The Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) is organizing its 5th Training Series on the 30th of June 2018. The upcoming Training Series will be on Malaysian Governance and the UNFCCC. This time around, we will be delving deep into the Malaysia’s governmental structure, with a focus on environmental and climate change policies. We will also discuss how the Malaysian government interacts with the UNFCCC, and what we can anticipate from the new government on achieving the Paris Agreement.
Mr. Adrian Yeo, the founder Power Shift Malaysia, will be leading the session as our trainer. Mr. Yeo is active in the international and the local scene on climate action, having worn many hats in various positions. He is a dedicated advocate for pushing the climate agenda in Malaysia, as well as involving youth voices. His last appointment was as the environmental policy advisor to the Selangor state government, where he worked closely with State Assemblywoman YB Elizabeth Wong.
For this Training Series installment, we are also celebrating the Hari Raya Aidilfitri by having a potluck party after the training. Please feel free to bring along snacks, food, or drinks to share with everybody, and show up in your traditional outfits.Don’t forget to bring your own utensils in effort to go green!
Tune in as Adrian Yeo, founder of Power Shift Malaysia delves into the Malaysian Governance and the UNFCCC.
បានបង្ហោះដោយ Malaysian Youth Delegation #MYD នៅ ថ្ងៃសុក្រ 29 មិថុនា 2018
The event is free and open to the public, so bring your family and friends to learn more about Malaysia’s governance and involvement in UNFCCC! Below are the details of the event:
- Date: 30th June 2018 (Saturday)
- Time: 9.30 am – 1 pm
- Venue: Kuala Lumpur Teaching Centre (KLTC), The University of Nottingham Teaching Centre
- Speaker: Mr. Adrian Yeo, founder of Power Shift Malaysia and policy advisor
- 9:30am-10:00am- Registration
- 10:00am-12.00pm- Training Session
- 12.00pm-1.00pm- Potluck Party
#MYD Training Series – Training on UNFCCC negotiations and media work with various climate experts, government bodies and civil society leaders. Each session will run for approximately 2 hours and will be available on Facebook for future reference.