Youth Champion Applicants

SafeYouth@Work Congress
The SafeYouth@Work Congress (2-6 September 2017) brought together 125 young employers, workers, unionists and students at the XXI World Congress for Safety and Health at Work to build a global network of young champions for occupational safety and health. Read more: http://bit.ly/SYcongress
Yee Jie Leow, Singapore
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Rue Hong Teo, Singapore
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Angela Maria Herrera Puyana, Colombia
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Barani Ganapathi, Australia
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Deodorant de Araujo Jeronimo, East Timor
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Elise Saade, Belgium
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Ronnie John Barrientos, Philippines
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M. Farid Alharsi, Indonesia
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Nurul Sakinah, Indonesia
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Shu Hui Michelle Lim, Singapore
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Angela Maria Herrera Puyana, Colombia
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Kablan Marie-Ella, Cote d'Ivoire
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Manish Gautam, Nepal
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Tomás Salvador Marchetta, Argentina
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Mariana Soto, Mexico: Why safety and health at work is important for young people
Mariana Soto, a Youth Champion from Mexico, tells us why speaking up for young people and occupational safety and health is important to her. The International Labour Organization's LABADMIN/OSH Branch, in collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) of Singapore is organising a SafeYouth@Work Congress as part of the 2017 World Congress on Safety and Health. Find out more : https://www.safety2017singapore.com/safeyouthatwork/ Mariana Soto, México: Motivos por los que la seguridad y la salud laborales son importantes para los jóvenes. Mariana Soto, joven campeona de México, nos explica por qué hablar a favor de los jóvenes y la seguridad y salud laborales es importante para ella. Mariana Soto, Mexique. Pourquoi la sécurité et la santé au travail sont importantes pour les jeunes. Mariana Soto, une championne de la jeunesse du Mexique, nous raconte pourquoi parler au nom des jeunes et de la sécurité et la santé au travail est important pour elle.
Marion Champoux-Pellegrin, Bangladesh
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Sambath Mom, Cambodia
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Radha Rani Singh, Singapore
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Noelia del Carmen Gómez Serrano, Costa Rica
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Princess Christine A. Talaran, Philippines
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Qi Yin Wong, Singapore
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Sothikun Sarn, Cambodia
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Maria Sol Cacciamani, Argentina
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Stephanie Claus, United States
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Saw Wunna, Myanmar: Why SafeYouth@Work Congress is important to me
Saw Wunna, a Youth Champion from Myanmar - one of the SafeYouth@Work Project pilot countries - tells us why participating in the SafeYouth@Work Congress is important to him. The International Labour Organization's LABADMIN/OSH Branch, in collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) of Singapore is organising a SafeYouth@Work Congress as part of the 2017 World Congress on Safety and Health. Find out more : https://www.safety2017singapore.com/safeyouthatwork/
Belle Frances Timosa, Philippines
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Tony Hor, Cambodia
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Trang Ha, Viet nam
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Chanvoitey Horn, Cambodia
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Herman Ong, Singapore
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Nilva Umaira, Indonesia
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Clifford Kwok Yao Yang, Singapore
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Memel-Ly Nolive Daniel, Senegal
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Maxime Doumgo E-Ouadai, Chad
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Raden Tri Nur Wirano B Gatot G, Singapore
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San Hkawn, Myanmar
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The SafeYouth@Work MEDIA COMPETITION and the SafeYouth@Work Congress are key components of the SafeYouth@Work PROJECT – a global project undertaken with support from U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking. The Project seeks to help create safer workplaces for young workers and help build a culture of prevention on occupational safety and health (OSH).


This material does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the United States Government.