The Brunei Youth Council (BYC) held its seventh representative congress to coordinate administration, especially in discussing and framing out the work plan, dissolving and appointing central executive committee members and renewing association merger.
Held at the Language and Literature Bureau (DBP) at Jalan Airport Lama, the congress was chaired by Executive Chairperson for 2021-2022 Aspadiyah binti Mohd Sah and attended by members of 2023-2024 session led by BYC President Khairunnisa binti Haji Ash’ari.
Assistant Head of Youth and Sports Department Muhammad Amirul Syazmie Ibrahim was appointed as the Interim Executive Permanent Chairman.
Two representatives from the Youth and Sports Department and an officer from the DBP attended as acting observers.
Deputy President Nurul Izyan Anver representing Women TechMakers Brunei, Executive Secretary General Muhammad Alif Mursidi representing International Alumni Programme Movement, Deputy Executive Secretary-General Muhammad Khalid @ Muhammad Nurehsan bin Haji Mohin representing International Alumni Programme Movement, Executive Permanent Chairman Muhammad Wa’ie Al-Syafiiq Shafiee representing Belia Cinta Tanah Air Alumni Programme Movement and Deputy Executive Permanent Chairman Raden Mas Muhammed Mukhriz bin Radin Mas Emran representing Cope for Hope also participated.
The congress also reviewed BYC’s updated constitution, deliberated working paper and financial status and discussed BYC’s strategy and aspiration as a body to connect associations with official associations in the Sultanate and as a network for youth nationally, regionally and internationally.