11th Asia Pacific Regional Conference kicks off tomorrow!

28 June 2013

Girl Scouts of Japan (GSJ) is hosting the 11th Asia Pacific Regional Conference from 29 June to 6 July 2013 in Tokyo, Japan. The Asia Pacific Regional Committee and GSJ are preparing a very special and exciting conference that will offer our Member Organizations the opportunities to work together, learn, celebrate successes and develop partnerships and joint projects.

Details of the Conference:

Dates: 29 June - 6 July 2013 (arrival & departure inclusive)

Venue: National Olympics Memorial Youth Center (NYC), Tokyo, Japan

Fees: USD 470 (Lodging Type A - with common bathroom) / USD 550 (Lodging Type D - ensuite rooms). Both options are single rooms.

Participation: 2 delegates per Member Organization and number of observers based on membership of Member Organization (please refer Circular 1)

The Theme

‘Believe, Belong, Be More’

This year's theme affirms our belief that we must first embrace our Vision and Mission in order to make real change. Hence, we must first BELIEVE that what we are doing contributes to helping girls and young women become the best that they can possibly be.

As Girl Guides/Girl Scouts, we BELONG to a worldwide Movement and family that supports each other in achieving our collective goals towards the fulfilment of our Mission and Vision. 

This strong bond of sisterhood allows us to BE MORE for others, to willingly give a part of ourselves so others can live better lives.

To learn more about the Asia Pacific Regional Conference, please see their website

To read more about all of the Regional Conferences, please visit the Regional Conference page. 

Your comments

Anne Rise - 3 July 2013 - 10.55AM (GMT)

My best wishes for fruitful discussions and success on your decisions made.

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