The Diversity and Inclusion Youth Conference™ (DIYC 2020) Conference Grants Award
About the Award:
The Diversity and Inclusion Youth Conference (DIYC) Committee has established a fund devoted to increasing diversity within and beyond the community. As part of this initiative, eligible students and young adults are invited to apply for conference grant awards to attend the Diversity and Youth Conference (DIYC) 2020. The winners will receive worth up to MYR 3,000 to be used to cover conference-related expenses which includes lodging, food, and conference registration.

The Award is open for students and youth within Malaysia and throughout the region of ASEAN. All applicants should explain how their participation at the conference can help to advance DIYC’s goal of enhancing diversity and inclusion among youths in their respective countries and communities.

The DIYC Committee will also host a reception for the award recipients during the Conference (time and location to be announced). Award winners are required to attend this reception, where they will have the opportunity to meet with leading diversity and inclusion ambassadors for an in depth discussion.

Eligibility: 
The applicant must be a registered and current student or a youth member of an organisation at the time of application. This award is for bona fide lodging, food, and conference registration requirements.

Process: 
Youth who wish to be considered should submit the Conference Grant Award Application Form below to demonstrate that they meet the eligibility criteria. The selection of successful awardees will be made by the local organising committee, who will inform successful recipients prior to the Conference. Please visit http://diycx.org for submission.

The nominations for all awards should be completed using the application form below by March 5, 2020.

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