Kuching is set to host a three-day International Summit on Peace from September 6 to 8 that will bring together over 800 JCI representatives from international social and youth organisations
The joint effort between the Junior Chambers International (JCI) and Sarawak Government, the Summit will take place as a prelude to the International Day of Peace on September 21.
It will provide a platform for young people from across the globe to join in dialogues and plans of sustainable solutions to achieve world peace.
The programme features training workshops, plenary discussions, keynote addresses by international leading speakers and tours showcasing Kuching’s cultural and religious diversity and harmony.
Detailed information on the programme and registration can be found at the event’s website at www.peaceispossible.cc/summit.
Kuching City was chosen to be the host for this year’s Summit due to its reputation as a City of Unity, and JCI President, Dawn Hetzel said that Kuching not only provides the perfect location but also demonstrates how a peaceful communities can co-exist.
“It will empower active citizens everywhere to begin analysing their own community needs and provide sustainable solutions that create the same united and peaceful culture.” she mentioned in an interview.