|UNATT is commemorating International Youth Day 2018
The United Nations has designated August 12th, 2018 as International Youth Day with the central theme:
"Safe Spaces for Youths"
UNATT is commemorating the occasion by hosting a Youth Forum, Panel Discussion and Interactive Discussion at the Noor Hassalani Auditorium, Faculty of Law at the University of West Indies, St. Augustine on August 10th, 2018 at 5:00pm
Below is a composite listing of the panelists and their topics for the symposium on Friday August 10th, 2018:
Mr. NIGEL ANTHONY WOODSLEY
PANELIST TOPIC: “THE ENVIRONMENT” as it relates to the UN 2018 Theme “Safe Spaces for Youth” and the alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).
Mr. Nigel Anthony Woodsley is a qualified Environmental Specialist. He holds an MBA in Sustainable Energy Management and an MSc in Planning and Development Management.
PANELIST TOPIC: “TECHNOLOGY” as it relates to the UN 2018 Theme “Safe Spaces for Youth”
Ms Kimberleigh Peterson is an Attorney-at-Law. She graduated from the University of Kent, England in 2011 with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree. She completed the Bar Professional Training Course at BPP Law School and was called to the Bar of England and Wales at Inner Temple in 2012. After an attachment at a leading law firm in Trinidad, Kimberleigh was admitted to the Bar of Trinidad and Tobago in 2013.
PANELIST TOPIC: “YOUTH FRIENDLY WORK SPACES”
The Environmental Physical Spaces – “Youth Friendly Work Spaces” a National Human Resource Development Approach, in-keeping with the UN 2018 Theme “Safe Spaces For Youth” and aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).
Mrs. Nelicia Adams is an Organization Development and Human Resource Management practitioner. She helps organisations manage the process of transformation to improve organisational efficiency and effectiveness by supporting and guiding the people side of change. She is also instrumental in ensuring that organisations adapt and are adequately resourced to meet current and future challenges.
PANELIST TOPIC: “PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT: BULLYING; RECOVERING FROM TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES”
SATORI HASSANALI, MA (Art Psychotherapy) Satori is a UK registered Art Psychotherapist, who currently provides Art Therapy Services to in-patient and out-patient adults suffering from Psychiatric Illness, via St. Ann’s Psychiatric Hospital. However, he remains open to exploring and pioneering Art Therapy interventions across the myriad of settings where it may be applicable, both locally and regionally.