Date: Friday, 27 September 2019, 8 PM to 10PM Venue: MCAS Auditorium Book Title: Unskaheable: How to be Confident When You're Nervous
Synopsis: Audience will be engaged in a session where youth mentor Aiman Azlan takes us through his self-help guide. The book abounds with tips and tricks based on personal experiences and scientific studies meant to build one's self-confidence. Join this session if you're in need of an esteem boost!
Synopsis: When we hear the term ‘empowerment’, gaining control and having a voice over issues come to mind. In an era where people refuse to remain voiceless in matters that are close to their hearts, we see campaigns and initiatives coming to life in a bid to raise consciousness about them.
What really goes into the process of translating ideas, abstract visions in the mind, into workable action plans? How do we ensure our dreams come to fruition? If you have always wondered about the nitty-gritty, this session could be just what you need as a springboard to actualizing your ideas.
Join Aiman Azlan and Ustaz Mizi Wahid in a session that details their experiences and their motivation as they endeavour in their pursuit of empowerment.
YODA Talkshow: It Starts With You
Time: 2pm - 4pm Panellist: Ust Taufiq RNB & Sis Anna Belle Francis Moderator: Mr Aiman Azlan
Synopsis: More often than not, we hear youth being plagued with the tumult of identity crises- phases where they are riddled with uncertainties and confusion about who they are. This inevitably aggravates their esteem and affects their interaction with society.
However, identity crises can be overcome when youth realise the power of their uniqueness. Just like musical notes when strung together produce a beautiful piece of music, the uniqueness that lies in each youth colours the social fabric of society. With this realisation, youths can feel a greater sense of belonging to the society and make their marks in their communities in their own unique ways.
Let us delve into the conversations to embrace these differences and create pathways for us to understand youth better.