I AM A 2018 UNSLCD PHILIPPINE

I confirm my attendance and active participation in the
2018 Annual United Nations Student Leadership Conference on Development (UNSLCD)
with the theme:
CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE SDGs*
*U.N. Sustainable Development Goals)
SDGoals 13 - Climate Action

Date & Time: February 19, 2018 from 4 PM to 4 AM,

February 20, 2018

Venue: to be announced

Programme:
Monday, February 19:
4 PM: Registration
5 PM: The Philippine segment of the 2018 UNSLCD conference

Opening Ceremonies, Keynote Address

530 PM: For Voting Observer Delegates:

Talks by Thought & Practice Leaders on Sub-themes:
A. Domestic Violence; B. Air Quality & C. Self-Image.
For Voting Leader Delegates (in a separate conference room:
Discussion and Refinement of the Resolutions and Action
Plans by Voting Leader Delegates as Philippine
representatives of the 2018 UNSLCD

8:30 PM: Working Dinner (for Voting Observer & Leader

Delegates) concurrent with
- Final Presentations of the Resolutions and Action Plans
by the Student Leader Chairs of the Sub-themes A-C

10 PM: Poly-com Connection to the United Nations HQ,

NYC, NY, USA.

10:30 PM: Start of the 2017 UNSLCD in UN HQ, NYC, NY, USA.

Note: Programme from GEM/UNHQ Team to be posted when received by IAMSAM

February 21:

2:30 AM Voting by Location

2:45 AM Final Word from each Location/participating country

3:00 AM Adjournment

Subsidized Conference Fee:

Voting Leader Delegate: Php 900.00

who will choose one of 3 sub-themes:
Sub-theme A: EDUCATION/ Educating on the

Realities of Climate Change

Sub-theme B: Climate Change and SCIENTIFIC

SOLUTIONS

Sub-theme C: MIGRATION Caused by Climate Change
Limited slots only for each sub-theme.

Voting Observer Delegate: Php 600.00

Conference Fee (for both types of delegates) includes:
Simple dinner, snacks & coffee
The education and empowerment of being engaged and involved in a UN Leadership process (Creation of Action Plans prior to, during & post conference via online channels. Attendance of the Philippine Segment of the 2018 UNSLCD Proper on Feb 19, 201 8 with speakers and thought leaders on the 3 sub-themes of the conference:

  • EDUCATION/Educating on the Realities of Climate Change
  • Climate Change and SCIENTIFIC SOLUTIONS
  • MIGRATION Caused by Climate Change

Attendance of UNSLCD Proper real time with the conference being held at the UNHQ in NYC, NY, USA.)
Voting responsibility of Leader and Observer Delegates for each of the sub-theme at 230 AM on February 20, 2018
A 2018 UNSLCD Certificate of Attendance signed by Wayne Jacoby, Founder of Global Education Motivators (1981), main conveyor of the UNSLCD at the United Nations; SAM/ Rayla Melchor Santos, host of the UNSLCD as a Philippine site and Co-founder, I Am SAM Foundation 2018 UNSLCD collaterals and materials
NOTE:
Voting Leader Delegates have:
pre-conference mentorship online,
will discuss amongst co-leader delegates & refine their resolutions and action plans during the Philippine segment from 6 - 930 PM in an adjacent conference room and;
will have the opportunity to present their resolutions and action plans, debate with other student leaders at the United Nations Headquarters and other country sites.

Deposits be made to:
Name of Account: I Am SAM Foundation
Name of Bank/Branch: BDO Alabang Hills
Account No.: 006500059092

PLEASE EMAIL DEPOSIT SLIPS TO email iamsamfoundation@gmail.com TO ENSURE YOUR CONFIRMED PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT.
Your conference fee will be acknowledge with a receipt.

ONCE REGISTERED WITH PAYMENT, you will be provided with links, materials, guidelines, instructions and bulletins.

Participation and engagement starts NOW!











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Sub-theme A: EDUCATION/ Educating on the Realities of Climate ChangeSub-theme B: Climate Change and SCIENTIFIC SOLUTIONSSub-theme C: MIGRATION Caused by Climate Change