|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”
For those aspiring to a career in the development sector, we offer unique and crucial support for taking that first step. The DFID 2 year paid programme will begin in October 2018. It will provide the chance for you to become immersed in DFID’s dynamic environment and contribute to priority projects which make a real difference to improving people’s lives in developing countries. Successful applicants will be paid a salary of £30k during the Programme. Continue reading “DFID Entry Talent Programme 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”
What does the Africa of your dreams look like? What hopes and dreams do you have? How do you envision the future?
As an African organization serving Africans, the African Development Bank’s dream is to build today a better future for Africa tomorrow. Our goal is to unlock the potential of Africa’s youth. We envision a continent that is dynamic, prosperous and led by the visionary leadership of its largest demographic asset – the youth. Continue reading “The Africa of my Dreams Writing Contest”