Small Steps, Big Impact! Youth Meeting, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Deadline: 15 June 2011
Open to: young people at the age of 18 to 25 years, no age restriction for team leaders
Duration and location: 21 July – 31 July 2011 in Kljuc, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Costs: room and boards are provided, 70% of travel costs will be reimbursed

For the international youth meeting “Small steps, big impact! Youth multipliers for human rights education in action” 21/07 – 31/07/2011 in Kljuc, Bosnia-Herzegovina, still 5 participants and a team leader are wanted.

At this meeting the topic “human rights education” will be discussed. The project offers the opportunity to the young people to discuss concepts and strategies, to exchange own experiences, and to redevelop their individual comprehension of the topic.

Eligibility and Costs

Participants should be at the age of 18 to 25 years. Room and boards will be provided. Travel costs will be reimbursed up to 70%. CGE Erfurt e.V. demands no service fee.

Besides the regular participation there will be the option to attend the German team as team leader (no age restriction). One of the team leader’s tasks is acting as contact person for the organiser and the German team. If interested, please leave the organisers a short note via e-mail.

Application Process

Closing date for applications is 15/06/2011.

The Application Form

Please fill, sign and send the application by Email (scanned version, picture) or FAX to [email protected], +49 361 60 21 516 as well as by post mail.

The official webpage.

2 thoughts on “Small Steps, Big Impact! Youth Meeting, Bosnia-Herzegovina

  1. Hi! Do you accept only German people or German teams? I mean, the form is to be sent to Germany and the information is written in German, I asked because of that. If not I'll apply for it from Turkey, you know 🙂

    1. Hi, Murat,

      so that you know: Please note that Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities.
      As far as I can read they haven't set any restriction as regards the nationality, so I guess, you may apply.
      The information is not only in German – the only part in German is the one where you have to put your signature.

      Cheers,

      Kristina,
      Mladiinfo

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