Sign up for ASEAN Power Shift 2015!

APS poster

The ASEAN Power Shift 2015 (APS15), powered by Young NTUC, is a three-day conference that will be held in Singapore from 24 – 26 July 2015.

Spearheaded by Team Young NTUC 350 Singapore, the event brings together youths from the 10 ASEAN countries to a common platform where they will form an aligned position towards the climate negotiations later this year in Paris (also known as COP21), learn about each other’s environmental initiatives and experiences, and provide networking opportunities to catalyse more ground up climate initiatives.

Registration Fee*

Price pax Individual Groups of 5
Individual $50 $40
Students $40 $30
NTUC Members $40 $30


The programme will consist of two key tracks, namely Policy Track and Knowledge Track.

The Policy Track is primarily for pre-selected youth leaders who will be involved in drafting a combined ASEAN Youth Position Paper.

The Knowledge Track is primarily for youth leaders as participants, to learn and be equipped with the necessary skills to run follow up activities and initiatives in their respective countries.

For the Programme Overview and Synopsis for the three workshops above, please visit

Be sure to sign up at!

One Response to “Sign up for ASEAN Power Shift 2015!”
  1. dot says:

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