The new SYAI Team 2014 – 2018 from left to write: Rahman – no longer active – new one is Robiyanto, Zuleika , Arif, Davina, Konrad, Marcus, Rhyana
SYAI World Congress Team liaison: Peter Jenkins
|SYAI Coordinator: Ethan HArris|
|Area 1:||Area 2:||Area 3:|
|Davina Flynn, Australia:
davina.flynn AT subudyouth.net
|Rhyana Blakeley, Spain:
rhyana.blakeley AT subudyouth.net
|Zuleika Pevec, USA:
zuleika.pevec AT subudyouth.net
|Robiyanto Sumohadiwidjojo, Indonesia:
Robiyantosumohadiwidjojo AT gmail.com
|Marcus Vagany, Hungary:
marcus.vagany AT subudyouth.net
|Arif Rivero, Mexico:
arif.rivero AT subudyouth.net
Konrad Muñoz, Colombia:
konrad.munoz AT subudyouth.net
Collective email: sya-international AT subudyouth.net
|Watch the brief video about Subud Youth and another by Subud Youth.|
2015: The Subud Youth Fellowship
The Subud Youth Fellowship is an initiative of the Subud Youth Activities International (SYAI) team. This Fellowship will award a small group of innovative Subud entrepreneurs under 30 years of age with:
- Start-up capital of up to $2,000;
- One-on-one mentoring with an industry professional matched specifically to the focus, needs, and experience of the Fellow; and
- Marketing, promotion, and awareness building through the international Subud Youth networks.
Through the Subud Youth Fellowship, the SYAI team hopes to provide the space and assistance for young Subud members to transform their entrepreneurial, creative, and social ideas into functioning projects. We are working on getting the form translated into other languages. The application deadline is the 1st of November 2015. We will try and have a response for you by mid of November.
Download the form
2011 ‘YES QUEST’ at Rungan Sari:
This Quest was the tenth anniversary of the first ever Quest and was jointly run by the Quest Team and the International Subud Youth Team. The YES Quest is an inner journey and an outer journey. In 2011 the participants explored the Kalimantan wilderness and their deepest self in an intense personal and career development experience. You may read this short report or visit www.yesquest.org for more information.
HUMAN FORCE CAMPS
The 2011 Human Force Camp was at the Children’s Village just outside Jakarta, Indonesia, in July. Volunteers worked together and with the local community to support the mission and goals of the project by strengthening the community’s sustainability through organic farming (photo), participating in workshops with the community and teaching the children. Participants also joined in self-exploration workshops as a challenge to consider how their personal and professional development could be integrated with that of Subud and the world.
2010: Since World Congress the youth coordinators focused on building communication amongst themselves as well as developing channels of communication. The youth participated in several gatherings and events in 2010, notably in Germany, Colombia, Lithuania, the U.S., Indonesia, Britain, Moldova and at the Swiss Snowcamp at the end of the year. The Hamburg gathering was significant as being completely youth-run and organized. Throughout these activities and connections, the coordinators reflected that spiritual support for younger members is especially needed.
The youth in Indonesia were especially active, fundraising for and participating in emergency aid following the eruption of Mt. Merapi on Java in December, participating in the birthday celebrations for Bapak, Subud’s founder, ‘Hymne Remaja Subud‘ or ‘Hymne of Subud Youth’ in June and organizing a three-day youth anniversary celebration in August, ‘Tresno II Kudus 2010’. Over 50 youth attended this event that included a video workshop for disadvantaged children, disaster training, a full spiritual program and a visit to the village where Bapak’s was born.
In December the international Subud community was encouraged to host community dinners to fundraise for the International Youth Travel Fund (IYTF) resulting in approximately $3000. The IYTF assists and encourages young people to take an active part in the Subud community by providing stipends for travel. Reporting back and some amount of matching funding are required to participate.
2012: SYAI Report & Funding Application, June
2012: Mid-Term Review, February
2011: Youth Coordinator Report from the International Coordinators, Lucinda, Roland, Theresa, Steven, Alexandra, Ricardo
2010: Area 1 Youth Coordinator Report from Roland Fraval
2008: Americas Gathering Youth Activities in Colombia