Wheel of time rolled over to another phase and added some more dots Young Bangla’s motto ‘connecting the dots’. Nearly four month long process of Joy Bangla Youth Award reached to a new phase through the inauguration event at Sheikh Hasina National Youth Centre, Savar on 20th October 2017. From total 50 nominated organizations, top – 30 were given award today at the program.
On 19th October, the three-day long ceremony of Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017 started with the introductory meet with the top 50 finalists. The event started with the finalists introducing themselves.
After a nearly four-month long process of registration, activation, and scrutiny of over 1,300 applications, Young Bangla has finally come down to a list of 50 finalists for the Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017.
Preparations are underway for ceremony of Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017. Through a comprehensive search over four and a half month, Young Bangla, this time, has found out 50 new youth led organizations. Here is the list of our top 50 organizations.
Young Bangla, one of the biggest platforms for the youth in Bangladesh, has successfully finished the activation phase of the registration process for Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017 (JBYA 2017).
Preparatory activities for the upcoming second edition of Joy Bangla Youth Award is going in full swing. Two rounds of divisional meetings – one of the most important pre-event activities – have already been complete. Starting May 20, several teams of Young Bangla, organizers of the award, have simultaneously finished visiting the divisional cities of Rangpur, Rajshahi, Chittagong, Khulna and Barisal.
Centre for Research and Information (CRI) organized a day-long “Idea Circle” on April 24, 2017 at the Santoor Restaurant in Dhanmondi, Dhaka as part of the preparation for the upcoming Joy Bangla Youth Award 2017, scheduled for October.