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The ASEAN-Australia Strategic Youth Partnership

The Complex Interplay between Tourism and Sustainability, Opportunity for Entrepreneurs


Welcome back to the AASYP Newsletter.

In this issue, we look at the latest news and dive deeper into regional challenges including malnutrition and sustainable tourism. As always, we'll also bring you opportunities and inspiration to help motivate you to make the most of this year. 

We are proud to present our new logo featuring three rows of eleven circles which symbolise the 11 countries and three pillars (political-security, economic and socio-cultural) that underpin the ASEAN-Australia Strategic Partnership. We are also excited to share our new website with a sneak preview of one of our flagship programmes for 2019: the ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum 2019

Wishing you all a very happy Thursday!
-  The AASYP team 

 
Articles
Indonesian Top 10 Tourist Destination Pulau Pari

Save Pulau Pari: the risks of increased tourism in the ASEAN region

New Colombo Plan scholar Hwei-See Kay explores complex issues of tourism and land rights in ASEAN's premier tourist destinations.

2030 Youth Force for the Sustainable Development Goals

Make the Pledge: what can youth do to tackle poverty and health?


Our Youth & the SDGs mini series author Leonie Nahhas takes a thought provoking look at how youth can challenge the impacts of poverty and poor health and wellbeing.
Experiences
Matthew Page

Growing Up Between Southeast Asia and Australia

Recently announced Westpac Future Leaders Scholar and AASYP Founding Team member Matthew Page reflects on the realities of growing up between Southeast Asia and Australia, the value of ASEAN-Australian engagement and the biggest challenges facing the region.
Opportunities
A2ELP Applications Open

Featured Opportunity: Australia-ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program

Asialink's A2ELP is a three month leadership program for 15 social entrepreneurs from ASEAN and Australia. The program includes: pre-program education, a eight-day intensive program in Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta and Singapore, including workshops, networking events, field visits, cultural activities, and support for implementation. The 2019 A2ELP has the theme of “Smart Cities” and is designed to:
  • Enhance the leadership potential of participants;
  • Strengthen and expand people-to-people, professional, and institutional networks between Australia and Southeast Asia, and
  • Showcase contemporary Australian and Southeast Asian creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Apply Now!
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