Asian Federation of Student Leaders


The ASIAN FEDERATION OF STUDENT LEADERS (A.F.S.L.) serves as a venue for students to develop their leadership potentials, interpersonal and collaborative skills, social responsibility, and a heightened sense of awareness.

To serve as a coalition of leaders who will advance their leadership qualities and bring out the best in them anchored on character, integrity, and collaboration.


  1. Establish, maintain, operate, and manage an association  of student leaders that develops leadership qualities like self-management, people management, and task management anchored on character, integrity, and collaboration;
  2. Foster solidarity among various student councils and their officers realizing that synergy accomplishes more than individual efforts;
  3. Inculcate social awareness, social responsibility, and social responsiveness among student leaders who believe in global citizenship, yet, act in response to local needs;
  4. Provide a forum for exchange of ideas on concurrent issues and take action on yearned advocacy.


As the Federation is an independent student organization, it remains to be funded solely by patrons of Southville International School and Colleges. As we gradually move away from our benefactor, we would like to recommend a one-time membership contribution from all prospective members to defray expenses we incur across FREE activities.

Institutional Membership Fee
PHP 1,500.00
*Institutional members are entitled to three individual representatives.
Individual Membership Fee PHP    500.00


  • AFSL Climate Change Workshop (September 26, 2015)
  • AFSL Global Dignity Facilitators Training (September 26, 2015)
  • AFSL Global Dignity Day (October 15, 2015)
  • 2nd AFSL International Youth Conference in Guam (February 2016)


  1. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (The International Award For Young People)

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation is a registered UK charity whose mission is to promote The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (known as the DofE in the UK), provide young people with the Award, and preserve the quality of the Award worldwide.

  1. Google Educators Group South Manila

Google Educators Groups are communities of educators who share, inspire and empower each other to meet the needs of students through technology solutions, both in the classroom and beyond. Google believes that the best inspiration for educators is other educators. It is for this reason that Google helped start the GEG community and GEGs are run independently of Google by educators, for educators.

  1. Global Dignity, Philippines

Global Dignity is the brainchild of three friends, concerned global citizens who met as Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum: HRH Crown Prince Haakon (Norway), Professor Pekka Himanen (Finland) and founder of Operation HOPE, John Hope Bryant (United States).

The three friends realized that the one thing that everyone in the world could agree on, irrespective of their differences is: We all want our Dignity to be recognized. Dignity is the very foundation of our humanity. Dignity is universal. Dignity is also the source of human rights. The co-founders created Global Dignity in 2006. Since then they have worked with many Young Global Leaders and other partners in over 40 countries, hosting what are known as Dignity Days. This involves visiting local schools and communities around the world and teaching a “course in dignity” to youth.

  1. Global Mentors for Change

Global Mentors for Change is a non-government organization that provides an avenue for mentors from different fields and specializations to collaborate and be able to impart learning and knowledge to the next generation of leaders.