Due date: April 15, 2017
Young Ambassadors at the ‘Tending to Europe’s Unfinished Business (AEUB): Tackling polarization, building trust’ Forum occurring July 14-21, 2017, Caux, Switzerland and sorted out by Caux-Initiatives of Change Foundation. The “Youthful Ambassadors Program” (YAP) is a piece of the European Project of Initiatives of Change (IofC), which plans to unite youngsters thinking about the fate of Europe. The program comprises of two days preparing outlined particularly for the Young Ambassadors (fourteenth sixteenth July), trailed by full interest in the AEUB discussion (seventeenth 21st July).
The 2017 AEUB gathering topic is: Tackling polarization, building trust. The Main Topics will be:
Activities tending to the underlying drivers of polarization
Strategies for discourse in isolated social orders
The most effective method to make a sheltered space for individuals from various foundations to hear each out other
The utilization of intelligent space to consider our own particular reactions.
An open door for youthful Europeans to develop in their own comprehension and duty to Europe, shared moral qualities and one’s close to home commitment to a superior future.
Encounter the Conference Center at Caux, Switzerland, as a position of reflection that gives a chance to tune in to others and to oneself.
Fortify the system of conferred Europeans who are working towards change beginning with themselves.
Open to youngsters from all over Europe who are effectively and substantively contributing in the dialog about Europe. Youngsters who show their dynamic cooperation through common society activities, NGOs, political associations and structures are welcome to join this gathering to bring their info, thoughts and encounters.
Youngsters age 18-25 from nations who are individuals from the Council of Europe, in addition to Kosovo*, Kazakhstan and Belarus can apply (see the full rundown of the nations underneath).
Individuals from all foundations are urged to apply, including as of late arrived vagrants, and in addition agents of minority groups. Should you wish to speak to any minority group or gathering, please determine in your application.
Candidates for the Young Ambassadors Program are relied upon to satisfy the underneath:
Be available at Caux from fourteenth July 2017 (4pm) and not leave before the finish of the Closing Session on Friday 21st July, 2017 (12.30pm);
Be effectively required in common society and different activities identified with Europe;
Have the capacity to convey and work in English;
Be roused to add to growing new thoughts on Europe;
Be prepared to share claim challenges confronted in their own groups and work about Europe;
Cover your travel costs to and from Caux, Switzerland;
Consenting to visa necessities (where relevant);
Help disperse the occasion data among your contacts and via web-based networking media;
Qualified European nations
Take note of that members from nations set apart with a reference bullet (*) are required to apply for a visa to enter Switzerland:
Albania – Andorra – Armenia* – Austria – Azerbaijan* – Belarus* – Belgium – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bulgaria – Croatia – Cyprus – Czech Republic – Denmark – Estonia – .Finland – France – Georgia* – Germany – Greece – Hungary – Iceland – Ireland – Italy – Kazakstan* – Kosovo* – Latvia – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Macedonia – Malta – Monaco – Montenegro – Netherlands – Norway – Poland – Portugal – Republic of Moldova – Romania – Russian Federation* – San Marino – Serbia – Slovak Republic – Slovenia – Spain – Sweden – Switzerland – Turkey* – Ukraine* – United Kingdom
The program gives grants to interest. The grants cover the gathering charge, convenience and the suppers. The grant DOES NOT cover the go to and from Caux (the nearest air terminals are Geneva and Zurich) or visa associated costs.
The program is conceivable because of the support of the Robert Hahnloser Foundation (Switzerland).
Application Procedure and Selection Process
To apply, please:
Fill in the application shape
Transfer your CV
Present a short video (90 seconds) in which you quickly state what you see as the most vital issue confronting Europe today, and blueprint what you would do about it. Post the video on YouTube (please check assist directions underneath). Should you lean toward another stage please incorporate the connection in your application.
For more data, visit AEUB European Young Ambassadors Program.