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August 30, 2020
Australian Embassy

AASYP Reset: ASEAN-Australia Youth Innovation Challenge now open for ideas and projects!

This is your opportunity to RESET the way we think about people to people relations between Australia and ASEAN youth in the first ASEAN-Australia Youth Innovation Challenge!

Whether you’re a current student or professional, we welcome ideas and projects from participants of all backgrounds and industries! All you need to do is develop an idea and pitch it to the judging panel!

Registrations close: 13 September 2020

If you’re a young person in ASEAN or Australia aged 18-29 years be sure to see more details and register now at:

#RESETwithAASYP #YouthInnovation #youthdiplomacy #aasyp #ausaseanyouth #ASEAN #AusASEANCouncil #DFAT #AAC

Australian Embassy Thailand

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