JENESYS (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) Programme: Invitation of ASEAN youths who deal with climate change issues
September 8, 2010
- 14 youths from ASEAN member countries will visit Japan under JENESYS Programme from September 12 to 18.
- These youth members will exchange their views with officials of the Government of Japan and Japanese researchers. They will also visit energy-saving facilities and facilities related to power generation in metropolitan and other areas.
- This is the first time to invite youth members working on climate change, under JENESYS Programme. This program is expected, on the one hand, to deepen the understanding of ASEAN participants with regard to measures taken by Japan to tackle climate change, and, on the other hand, to establish a robust foundation for various types of cooperation on climate change between Japan and ASEAN member countries.
* JENESYS (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) Programme:
Designed to strengthen solidarity in East Asia through the promotion of mutual understanding among the younger generations in the region, Japanese Prime Minister announced a large-scale youth exchange initiative totaling JPY35billion, titled the JENESYS Programme. Approximately 6,000 youths, mainly from East Asia Summit (EAS) member countries, will be invited to Japan over the next five years under the Programme.
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