The Jakarta Post
Indonesia Future Leaders (IFL), one of Indonesia’s youth organizations, has taken a stand to encourage youths to change the country for the better.
The organization, which has only been around for two years, but has already reached out to thousands of supporters and hundreds of activists, celebrated its second anniversary on Oct. 2 at @america, Pacific Place.
IFL was established on Sept. 27, 2009 by seven young students with the belief that it is the youth’s responsibility to make a difference in Indonesia.
Another of IFL’s missions is to initiate, act, share and inspire the nation’s youth. In the last two years, IFL has reached out to 41,000 people through its programs and has actively participated in various national and international forums and dialogs. It now has regional branches in South Sulawesi, Bandung, Medan and Yogyakarta.
During the anniver...