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Leadership Concept Forum 2012

Courtesy: UNYSAB

The UN Youth and Students Association of Bangladesh, the motto of which had been “Leadership through Volunteerism,” has been exceptionally committed to voluntary works related to the youth. Recently they decided to take the first massive step towards helping the youth in the realm of the leadership development movement with 'The Leadership Concept Forum 2012'-- a daylong certificate discussion forum held on July 21, 2012. The programme was attended by a hundred students from different universities of Bangladesh.

The forum was hosted by University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh, and the organising partner for the event was the ULAB Sustainable Development Club. The organsing committee was lead by Nazm-us-Saadat from LCLS South (Coordinator; UNYSAB Focal Point), Anisa Tasnim Rahman from IUB (Co-Coordinator; UNYSAB Executive Member) and Amrita Hassan from ULAB (ULAB Focal Point). The event was completed under the supervision of Shafiqul Islam (Faculty Advisor, ULABSDC), Nafiz Imtiaz (President, UNYSAB) and KMZH Titas (Senior Vice President, UNYSAB).

The Leadership Concept Forum had an esteemed speaker list. Speeches from Shadman Sadikin, UNYSABian; Young Professional; Former President of IBACC, Mahtabul Hakim, Programme Coordinator, UN Women, Mishu Rahman, Editor, Purple Magazine; CEO, Media Arts and Technology Ltd, Taufique Joarder, Former President, UNYSAB; Doctoral Student, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Lecturer, James P Grant School of Public Health, BRACU, and Golam Sumdany Don, Young Professional; Independent Career Consultant; Course Instructor, ULAB, gave the attending students a variety of views on what leadership can be. Discussions went from academics to community empowerment to gender to risk-bearing and it all came from people who were one of the masters of their trades.

The last segment of the programme, “Meet the Leaders”, was moderated by Professor Abdul Mannan, Faculty, ULAB; Former Vice Chancellor, University of Chittagong. Other important personnel were present.

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