Youth Media Network
Youth Leadership Filmmakers Project
Ba Bong group
|Image One Youth leader from Ba Bong preparing to film scene at the historic Wat Ba Bong|
Over the weekends of the 4th July and 11th of July the Ba Bong group from Doi Saket began shooting their short film for the AVI supported project.
Youth Leadership Project 2010
Our Choice Our Responsibility Project 2010
|Image Two Youth Leaders from 4 communities|
On the 16th till the 18th of July TYAP’s youth leadership team conducted leadership training at Winplace hotel Chiang Mai for the Gla Lueak Gla Rap Pit Chop Project (Our Choice Our Responsibility) 2010. Running in its second year, this year’s project will concentrate on a “We are your friends” approach to HIV prevention. This year there are 40 youth from the 4 communities of Lomlang, Tawangtan, Tamfun and Lanna Polytechnical collage Chiang Mai who will participate in the project.
During the workshops the 40 leaders learnt about a variety of topics in regards to HIV prevention and understanding youth behaviors as well as participating in skills building activities. The skills building activities were centered around counseling, interviewing, advising and leadership skills like how to organize and implement activities.
For this year’s project each of the 40 leaders will focus group with 20 of their peers from their communities, schools and social groups. During each of the focus group sessions, the leaders will pass on knowledge and skills to the 20 participants. For Chiang Mai TYAP will train and support 40 leaders who will focus group with up to 800 youth.
Gla Leauk Gla Rap Pit Chop (Our Choice Our Responsibility) is a youth network Thailand supported project. For the whole of Thailand there are 7 project areas.
Project Consumer Rights Project Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Computer and Digital Mart 2010
|Image Three TYAP booth at the CMCDM2010|
On the 1st till the 4th July at the Chiang Mai University convention center TYAP consumer rights team held an information booth at the Chiang Mai Computer and Digital Mart 2010. TYAP’s team conducted research and talked with approximately 300 people who came to visit the CMCDM. TYAP has become the Chiang Mai office for the Consumer Rights Institute Thailand to find out more information click here.
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