The second day of Confluence 2010 began with devotion on the topic, ‘Withdraw to Renew & Refresh’ by Aldrin Bogi, director, YWAM Bangalore. The promises of this conference was realized and experienced when the delegates were engaged in a discussion hour with 40 dynamic and committed delegates representing Naga Students Unions (NSU) from Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kerala, Pune and Shillong addressing diverse issues and concerns continually faced the Nagas in diaspora and back home.
To continue and strengthen the journey of the Confluence, a new steering committee was appointed with Joshua Thong Seb as convener, co-convener from NSF leadership, Rock Lunglang as secretary, G Namgekdai as assistant secretary, Gonmei Meijingam as public relation officer and Aran A. Chihui as advisor cum treasurer. The next Confluence 2011 is proposed to be held in Delhi.
Resource person Pastor Achu Chang spoke on a topic ‘Surviving Changes’ challenging the requirement of the need to adapt to the changing environment due to social and economic factors. Asserting an urgent urge for a solid foundation for younger generation to involve into these six decades long Indo-Peace Process, Ernest Deenadayalan, social activist and General Secretary OMC requested the young blood to join their hands for this issue.
Addressing the necessity of being an engaging leader, Tatichila Imchen, associate director Mindspeed India exhorted the dynamic delegates to engage oneself in quality leadership, and not speculate negative prospects in it. To create awareness on the basic constitutional rights of Nagas, Clifton D’Rozario articulated law as the strongest custody of every Indian. He described the incredible problem faced by the Nagas in Bangalore as serious and unconstitutional in spite of India having the most fundamental constitutional foundation.