 3

8 (E) Uniquely Singapore Uniquely Singapore Itinerary TimeProgrammes 1200Briefing on The Amazing Singapore Race (SMU) 1230All teams to start with Challenge 1 1330Embark on The Amazing Singapore Race 1730Assembly at Newton Circus (area near Stall 66) 1800Dinner at Newton Circus 1930Depart Newton Circus and head back to YMCA

9 CHALLENGE 1: Telephone Charades 1.Each team is given the same word/action/ phrase to act out. 2.The 1 st person which a person acts out an action only for the next person in line, who in turn acts out for the next person (20sec for each person including the last person to guess) 3.People waiting for their turns are to backface their teammates. 4.The last person in line tries to guess what the original words/ action/ phrase was. This is to be written down a piece of paper so that other teams would not eavesdrop. 5.The team earns 1 point for each word guessed correctly. 6.Every team member can only be the ‘guesser’ once. (E) Uniquely Singapore

10 Food Stations NoClosest MRT StationLocation 1Orchard MRTFar East Plaza 2Orchard MRTWisma Atria 3Orchard MRTTakashimaya 4City Hall MRTRaffles City (E) Uniquely Singapore

11 Sightseeing Stations (E) Uniquely Singapore NoMRT StationLocation 1City Hall MRTSt Andrew’s Cathedral 2Orchard MRTOutside Takashimaya 3Little India MRTMustafa Centre 4Clarke Quay MRTRiverside Point 5ChinaTownShop houses 7Harbourfront MRTVivo City 8City Hall MRTEsplanade 9City Hall MRTSingapore Flyer

12 (E) Uniquely Singapore Uniquely Singapore Itinerary TimeProgrammes 1200Briefing on The Amazing Singapore Race (SMU 1230All teams to start with Challenge 1 1330Embark on The Amazing Singapore Race 1730Assembly at Newton Circus (area near Stall 66) 1800Dinner at Newton Circus 1930Depart Newton Circus and head back to YMCA


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