Sunium is turning two years old today and we’ve got something planned out to celebrate. Keep on reading to find out more!
Systems Thinking provides a “new way of thinking”, but what could be the benefits in your work? And how could you adopt systems thinking in practice?
In an increasingly globalised and complex world the participation of multiple stakeholders is conquering its way to set standards for effective discussions and policy-making.
THE HAGUE, THE NETHERLANDS, 16-18 June 2019 Sunium organised and facilitated the process of shaping one of the most important outcomes of the Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance (YouthDIG) – the youth messages. They were later on presented at the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) and the global Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2019.
JAKARTA, INDONESIA, 19 October 2019 Sunium Founders Dr Constantin Malik and Nadia Tjahja participated at the Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI), where they had the opportunity to present Systems Thinking and Syntegration at the seminar “Synergy and Integration to Serve the World”. The seminar was held with the cooperation of the Indonesian Ministry of Trade.
2 October 2019 Sunium hosted its first online panel discussion to celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence. Global Youth Leaders from locations such as Ukraine, the Maldives, India, and Kurdistan were brought together to reflect on the nature of violence, the meaning of non-violence philosophy and share their personal experiences as peace ambassadors.
Sunium is hosting an online panel discussion with young international activists to celebrate the International Day of Non-Violence on October 2nd. During the discussion you will hear from globally recognised Youth Peace Ambassadors who will debate the importance of non-violence, respect for human rights and sustainable peace in turbulent areas.
MALÉ, MALDIVES, 28-31 August 2019 Sunium’s CEO and Co-Founder Nadia Tjahja was selected to attend the Global Youth Peace Ambassadors Training Programme (GYPA) in the Maldives. This programme brought together 200 young activists from over 30 countries world-wide to discuss their understanding of the concept of peace and how this can be achieved, and exchange good practices on peace-building efforts on local, regional, national and international level.