Youth Achievement Awards will be presented to deserving young adults on July 1st from 5.00 pm in Committee Room 14, the House of Commons. At this event we will present the Youth Achievement Awards (YAA) to young people of various backgrounds, and hear them explain their activities. At this event we will present an Ambassador for Peace award to the inspiring Pauline Long.
Singer songwriter Tally Koren will perform her song 'Free Will' during the programme as part of a campaign to inspire people to fulfil their dreams.
Please see the explanation of the Youth Achievement Awards here - http://bit.ly/1jKrHTR
We would like to invite you to attend a most inspiring evening on Tuesday, 1st July, 5.00pm, at the House of Commons, Committee Room 14. At this event we will present the Youth Achievement Awards to mostly young adults of various backgrounds, and hear them explain their activities. Awardees include Jermain Jackman, the winner of The Voice 2014.
He feels very passionate about both music and politics. He would like to get more young people involved in politics. Before 'The Voice' he also gave singing lessons every Friday for children with disabilities, through a charity called Amberliegh.
Other Youth Achievement Award winners, for example, have been involved in the Youth Parliament, a Heart Research charity and challenging gang related trouble in their local neighbourhood. All have overcome obstacles to do great activities and be inspiring examples to us all.
Pauline Long will be receiving an Ambassador for Peace award during the programme. She is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, fashion designer, motivational speaker, music video director with over 25 awards. Founder of Europe’s biggest award for black and ethnic personalities in entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts- BEFFTA. Named African woman of the year in UK and listed in Black Women in Europe Power List. She’s a TV presenter on The Pauline Long Show SKY 182. She has also nominated two of the Youth Achievement Awardees.
If you are interested please come and join the Universal Peace Federation in the Youth Achievement Awards 2014, "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 Events 2013, 2012, 2011, 2011 B)
These awards will honour young adults who have in some way impacted the lives of people around them and beyond. They deserve our encouragement and support. YAA 2013 photo report is here http://bit.ly/JL6cHv
In addition the singer-songwriter, Tally Koren, will sing 'Free Will' to inspire us all to accomplish great things in our lives and fulfil our dreams.
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 and encourage them and be inspired please join us on Tuesday 1st July. Mr Virendra Sharma MP, who as patron of the UPF-UK, will be the host for the event. We look forward to seeing you there.
Robin Marsh Secretary General, UPF-UK
Margaret Keverian Ali Director, UPF-UK
Joyce Suda, Director, UPF-UK
Office: 02072620985 www.uk.upf.org