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Over 400 Thai and international youth joined the Walkathon for Peace

 

The Anglo Singapore International School (Anglo) organized the Walkathon for Peace at the Benjasiri Park in support of the United Nations International Year of the Youth.

This youth-led initiative event was organized by the Year 4 students of Anglo.

 

Cutting the ribbon to officially begin the walkathon are (L to R): William  Tan Wei Yuan, Deputy Chief of Mission, Singapore Embassy, Bangkok; Phra Chainarong Natthadhammo,Thailand’s National Debate Team Coach; Dr Marco Roncarati, Social Affairs Officer, UN ESCAP; and Julie Sutanto, School Director, Anglo Singapore International School.

 

To download pictures, please click here:

https://picasaweb.google.com/117872321587554278812/WalkathonForPeace_Jun242011?authkey=Gv1sRgCITZ34zfyc-HogE#5625449769241089522

 

           

About the International Year of the Youth

The International Year of Youth calls upon governments, the United Nations system, and civil society to recognize the contributions that youth make to society and to address the challenges they face. The International Year of Youth provides an important opportunity to increase commitment to youth, promote youth participation and enhance inter-cultural dialogue and understanding among youth.

The UN Framework Approach has identified three key objectives for the International Year of Youth. These include (i) Creating Awareness – Increasing Commitment and Investment in Youth, (ii) Mobilization and Engagement –Increasing Youth Participation and Partnerships, and (iii) Connecting and Building Bridges – Increasing intercultural understanding among youth.

Disney actress and youth activist Monique Coleman, best known for her character Taylor McKessie in “High School Musical” movies, has been appointed as  the Youth Champion for the International Year of the Youth.

For further information, visit http://social.un.org/youthyear

 

About Anglo Singapore International School

Anglo Singapore International School, established in 2001, uses a trilingual curriculum, incorporating English, Mandarin and Thai in a Singapore school environment. The school is founded on the philosophy that all children can be nurtured to achieve their fullest potential within a caring and challenging school environment using the Singapore curriculum. Its mission is to prepare the students to be diligent and independent learners who will advance themselves to rise creatively and joyfully to the challenges of life.

Classes are limited to 24 students and are lead by highly experienced and qualified teachers. The setting provides maximum benefit and personal attention to the students. Anglo Singapore International School is a fully equipped wireless campus with specialized facilities inclusive of computer and science labs, music and art studios, nurturing library, two swimming pools and a football field nestled within the green embrace of nature in the heart of Sukhumvit.

A new school campus, with state-of-the-art facilities, is scheduled to open in December 2011 in Sukhumvit Soi 64, offering classes from primary level to junior college. The new campus is located on an 8-rai land, just steps away from the soon-to-be opened Punnawithi BTS station. For further information, visit www.anglosingapore.ac.th

 

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E:  Kittima@bnowconsulting.com

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