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Launching of the National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea Marianas Chapter April 23,2016

By Dr Celia Lamkin
Founder and Global Chairperson of the National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea and Chairperson, U.S. Pinoys for Good Governance CNMI, Guam, Hawaii and American Samoa
Guam
April 22, 2016

 
 


The National Youth Movement for the  West Philippine Sea ( NYMWPS) in partnership with the U.S. Pinoys for Good Governance Marianas chapter ( CNMI and Guam) will be launching the NYMWPS Marianas chapter on Saturday, April 23,2016, from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm at the El Shaddai Chapter Office in Susupe, Saipan, says Dr. Celia Lamkin, Founder and Global Chairperson of the National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea and Chairperson of the U.S. Pinoys for Good Governance CNMI, Guam, Hawaii and American Samoa.



The launching and the first West Philippine Sea forum which was attended by Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio of the Supreme Court of the Philippines, Former Philippine National Security Adviser Congressman Roilo Golez, Military Historian and Defense Consultant Jose Custodio, Prof.Richard Heydarian, Department of Foreign Affairs Sec. Alfred del Rosario's representative, Veteran journalist Chito Sta. Romana, was very successful attended by almost a thousand  students of UPLB community and other universities and high schools. 

The National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea has the following goals and objectives: 

1.To assert the position of the Filipino youth that fully recognizes the indisputable sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of  the Philippines over its claims in the West Philippine Sea in conformity with the international law. 

2. To instill the values of patriotism to the Filipino youth as well as to rekindle their national spirit. 

3. To effectively educate the youth on the West Philippine Sea and raise awareness on its socioeconomic and political importance to the nation. 

4. To enable the youth to participate in activities that shall protect the marine resources in the West Philippine Sea as well as to protect the rights and welfare of other sectors in the West Philippine Sea such as those in Pag-Asa Island and other Kalayaan Group of Islands, Palawan and the Scarborough Shoal or Bajo de Masinloc, Masinloc, Zambalez.      

The National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea has chapters in the Philippines (Pag-Asa Island, Kalayaan Group of Islands,  Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao), USA ( Maryland, Illinois, Las Vegas, Hawaii, Los Angeles, Florida, Texas), United Kingdom, Ireland, EUROPE ( Rome, Ireland, Malta, Denmark, Netherlands), Ireland, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Euthopia, Africa, Israel,Australia, New Zealand, American Samoa, Guam and CNMI. 
The movement in the Marianas comprised of several young adults within the community, with Reynafe Aniga as the appointed President of NYMWPS Marianas both for CNMI and Guam. Youth who are of Filipino descent ages 13 to 35 are eligible to be regular members and those who are above 35 years old can be an Associate Member, added Dr. Lamkin. 

" The battle between China and the Philippines over the West Philippines Sea has been a tumultuous fight, but it is up to us, the youth of today, to let our voices be heard as we protect the sovereignty of our motherland and spread awareness to our fellow countrymen. The launching of this movement is crucial for all Filipinos, so your presence will be well received by all," says Reynafe Aniga.

Mabuhay ang Pilipinas! 

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