Dubai, November 4, 2018: The global announcement and launch of registrations for the 14th Global Youth Peace Festival – GYPF – 2019 kicked off here today with Sandhya Prakash, Managing Director of Beacon Energy launching the online GYPF 2019 today by typing her name to register first for GYPF2019 on the website The 14th edition of the GYPF which will be held from Sept 30 to October 2, 2019 will focus on the theme of inclusive growth and sustainable development goals with the slogan “Leave no one behind”

Appreciating the GYPF initiative Sandhya Prakash said the 14th edition of Global Youth Peace Fest at Chandigarh and its theme of leaving no one behind becomes all the more important for us it coincides with 150th birth anniversary celebrations of apostle of peace-Mahatma Gandhi. His life and teachings are great source of inspiration for today's youth. His talisman still guides the world by exhorting us to focus on the last man who is still behind the curve in social and economic development. His weapons 'SATYAGRAGHA' and 'NON-COOPERATION' are still relevant and are followed by many and young people around the world should learn them to do more for a better world.

Sandhya Prakash is not only committed to providing companies with practical solutions for a sustainable future but at the same time she is also promoting vegetarianism in Dubai.

‘The UAE is home to over 200 nationalities, so they have chosen Dubai for global launch of registrations for 14th Global Youth Peace Fest-GYPF2019 at Chandigarh in India’, shared Pramod Sharma, founder and coordinator of Yuvsatta (youth for peace) the main NGO organizer of annual Global Youth Peace Fest-GYPF. Pramod further added that the main theme of GYPF2019 will be ‘Leave No One Behind’, recognizing that the dignity of the human person is fundamental. And through GYPF alumni and participants they plan to reach the furthest behind first (2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development)..

The seeds of love, tolerance and universal brotherhood by promoting youth leadership and transformative change that was sown in 2006 with just 14 young participants from Pakistan at an Indo-Pak Peace Camp has now grown into a worldwide Global Youth Peace Fest alumni of over 3500 youth in 50 countries worldwide. And resultantly this year at 13th Global Youth Peace Fest, in Chandigarh, 250 young people joined hand from 30 countries for creating a better world through youth networking and partnership for sustainable development goals.

The target for the 14th GYPF is to bring young people from 50+ countries of the world together and the global launch of online registrations at Dubai, UAE, for the mega event, is expected to give fillip to the process of attracting more young people. The 14th GYPF will also witness the participation of 10,000 young students of 100 Peace Clubs in tricity of Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali in India.