Deadline: 10 April 2016
Open to: young leaders between the ages of 16 and 20 years old, coming from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Moldova, Morocco, Norway, Poland and Sweden
Venue: 23 July – 12 August 2016 in Berlin, Germany
Global-In Fellowship is a three-week youth project in politics and diplomacy, providing opportunities to explore international relations and to enhance diplomatic skills. Through the selection process, GIF aims to find a diverse, motivated and highly skilled group of young leaders.
The international youth program aims to foster European, Transatlantic and Global cooperation and to support a network of young leaders. The program is separated in three parts:
- The workshop-week, during the days, workshops on Economy, Media, Law and Politics will be held, while the evening program will train the participants’ rhetoric;
- Model United Nations (MUN), the second week simulates the work of the United Nations. As a country’s representative you will need and improve your diplomatic and debate skills;
- Political simulation, the third week is a simulation on the construction of Political Systems. You will create your country’s constitution – it’ll all be up to your imagination.
- Young leaders between ages of 16-20 from 12 different countries; Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Moldova, Morocco, Norway, Poland and Sweden;
- Individuals with experience in and/or an interest in international relations, politics, diplomacy or rhetoric, who want to strengthen and develop their communication and debating skills;
- High proficiency in English is required, as well as the ability to participate in the entire duration of the program.
- The project is financed by the European Union program “Erasmus +” and the U.S. Embassy in Berlin. Participants do not have to pay a participation fee;
- The organizer bears following expenses, under the condition, that the organizer either spends the money himself or permits the expense in advance; unauthorized expenses cannot be reimbursed: The program will cover expenses of a basic travel option to and from the location; in addition to this, housing and food will be covered;
- The program recommend a pocket money of at least EUR 100, which will not be used for project related expenses, but only in free disposition of the participant;
- Any expenses outside of the program’s planned activities that the participant chooses in his or her free time are not covered;
- The following expenses will expressly not be covered: Health or any other insurance during your stay in Germany, the cost of your passport and Visa Costs for Non-EU participants.
How to apply?
You are able to apply with the online application form; accepting, that both the organizer and the local partner organization review your application in order to select a delegation. The deadline is 10 April 2016.
For more information please visit the official webpage.