11 energetic, creative and outliers volunteers Shovan Chowdhury, Yesmin Akter, Sharmin Akter, Shantaw Nur, Saiful Islam, Sabrina Rahim, Refat Jahan, Md Omar Faruk Joy, Miraz Uddin Orfe Emon, Sakir Alam, Nasrin Meghla from YPSA Center For Youth and Development successfully completed six months online fellowship of “Peace and Public Diplomacy Corps (PPDC), South Korea”.
International Council for Peace and Public Diplomacy (CPPD), South Korea is jointly organized with 24 civil society organizations and university institutes in Asia, with the support by Ministry of Unification of Korea. The main purpose of this fellowship is to develop international sensibility and fostering peace and cooperation, through democratic public diplomacy activities and international exchange.
The program is designed for those in their twenties who would like to develop their international capabilities for democracy and peace in Asia, through various public diplomacy activities. Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) believes that this fellowship has a massive influence in the grass root level and young fellows will work selfless way for ensuring harmony, remove extremism as a part of their social and moral responsibilities.
Young fellows learn from peace and public diplomacy Corps Fellowship Program is that peace and public diplomacy is extremely crucial for society to build trust, ensure peace and harmony in society. The practice of peace and conflict diplomacy or the activities that states, international organizations and civil society employ to make peace and manage conflict is increasingly challenged. Young people can make a positive role for increasing peace as well as reduce violence and extremism in society.