Saturday, April 11, 2009

Malaysia International Youth Programme "Crime Free Generation" on 12th - 17th May 2009 in Kuala Lumpur

Thanks Adriene Leong for the info. This youth exchange programme is organized by Adriene's friends. Food and accomodation is free, as well as no registration fee.
Malaysia International Youth Programme "Crime Free Generation" on 12th - 17th May 2009 in Kuala Lumpur


The Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia in collaboration with the SSEAYP International Malaysia (KABESA) will be organising the Malaysian International Youth Programme with the theme "Crime Free Generation" on 12 – 17 May, 2009 in Kuala Lumpur. It is in conjunction with the 41st National Youth Day, in Malaysia.

The programme is organised to foster the development of values and attitudes such as responsibility, and also enhance teaching and learning of other value-orientated studies such as life education, effective education, and environmental education, where the information, conclusions or recommendations are to be shared among the member countries.

It is hoped that this programme will promote good spirit amongst the youth to create a "Culture of Safety" in the neighbourhoods, build partnerships among police force, nonprofits organisation, and city and community leaders. It is also to have better understanding to the threat posed by any forms of crime. Details of the programme and the registration forms are attached.

The main objective of this programme is to allow youth leaders to meet, discuss and ascertain solutions to any forms of crime as well as allowing them to identify real issues on the ground. This will allow the youth to have their voices heard by global decision makers in promoting a crime free generation, thus contributing towards achieving global peace, stability and harmony, and provide an opportunity for the participants to strengthen cooperation and enhance networking amongst them.

The programme will be an excellent platform in allowing the voices of youth against crime to be heard and given due recognition by the international and regional bodies as well as national authorities.


A total of 120 participants from 17 countries are expected for the programme representing young politicians, student leaders, community youth leaders and young leaders of the NGOs. They are generally expected to come from Asean + 3 and Commonwealth countries. Each respective country required to send 7 participants + 1 national leader. The age range for the participants should be between 17 years – 30 years and National Leader must be below 45 years old.


The theme of the Conference will be "CRIME FREE GENERATION"


English will be the main language of the programme.


The 6 days programme is expected to be officiate by the Hon. Minister Youth and Sports of Malaysia and will be divided into two (2) sessions focusing on the following topics:

1. Global Crime Involving Juvenile

2. Managing Criminal Issues amongst Juvenile towards Crime Free Generation.

Paper presenters at the conference will be international experts with vast experience in the field of crime from Malaysia. Following the plenary sessions, participants will be divided into working groups to come out with recommendations stating the youth's stand against crime which can serve as input in the campaign against crime by the international organizations as well as national governments.


Participants from each country are required to prepare traditional cultural performances between 3 - 5 minutes with the objective to promote their country culture. The performances will be presented during the 41st National Youth Day Celebration in Melaka known as Historical City. The equipment for cultural performances will be prepared by the participants itself.


Each participating country required to prepare exhibition materials to introduce their presented country. Size for the booth is 3 Meter x 3 Meter. The MIYP Secretariat will provide 1 table and 2 chairs for each booth.


During this programme, participants will experience 1 day interaction with their local foster family in Melaka.


Each participant is encouraged to bring 1 official gift and souvenirs as courtesy during interaction programme.


A guided tour to various interesting places will also be arranged for the participants to catch a glimpse of Malaysia.


Mr. Mod Nadzri Yaacob - +6013 347 9063

Khairul Annuar Mansor - +6019 2602964


adriene said...

The above programme is open not only to Malaysians, but also to to participants from Japan, China, Korea, the 10 ASEAN member countries, Maldives, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Therefore, you might like to get in touch with your foreign friends to invite them to take part.

Thanks for the publicity Chen Chow.

Chen Chow said...

Thanks, Adriene for sharing! :)

kamal fnd hashim said...

Thank you for the info. I've found none others sharing and relaying these info except yours.
Btw, i had the pleasure to share the opening session with them yesterday and found them to be receptive and eager to chip in towards a better and safer world.

Crime Analyst Kamal affandi hashim

Chen Chow said...

En. Kamal Affandi Hashim, thanks for dropping by my blog. It is my pleasure to share on the event.

Great that you were there sharing the opening session with them yesterday.

raj said...

Hi, Chen!

I'm Raja from Indonesia.

I really am interested to join. How can I register?


Chen Chow said...

Hi Raj,

Do contact the organizer directly. I was just posting the info.

avi said...

Hi, Chen

I'm Abhik from India.
I'm Very much interested to join how can I register? Plz Give Details to send my Email Id...

Chen Chow said...

Hi Abhik,

The information that I posted is the only info that I have.

Do contact the organizer directly.