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Youth Achievement Awards 2015 Invite
Written by Robin Marsh
Sunday, July 5, 2015
House of Commons, Committee Room 10,
6 pm Wednesday, 8 July 2015
Kindly Hosted by Mr. Virendra Sharma MP
We would like to invite you to attend a most inspiring evening on Wednesday, 8th July, 6.00pm, at the House of Commons, Committee Room 10. At this event wewill present the Youth Achievement Awards to mostly young adults of various backgrounds, and hear them explain their activities. Awardees last year included Jermain Jackman, the winner of The Voice 2014 who has also been active in empowerment programmes to help others to believe in their singing abilities and been politically engaged in the Youth Parliament. Others, for example, have been involved in the Youth Parliament, a Heart Research charity and challenging gang related trouble in their local neighbourhood.
If you are interestedplease come and join the Universal Peace Federation in the Youth Achievement Awards 2015,"Celebrating Future Leaders". It is always an inspiring experience. Please see the explanation of the Youth Achievement Awards on this link. The previous years were very moving - the following link for last year's Youth Achievement Awards photo report is here http://bit.ly/JL6cHv (Report on Previous Years Events2013,2012, 2011, 2011 B)
These awards will honour youth who have in some way impacted the lives of people around them and beyond. They deserve our encouragement and support.We have received a number of deserving nominations from different backgrounds and in varying fields of activity and are in the process of choosing 10 young adults who willbrighten your spirit and let us all think positively about young people. We have been very impressed with the awardees who are mostly between 18-25 years of age and invite you to hear about their endeavours.
Whether you are a young person who would like to hear about the achievements of others or support your friends, or someone who would like to come andencourage the young adults. From past experiences we know it will be a very uplifting occasion. We will be askinga number of distinguished people, including MPs whose constituents are receiving an award, to present the awards and offer brief words ofencouragement. So please do let us know of your availability. Mr Virendra Sharma, who as patron of the UPF, will be the host for the event. Awardees are more than welcome to bring friends, colleagues and family but as always please do let us know of the numbers accompanying you.
We look forward to seeing you there. RSVP to reserve a seat and avoid disappointment. Please be ready to arrive 30 minutes early to allow time to pass through security.
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