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The 4th University Scholars Leadership Symposium - Manila Symposium 2013

Humanitarian Affairs United Kingdom invites you to participate in the 4th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Manila, Philippines from August 1 to 7,...
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4th University Scholars Leadership Symposium at Manila, Philippines

August 1, 2013 at 7am to August 7, 2013 at 7am
What is The University Scholars Leadership Symposium?The 4th University Scholars Leadership Symposium, held in the Philippines on August 1 to 7 this year, is an international symposium that aims to train Youth Leaders to do their own Humanitarian Work and to give back to their own local communities. The United Nations expressed their support and are highly encouraging participation from Leading Universities, NGOs and Government Agencies.  Programme Highlights List of World-Renowned Humanitarian…See More
Apr 29, 2013
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Aid, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Education, Energy, Ethics, Governance, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Youth
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I hope to expand my network of like-minded people who are passionate in doing Humanitarian and Social Work.

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