The Centre for Comparative and International Education in the Department of Education, University of Oxford, in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation and the Global Centre for Pluralism announces its 2nd Oxford Symposium for Comparative and International Education (OXSCIE). Continue reading “Call for Short Essays for OXSCIE 2018”
1 June 2018 is the last day for Non-Governmental Organizations to apply for consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), in order to have an opportunity to take part in UN deliberations. ECOSOC consultative status is governed by ECOSOC resolution 1996/31, which outlines the eligibility requirements for consultative status, Continue reading “Call for NGOs to apply for ECOSOC Consultative Status with the United Nations”
The African Governance Platform through its Secretariat based at the Department of Political Affairs, African Union Commission will convene Regional Youth Consultations under the theme ‘Leveraging Youth Capacities for the fight against corruption in Africa’.This is line with the AU theme of the Year: Winning the Fight Against Corruption: A sustainable path to Africa’s Transformation. Continue reading “African Union Calls for Participation: AGA 2018 Regional Youth Consultations”
The Westerwelle Young Founders Programme is a fully funded year-long programme for 25 exceptional entrepreneurs from developing and emerging economies. As part of the programme, the Westerwelle Foundation hosts an annual conference in Berlin: the Young Founders Conference. Its focus is to connect young founders from developing and emerging economies with each other and with the German startup scene. Continue reading “Westerwelle Young Founders Programme – Autumn 2018 in Berlin, Germany”
Education and training remain among the bedrocks for human empowerment, inclusive prosperity and progressive development. However, this powerful agency of education does not happen by chance but has to be planned and strategized through adoption of innovative practices in education. Continue reading “African Union invites submissions for Innovating Education in Africa EXPO”
The annual Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) Week will be celebrated this year from 24 to 31 October under the theme “Media and Information Literate Cities: Voices, Powers and Change Makers”. UNESCO, UNAOC, the Media and Continue reading “UNESCO Call for Papers – Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2018 Feature Conference and MILID Yearbook 2018”
Applications are due by May 14, 2018 via email to email@example.com. Continue reading “Call for Applications: Peer Learning Workshop on Policy Implementation”
|The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to announce the launch of the fourth edition of the GC Visual Contest, open to photographers and video-makers, professionals and amateurs, from any part of the world. Continue reading “4th Global Campus Visual Contest: Open call to photographers and video-makers”|
Young people around the world are actively engaged in the effort to address climate change, leading and participating in a multitude of initiatives at the local, sub-national, national, and international levels. Their strong commitment to working on this issue has also motivated them to participate at international climate negotiations since the first sessions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) (UN Climate Change). Civil Society is represented within UN Climate Change processes by nine constituencies: youth, women and gender, indigenous, business, and others. Continue reading “Youth Engagement in UN Climate Change Processes Scholarship”
What is All Bar None?
All Bar None is an initiative designed to ensure that outstanding young people from every country in the world are represented at the One Young World Summit 2018 in The Hague. Continue reading “All Bar None Scholarship 2018”
Future Leaders Connect – The global network for emerging policy leaders
Your chance to connect to a long-term network of emerging leaders from around the globe, who want to change the world through policy making. Continue reading “British Council Future Leaders Connect”
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Six years ago, Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO Monique Villa created an annual conference in London committed to finding real solutions to empowering women and fighting modern day slavery worldwide.
Since then, Trust Conference has become the world’s leading forum for bringing together global business leaders, government representatives, lawyers, pioneers and advocates in the field of human rights and anti-slavery. Continue reading “Trust Conference 2018 London (Fully Funded)”
British Council in collaboration with the African Storybook Initiative invites writers and illustrators to participate in a residential workshop for the production of mother-tongue based multilingual storybooks. The workshop is a component of the broader Story Making West Africa project which aims to promote the arts, education and mother-tongue based multilingual education in Sub-Saharan Africa. Continue reading “British Council Story Making West Africa Workshop”
About the workshop:
ARCC invites applications for a week-long workshop on conducting field research in volatile and violence-affected research environments from the 4–8 June, 2018.
Scholars from the London School of Economics and Johns Hopkins University will convene the workshop, with participation from leading scholars in the field of conflict research. The workshop is developed in close partnership with International Location Safety (ILS), leaders in the field of safety and security training for the academic and humanitarian aid sectors.
Call for paper deadline: February 28, 2018
Conference Date; June 25-26, 2018
Conference City: Washington, DC
The ABCDE Organizing Committee is issuing a call for papers examining in innovative ways the links between politics and development. Continue reading “The Word Bank Conference on Development Economics 2018: Political Incentives and Development Outcomes”