Youth Matters in Development

 

Topic: Youth Matters in Development

Host: Dr. Karma Phuntsho is the founder of Loden Foundation, a development organization that promotes education and entrepreneurship in Bhutan as well as the Shejun Agency for Bhutan’s Cultural Documentation and Research.

Speaker: Aum Dorji Ohm is the Executive Director of Bhutan Youth Development Fund. She is also the chair of the National Action & Coordination Group of the South Asia Initiative to end Violence Against Children. Aum is also an instructor in Alternative Healing (pranic healing). She has a post graduate certificate in English Language and Literature from the Thames Valley University, London. During her spare time, Aum likes to practice yoga and meditation, read, write, trek and indulge herself in social work and designing (fashion and interior). She also enjoys volunteering for animal shelters and care.

Date:                   June 14, 2018

Venue:               UN House, Kawajangsa, Thimphu

Time:                  4:00 pm to 5:15 pm

The June session of Bhutan Dialogues will be followed by a short training on how to write a good Curriculum Vitae (CV). This is a special innovation to ‘Bhutan Dialogues’ so as to provide an additional learning experience for those who are interested.

As usual, please register on Eventbrite for the June 14th event!

 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bhutan-dialogues-youth-matters-in-development-tickets-46494498296?ref=estw

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