Wednesday, October 2nd, Regina
The clock is ticking on the global commitment to the Millennium Development Goals. What are our responsibilities as global citizens to ensuring a better world for all? What does it all mean, and what can you do?
Join us for a one-day conference for students in grades 6-12 (and your teachers!) as we learn about the Millennium Development Goals, and how to activate global citizenship through creative skills and youth leadership development. This inspiring and engaging event will shed light on interconnected global issues affecting youth, and give students a variety of creative skills to speak your mind, and to shape the future for your community, both local and global.
2013 YOUTH CONFERENCE DETAILS:
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
Knox Metropolitan Church
2340 Victoria Ave, Regina, SK
Early-bird Registration Deadline: June 24th $10/student
Regular Registration Deadline: Sept 18th ($15/student)
- Download PDF Registration Form (for teachers)
- Download Student Consent/Release Form (for students)
- Register On-line
- Cheque made payable to SCIC, 2138 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK S4P 2R7
- Online payment through PayPal
For more information, contact Steffany at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306.757.4669.
Past Youth Conferences
ACTIVATE 2012: The Global Village
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This year’s conference theme is Global Village.
|Weyburn||October 3, 2012 (Wednesday)|
|Swift Current||October 10, 2012 (Wednesday)|
|Humboldt||October 17, 2012 (Wednesday)|
|Prince Albert||October 25, 2012 (Thursday)|
Activate is a series of one-day conferences for middle year’s students (grades 6-8) and their teachers to come and explore the interconnectedness of the global village.
Please contact our Public Engagement Program Officer, Steffany Salloum, if you have any questions.
Activate 2011: Global Food Issues
Student leaders in grades 6-8 are invited to join us for a one-day conference exploring food security!
This year conferences will be held in:
November 24, 2011
At the Don Ross Centre
November 30, 2011
At the Gallagher Centre
Contact us for more information or to register for a conference:
306-757-4669 or email@example.com