Inspired from the success of the public forum on Global Citizenship Education held in line with the celebration of the 60th year of AFS Intercultural Programs Philippines (AFS IPP) in August 2017, the organization is pleased to announce an upgraded educational event that will feature in-depth discussions on the role of global citizens in nation building involving students, educators and other public attendees—the AFS IPP Congress 2018.

The decision to conduct the AFS IPP Congress is centered on the results of the series of educator assemblies held throughout the country and the purpose of gathering students, educators and other citizens from various sectors to create awareness on how intercultural learning, global citizenship, volunteerism, and leadership play vital roles in shaping responsible citizens to create a progressive society.

The congress will be hosted by Foundation University, Siliman University, St. Paul University, and the Province of Negros Oriental through the Negros Oriental Center for Culture and Arts in Dumaguete City on August 30 to September 2, 2018.

Register HERE!

AFS IPP Congress Details

The Role of Global Citizens in Nation Building

  1. *Student: 2,800 php
  2. Non-Student: 3,300 php
  3. *AFS School Club Member (Student): 2,300 php
  4. AFS School Club Member (Non-Student): 2,800 php

(*)with accommodation

Public Forum Details

Global Citizenship Education towards a Progress Nation

  1. Volunteer: 800php
  2. Public Attendee: 1,000php

FAQs

  • How much do your events cost?
    AFS School Club Member (Student Php 2800 | Non-student Php 3300)
    Non-AFS School Club Member (Student Php 3300 | Non-student Php 3800)

  • Do I need to be an AFS staff, student or alumnus to attend?
    No, it is an international public event offered to students, educators, and public attendees.

  • Do I need to register to attend?
    Yes. Here is the registration link.

  • Age Requirement?
    There is no age requirement, high school students, educators and young and adult professionals are invited.

  • If Minor, are there other conditions?
    The minor should be a bonafide student of a registered school. We will require school ID from student participants.

  • Requirements during the registration? ID? etc.?
    Kindly bring proof of identification such as government-issued ID or other related documents as well as the final confirmation (printed or electronic copy) which we will send to the confirmed participants.

  • What to wear?
    We encourage participants to be in their comfortable, smart casual attire during the sessions and wear any cultural attire during the Cultural Night.

  • Can I bring a school group?
    Yes. You can invite as many as you can as long as you pre-register.