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ASEAN 2022

12 MARCH 2022

2:00-5:00 PM (GMT+7)


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About youth for SDGS: Youths for SDGs is an academic event that focuses on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and works towards being a part of this universal call to action. Students will be given the opportunity to network and share ideas, as well as capitalize on their creativity and problem-solving skills. This year because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the event will be hosted online. There will be two parts to the event: Breakout Sessions and Case Challenge. The theme of this year is sustainable development goal number three; Good Health and Well-being. 

Breakout Session allows participants to explore different themes of SDGs for an interactive discussion of current global issues and ways to achieve the SDGs. The goal of the discussion is to come up with a creative and feasible solution to the topics under each theme. Case Challenge presents each team of three (as registered) with a real-life case for them to apply the principles of sustainability. A case problem related to a SDG will be given to the teams in the morning, whose challenge will be to devise a creative and feasible solution. The aim of this event is to spark creativity in youth in the application of sustainability. The Case Challenge consists of a preliminary round and final round.

This will be an One-Day even hosted on March 12, 2021. Our finalists will present their case to the esteemed guests and judges who will select their winner based on how sustainable their solutions will be including other categories. For more information on our event, please follow us on our social media

12 MARCH 2022, 9:00 AM-12:00 PM (GMT+7)







We are opening for participants from all over ASEAN!


The registration fee will be donation-based: you can make any amount as a donation for your participant fee. All proceeds will go to charity. We will be donating to Speaking Hub, an organization that provides English online classes for low income students in rural areas in Thailand. For every 200 baht donation, a student gets to study English speaking for free.

Adapting to the New Normal

The world is adapting, and so are we! This year we take a new approach to the event, making it more flexible and convenient for all the Changemakers. Participants will register to the event in teams of three. Our event will be held online through Zoom featuring two main activities: Thematic Discussion and Case Challenge.





RSVP to the event

10 JANUARY 2022

Registration is Open!

  • Registration is open! Participants choose their own discussion rooms, first come, first serve.

  • Participants register in teams of three to solve the case. All members of the team MUST book a discussion room.

  • Limited space is available! Register and ask your team members to register ASAP!

5 FEBRUARY 2022 10:00AM - 1:45PM

60 -Minute Thematic Discussion

Participants must join 1 discussion room. Participants can choose any round of discussions to attend. Registration is first come, first serve.

  • 10:00am - 10:45am   Round 1

  • 11:00am - 11:45am   Round 2

  • 1:00pm - 1:45pm   Round 3

11 FEBRUARY 2022 4:00PM

Case Challenge Submission

5 MARCH 2022 12:00PM

Finalist Announcement

  • Announce 4 finalists (randomly ordered), 3 waiting list teams (in order)

  • The waiting list teams will be contacted if finalists do not confirm their spot to present by Monday.

12 MARCH 2022 2:00 - 5:00PM

Final Round Presentation

The finalist team will be presenting on Zoom. Audience can ask questions in the Q&A session. The session will be livestreamed on Facebook.

Core Team



We’re a group of undergraduate students from different universities and backgrounds passionate about driving change for our society. We’ve had many different opportunities to learn about social issues in our undergraduate years, whether it be through exploring Sweden’s waste management techniques by spending an exchange semester in Stockholm University or learning about local sustainability practices in Thailand’s rural areas. Although we have different experiences and backgrounds, one thing that we share in common is our passion for changing the world for the better, in the ways we can. We strongly believe in the power of youth in being the drivers of future change. As we have gotten numerous different opportunities to learn about social change, we wanted to extend this opportunity for younger youths to learn more about social issues in their highschool years. Being aware of global and local issues is the first step to being the solution to them in the future. We would like to empower youths to know that everyone is capable of contributing to achieve the SDGs within their spheres of influence. Therefore, we teamed up to initiate this event, making this effort truly for youths, by youths.

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Prima (Prim) Pupornchai

Advisory Board of Directors

"Be the change you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi

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Rusali (Rose) Agrawal

Program Director

“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.”
Walt Disney

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Premmika (Sanfran) Taechavarangkul

Advisory Board of Directors

Being part of an event led by passionate youths working for a better future.


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Natnisha Ahuja

Conference Director


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Wit (Namo) Jensuksap

Academic Team Co-Leader


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Patrika (Ink) Permpoonwiwat

Academic Team Co-Leader

You're never too young to change the world.

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Palita (Catty) Srichaisuphakit

Case Director,

Academic Team

“It is time for a new generation of leadership, to cope with new problems and new opportunities. For there is a new world to be won.”
— John F. Kennedy

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Chalita (Noriko) Setthachayanon

Discussion Director,

Academic Director

We can't choose our privileges, but we can decide what to do with them.

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Papawarin (Lookwa) Suparngkarat

Quest Director,

 Academic Team

"Try to leave the Earth a better place than when you arrived." — Sidney Sheldon

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Content Director,

Academic Team


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Peerawith (Junior) Meeboon

Event Management Team Leader

Changes (n.) require Changes (v.)

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Nongtach (Moosom) Amornvivat

Event Coordinator,

Coordinating Team

Life is about making an impact, plus a bit of income ofc :)

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Putipat (Tai) Sirisetpakdee

Event Coordinator,

Coordinating Team


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Nawat Ngerncham

Event Coordinator,

Coordinating Team

We can't exactly send people to space yet so we somehow have to make Earth better.

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Riddhi Shah

Creative Team Co-Leader

Personal reason was to develop my leadership and marketing skills. Selfless reason was to raise awareness and generate discussions and solutions on SDG topics between the future youths.

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Chongkonkorn (Sally) Vichitkamthorn

Creative Team Co-Leader

Sustainable development requires human ingenuity. People are the most important resource.

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Phanthira (Memee) Jintaviriyasakul

Creative Director,

Creative Team

SDGs need more attention from Thais.

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Pattanun (Prem) Pheunglaor

Creative Director,

Creative Team

We need to take action, because having a goal but not acting on it, makes it just an illusion.

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Nipapat (Bam) Singhaveerasamorn

Creative Director,

Media Team

We only live once.


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Meher Mirpuri

Graphic Designer,

Creative Team

Y4SDGs helped me be a part of a substantial change by empowering my skills.

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Bhumjai (Nana) Dangthanom

Graphic Designer,

Creative Team

Utilizing the skills we have to contribute and promote the SDGs can make a small yet impactful change.

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Yana Malay Mehta

Graphic Designer,

Creative Team


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Bhurichaya (Gutt) Solanda

Graphic Designer,

Creative Team

Because in order to create change to life, not just to dream for it but to action; action for something new, for mine and everyone's better life!



As an attempt to include youths in our efforts of creating the event, we opened up the opportunity to high schoolers who are already familiar with and passionate about social issues to help lead this event with us. We proud to present to you our 16 youth leaders, from different international schools, who share the same passion for solving social issues. They would be leading the discussions in the Breakout Session and activities in the Sustainability Quest. And we’re thrilled to be collaborating with them. Hearing about the creative ideas they have in store, we can’t wait to share it with you!

Youth Leaders
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Stuti Shah

The fundamental flaw in our bid to save the planet is the belief that it is someone else's responsibility. Society has never learned to spare this planet and acts as if there's a possibility to migrate to another planet.

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Thitilapa (Ivy) Sae-Heng

I hope that by joining Youths for SDGs I can become more knowledgable about global issues and take action in solving them!

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Vasu Duangudomdej

I joined Youths for SDGs as a Youth Leader because I want to help inspire change and encourage others to become leaders of change in their communities.

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Naomi Duklan

Getting to work for a better cause through the Youth for SDG event makes me feel thankful to be here and motivated to do better.

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Tina Kong

Youth for SDG is not passive recognition of local and global issues: it is a platform where we take action. That is why I'm glad to be a part of it

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Taniya Prajapati

Helping participants make a small change to a big cause makes me feel proud of myself and do more.

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Vichaphol (Sidney) Taechavarangkul

Being part of a bigger cause.

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Thitari (Ainee) Wittayathawornwong

I thrive to make change for the better of our planet.

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Sornchanok (Luksorn) Sorapinya

I believe no one is too small to make a difference. It all starts within you.

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Gayvalin (Tammy) Sujaritchai

Don't wait for change. Make it yourself.

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Matina (Pat) Chaiwarut

Being a part of the Youth for SDG, goas can be achieved through collaborative work and sharing of knowledge about global awareness.

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Chanisda (Dena) von der Luehe

All I can say is that I’m filled with gratitude to participate in Youths for SDGs again this year. Our world’s complex issues inspire me to find justified answers to such problems.

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Victor (Vic) Phisitkul

Youths for SDGs catalyzes change while reaching the individuals who are the future of our society. My interest in such has led me to be a part of the team.

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Atsada (Pun Pun) Israpanich

We, the youth, have the power to shape our future. It starts by using our voice and taking action.

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Natanisha (Candy) Nalinthrangkurn

We have the power, the opportunity to change the world.

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Airi Oku

While acting positively as a leader, I would like to work with SDGs members to come up with solutions to the problems facing the world. In addition, I also want to be a wide signal transmission for people who have not had the chance to think about the world's issues.

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Phantharach (Tara) Natnithikarat

By being part of Youths for SDGs, I hope to create change in society as well as inspire others to do so.

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Kyoka Shodladd

I believe that the power of inspiration and education is bigger than anything because it leads to action to make the world a more sustainable place. Being a part of Youths for SDGs will give me an opportunity to connect and learn from youths from all over ASEAN.



Registration period: Now-18 December 2021


RSVP now to get emailed when our registration opens on 10 January. Be the first one to register for the competition! Limited space is available! RSVP now til 18 Dec!

10 January: Registration is open! Register by choosing your discussion room at [registration website platform: Supersaas].

  • Participants register in teams of three to solve the case.

  • All members of the team MUST book a discussion room.

  • Participants choose their own discussion rooms, first come, first serve.

    • Limited space is available! Register and ask your team members to register ASAP!

Registration Fee: Donation-based

(you can make any amount as a donation for your participant fee. All proceeds will go to charity. We will be donating to Speaking Hub, an organization that provides English online classes for low income students in rural areas in Thailand. For every 200 baht donation, a student gets to study English speaking for free.)

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