Monday, February 18, 2013

Evolution For Palestine by Malaysia Palestine Youth Movement on 2nd March 2013,

Assalamualaikum &Salam 1Malaysia.






Please find the attachment of Invitation to 1st Conference on Evolution For Palestine by Malaysia Palestine Youth Movement on 2nd March 2013,KL Convention Centre. 






Please take note that the Conference is free of charge, but as places are limited registration will be on a first-come-first-registered basis. Should your organization wish to send participants, please fill in the form enclosed and return by fax to +6 03 2273 6678 or email to zeti@friendlyrabbit.com before 22nd February 2013.

Thank you

Arman Azha Hj Abu Hanifah
Deputy President
Malaysia Palestine Youth Movement




INVITATION TO “1ST CONFERENCE OF EVOLUTION FOR PALESTINE” 

Referring to the subject mentioned above, Malaysia-Palestine Youth Movement 
(MPYM) will be holding the “1st Conference of Evolution for Palestine” on the 2nd March 2013, (9.30 am to 6.00 pm) at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur. 





2. We are pleased to invite the representatives of Societies / Organizations / Universities / Professionals / Students to take part as participants and observers of the conference.  

For your information, the Committee Members of MPYM are the combination of 22 Non Government Organization (NGO) Youth Leaders and social activies. The first 11 members who are lead by Shahrul Nasrun Dato’ Kamarudin, President of Gerakan Belia Gagasan 1Malaysia.


Those who are participated in “2nd Wave Road to Gaza Humanitarian Mission” on the 7th-14th December 2012  held by the association of Gerakan Belia Gagasan 1Malaysia and Kelab Putera 1Malaysia. Another 11 Committee Members are the youth leaders from Hamas, Fatah, OIC of Gaza and active NGOs in Palestine. 









3. Towards making the power and potential of youth development and peacebuilding for Palestine, the Malaysian Palestine Youth Movement presents three-point agendas for dynamic transformation such as Education, Economy and Social Development. 

It is also in the spirit of international and regional youth response strategies, where MPYM particularly implemented strategic framework and priority program areas for joint action according to the Millennium Development Goal’s 2015 Plan of Action under United Nation Development Program (UNDP). 





1ST
 CONFERENCE 
ON
‘EVOLUTION 
FOR
 PALESTINE’


2ndMarch
2013
(Saturday)
Kuala
Lumpur
Convention
Centre
Kuala
Lumpur,
MALAYSIA


Programme




9:00 am :
 Registration
 and
 Breakfast 
Refreshments



10:00 am










:
 Welcome
 Remarks by
 

















Joint 
Presidents 
of 
Malaysia
 Palestine 
Youth
Movement,

Shahrul 
Nasrun
 Dato’
Kamarudin 
(Malaysia)
Mohamed
 Hasna,
(Palestine)

10:10
am









:

 Keynote
 Address
 by
 





















YAB. Dato’
Sri 
Mohd.
Najib 
Tun 
Abdul
 Razak


Prime 
Minister
 of
 Malaysia




















10:30
am :
 Conference
 Topic
 1
:


Education
 Challenges 
& Initiatives

By
  Ybhg.
Tan
 Sri 
Prof.
Dr.
Muhammad
 Kamal 
Hassan
Distinguished 
Professor
International 
Institute
 Of
 Islamic
 Thought 
And
 Civilisation


Question
 & Answer


12.00
noon :
 Lunch 
& Prayer 
Break

2.30 pm :
 Conference
 Topic
 2




Social
 Development
 Challenges
 & Initiatives








By 
Encik 
Mohd
 Khairil Abdullah
Group
 Chief 
Marketing 
and
 Operations 
Officer 
Axiata Centre

Question 
& 
Answer 






3.30 pm :
 Conference
Topic
3



Economic
 Challenges
 & Initiatives



















By
 Ybhg. Datuk
 Wira 
SM 
Faisal
 SM 
Nasimuddin
 
( TO BE COMFIRMED)
Joint
 Executive
 Chairman 
NAZA
 Group 
of 
Companies.


 
Question
 & Answer 









5.00 pm













:
 Closing 
Speech 
by 
























YABhg.

Tun 
Dr.
Mahathir
 Mohamad,

President
 of 
Perdana 
Global 
Peace
 Foundation
 Malaysia















5:30
pm












: End 
of 
Conference


Dress
:
Business 
Formal

Registration
 & RSVP
:

Muhammad 
Edrin
 Nordin +6
03
22736004,
+6
017
3700291
For 
Pre 
and
 Post‐Conference 
up date,
uploads
 and 
info
 on 

MPYM

 please 
visit
 MPYM

website
 at

www.mypalyouth.org


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