The Seplaa Young Leaders' Club was launched in 2012 by Amal and Dina Malik, then 9 and 7 years old respectively. It is a social enterprise and a project of the Seplaa Enterprises, creating international impact in climate change advocacy, peacebuilding awareness and imparting child leadership development trainings by connecting to the community through various international projects. The Seplaa Young Leaders Club also connects SEPLAA YLC with partner schools for the promotion of critical thinking skills, peace, art and dialogue among children and young adults aged 5-18 years. Since 2016, it has also been designed to complement the Creativity, activity, service (CAS) project requirements of the IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma Program, and the Global Perspectives subject at O & A Levels (Cambridge International) being offered at Partner Schools. From January 2018, it has been renamed the Seplaa Young Leaders' Club International in line with its growing international engagements and new educational projects being ventured into.
Regular creative activities are conducted for underprivileged and special children at Partner schools
We partner with top schools to deliver SYLC Workshops in Peace & Climate Change Adaptation.
We promote writing, art, science and innovation through competitions held during the year.
The Seplaa Young Leaders conduct international advocacy campaigns on climate change adaptation
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By Zaina Farooq Malik, age 71/2. I had an imagination of a drink and a cat. So I made kitty drink.
By Zaina Farooq Malik, age 7 1/2. I named this girl ‘hiking girl’ because she looks like some one from the mountains.
Ammara Farooq Malik Manila- 17th-19th October 2018. Over a thousand international climate change practitioners, engineers, policy makers and scientists gathered in ADB Regional Headquarters, Manila for the much awaited 6th Asia Pacific Climate Change Adaptation Forum, hosted by the Asia Pacific Adaptation Network, with its secretariat at the United Nations Environment Programme in Thailand and Read more about Pakistan’s ‘Journey of A Hundred Leaves’ highlighted at APAN 2018, ADB Manila[…]
The Seplaa Young Leaders’ Club International flanked by Amal Malik, visited the Yusra Community Center in Fateh, Istanbul on 23rd February, 2018. The visit was part of the planned activities to be covered for the project ‘Journey of a Hundred Leaves’ Book Project. It is the first Pakistani Young Girls’ Led International Climate Change Adaptation Read more about SYLCI Conducts Recycling Activity with Syrian Refugee Children[…]
SEPLAA YLC International Writing Competition 2017 Theme ‘What I call beautiful.’ Competition Rules & Regulations: This competition is open for young writers in the following categories: Age 11- 14 Age 15-18 2. Each applicant can submit upto two entries. 3. Topic: The topic of the competition is What I call ‘beautiful’. 4. Format: Entries can be Read more about SEPLAA YLC International Writing Competition Details 2017[…]
Seplaa Young Leader’s International Art Competition 2017 Theme: “What I Call Beautiful” Competition Rules & Regulations: This competition is open for young artists in the following categories: Age 11- 14 Age 15-18 Each applicant can submit upto two entries. Theme: The theme of the competition is ‘“What I call beautiful”. Format: Art work can be created Read more about Seplaa YLC International Art Competition Details 2017[…]
By Fatima Jafar, Coordinator Seplaa Young Leader’ club. Seplaa Young Leader’s club is the name of a vision to build future leaders. Seplaa Young Leader’s club organizes different workshops and seminars for kids along with the summer camp for kids aged 8-15 years annually during summer vacations. Summer camp 2017 was all about fun and Read more about Peace and Team Building Workshop-2017[…]
By Amal Malik, Co-Founder, SYLC. The SEPLAA Young Leaders held an activity on the theme ‘creativity’, with the children of Amin Maktab. This time, we conducted the activity with a new class as our previous students had been promoted to another class. Although they were a new class and we may have been a bit Read more about Thinking Outside of the Boxes[…]
by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club For our third activity with special children, we planned a puppet show on the theme ‘personal hygiene’. Dina and I planned a small script and we both performed in front of around 60 special children. The children loved the play and I wish we had made Read more about The ‘Special’ Puppet Show[…]
by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club The Rising Sun Institute invited the SEPLAA Young Leaders Club to take part in a Seminar on Inclusive Education. I attended and learnt a lot about the various policy loop holes, difficulties of the physically challenged and the importance of inclusive education. Inclusive education means that Read more about Inclusive Education: Is it possible in mainstream education?[…]