1. This Generation Acts

@Legian Room, 2nd floor

Presented by: Ring Cheung, Adrienne Lee, Rachel Tam, Nikita Chan, Jasmine Yu, Wong Yi
GIN advisors: Jeff Auty & Liz Hutchinson

International Christian School Hong Kong

Essential Question -How do you create a local network for global change?
Workshop Description

Have you ever wanted to mobilise the youth in your local city to action? Our workshop will give you everything you need to run a local GIN conference, resulting in students from different schools networking across the city! Participants will gain insight in facilitating the training of student leaders, networking with NGOs/speakers, designing a meaningful conference, etc. The workshop stresses the importance of organisational skills and formation of realistic action plans.



2. Dengue Fever – Global Killer

@Kintamani Room, 2nd floor

Presented by: Garnetta Huang, Grace Liu, Kevin Prasad, Tamara Anjani
GIN advisors: Amulya Malaki & Sally Earthrowl
Dyatmika School

Global Issue – Global Infectious Diseases
Essential Question – How can we fight the bite and empower ourselves against dengue fever?
Workshop Description

Today, about 40% of the world’s population lives in areas exposed to dengue transmission. Although this exists mostly in tropical areas, the disease is now spreading its tentacles to other parts of the developed world. Our goal in this workshop is to raise awareness about the causes and consequences of dengue fever, along with showing various preventive measures to combat this epidemic. We will share various resources to engage students in an educative experience to broaden their knowledge and take action in their own communities. Interactive activities will also be conducted to create a platform for students to recognize how they too can fight the bite in their own community, one action at a time.



3. Climate Change – Advocacy & Action

@Bedugul Room, 2nd floor

Presented by: Micaela Tam, Aimee Jung, Karthik Vempati
GIN advisors: Marthan Began & Steve Early

Singapore American School

Global Issue -Global Warming
Essential Question – How can we raise awareness about and combat climate change in the school community?
Workshop Description:

Climate change is one of the most prevalent world issues. However, many people don’t know what to do about this problem. At Singapore American School, we’ve worked to raise awareness through advocacy by inviting speakers in and through direct initiatives such as the implementation of Waste to Wear class polos.



4. Wallgreens

@Tabanan Room, 4th floor

Presented by: Nandika Gupta, Rose Esguerra, Timothy Tan, Karrel Sinfuego & Isara Suwanslip
GIN advisors: Nikkolai Persia & Ned Ronsairo

Chinese International School Manila

Global Issue – Massive Step-Up in the Fight Against Poverty
Essential Question -Given that nutritional poverty is one of the most common forms of poverty in the world today, how can students work within their sphere of influence to take concrete action in addressing nutritional poverty issues?


Workshop Description:

Founded in mid-2015, Wallgreens is a collaboration between like-minded students who wish to take active role in addressing poverty issues, especially nutritional poverty – a very real and commonplace concern in modern society. It is aimed at studying how to effectively grow a vertical farm in urban city-centers – fully utilizing available space while at the same time increasing flora presence – and eventually teaching learned vertical gardening techniques to empower communities in need. The workshop aims to empower students in developing their own eco-centric and sustainable project that will help in the fight against nutritional poverty.



5. Palm Oil has Palmed off our Rain Forests-Havoc in our Backyard

@Amlapura Room, 4th floor

Presented by: Aja Ryan, Carmen Mitrovic, Eva Taylor, Perine Fleury & Trishna Bindu
GIN advisors: Amulya Malaki & Sally Earthrowl
Dyatmika School

Global Issue – Biodiversity and Ecosystem Losses
Essential Question – How can we save the lungs of our world?
Workshop Description

We’re burning it. We’re breathing it. It’s killing us.  A third of the world’s ecosystem is going up in flames. Kalimantan and Borneo – once known as the earths lungs – have made Indonesia the third highest carbon emitter in the world. Our workshop will educate the students on this burning issue outlining how we are the central contributors to this destruction. Using a range of fun interactive activities that will provide insight on the impact of deforestation, we will inspire the participants to fight for change and to deal with this complex problem. Group discussions will be conducted on how they can combat it in their community and their daily lives constructing a foundation for a locally executable solution.



6. Pedal for Power

@Bangli Room, 4th floor

Presented by: Johanna Juanco, Ramon Martin Co, Chloe Uly, Sae Joon Cheon, John Yun Hwan  & Grant Park
GIN advisors: Nikkolai Persia & Ned Ronsairo
Chinese International School Manila

Global Issues – Education For All & Massive Step-Up In The Fight Against Poverty
Essential Question- Given that energy consumption is an essential aspect of daily life in the modern world, how can students act as agents of change and initiate further awareness onto the individual responsibility of their fellow students as consumers of energy resources?
Workshop Description

Pedal for Power is a student-led initiative borne out of the need to intertwine science learning and environmental responsibility. The project is aimed at heightening awareness of students in their consumption of energy resources by providing relatable information through science. The workshop envisions providing an interactive experience to participants that will give them a renewed perception on how their energy consumption affects the global carbon footprint.



7. Educate, Don’t segregate!

@Mangupura Room, 4th floor

Presented by: Brenda Sulamdany, Michelle Santoso & Israh Noor Jaleel
GIN advisors: Sonia Laureau
Mont’Kiara International School

Global Issue- Education for all
Essential Question – How can we, in our local community, help those who have no access to education?
Description of workshop:

According to the UNHCR (The United Nations Refugee Agency), out of all refugee children, only half are enrolled in primary school, and just one in four are estimated to be in secondary school. In this workshop, we will focus on the different ways we, students, can help refugee children receive an education within our level of capacity, and minimize the number of obstacles that stand in the way, because every child is entitled to education, regardless of his background and his situation.



8. Fighting Poverty Across Borders

@Singaraja Room, 4th floor

Presented by Elise Schermers, Kailani Heilijgers, Ayoni Thompson &  Richard Stureborg
GIN advisors: Annie Andrews, Ann Durham & Tasneem Shafi
Jakarta Intercultural School

Global Issue- Poverty & Education for All
Essential Question- What are the ethics of working with an NGO outside of the country your school is in?
Workshop Description

Many of the schools visiting BALIGIN are based in communities where there is wide spread poverty and a lack of equal access to education, health, clean water and other basic infrastructure. The questions can readily be asked- ‘what purpose do overseas ‘service trips’ serve?’ and ‘Why not help the communities closest to you first?’ In this provocative workshop we will examine these ethical question

9. Solution Suds and Slick Rides

@Negara Room, 2nd floor

Presented by Achintya Nilsen,  Sofi LeBerre, Kassie Parish, Sophia Kim, William Seaton, Gung Alit

GIN Advisors: Kyle King & Camilo Velasquez

Green School Bali

Global Issue – Pollution
Essential Question – How can we live more sustainably by closing the loop on Used Cooking Oil waste
Workshop Description

Used Cooking Oil is a hazard to the environment and health of the people in Bali.  It is cancer causing  and significantly contributes to ocean and soil acidification.  We intercept the supply chain to the black market by collecting used cooking.  Consequently we mitigate these effects and use this raw material to make biodiesel to run our Green School buses.  We further close the loop on waste by using the byproduct glycerine to make soap.  Solution Suds are sold locally and used to barter for used cooking oil.  During this workshop you will make a batch of solution suds and learn more on how to start a Bio Bus Program!