WYP in Art 2020 CONTEST

#StayHome and free the artist in you!

The WYP Philippines invites us all to participate in the WYP in Art 2020 Contest. #Peaceunderconstruction also during the quarantine! The topic of the contest will be the one of our last manifesto. If you don’t have it yet, download it here.

Check out the following four contests:

Photo Contest

  • Download the attached file and follow the instructions.
  • Send us your best photo on the topic of our last manifesto.
  • For the winner there is a prizeless prize: bringing peace to others through your photo! The winning photo will be published on the World Youth Parliament’s online platforms.


Poster Making

  • Download the attached file and follow the instructions.
  • Send us a Poster on the topic of our last manifesto.
  • For the winner there is a prizeless prize: bringing peace to others through your poster! The winning poster will be published on the World Youth Parliament’s online platforms.

Poem Writing

  • Download the attached file and follow the instructions.
  • Send us your best poem (no longer than 40 verses) on the topic of our last manifesto.
  • For the winner there is a prizeless prize: bringing peace to others through your poem! The winning poem will be published on the World Youth Parliament’s online platforms.

Spoken Poetry

  • Download the attached file and follow the instructions.
  • Recite an original poem and send it in a 3 to 5 minute VIDEO.
  • For the winner there is a prizeless prize: bringing peace to others through your video! The winning spoken poetry will be published on the World Youth Parliament’s online platforms.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

Now you are all set. We are looking forward to your work. Good luck!

WYP Online meeting in Germany

It wasn’t just a game…

They are talking about us…

WYPERS of SOA

 

This year has been a very special year for all the WYPERS of SOA at the Peter’s and Paul’s Parish in Yaoundé-Cameroon. Our  working sessions where special in that we where Wypers with different nationalities including Chadians, Central –Africans, and Cameroonians. We all gathered to share experience on the exceptional theme of “Peace under construction: making decisions together for a new civilization”. 


What was extraordinary in every encounter was the fact that we were a living testimony of a national, ethnical and cultural diversity group capable of working together, facing each other and taking decisions together. 

 

We were mostly touched by the points of the manifesto on “Pillars” and “making decisions together”. Given the unstable socio-political situation of our countries marked by crises and violence, our reflexions have been to embrace peace and to construct the peace we want for ourselves and for our fellow future brothers and sisters.