Deadline: 2 October 2016
Open to: students from around Europe
Venue: 6-7 December 2016, Brussels
The Goethe-Institut together with the European Movement International and other partners is reaching out to invite 40 students from around Europe to participate in the “European Angst” conference, taking place at the BOZAR in Brussels on 6-7 December 2016. The event will address urgent questions around populism, xenophobia and extremism in Europe, and will look for responses to the growing anxiety in the “old continent” and beyond its borders. 40 Students, chosen from all over Europe in an open call, will enrich the discussions with their critical questions and write a joint manifesto on the future of Europe, to be handed over to the European institutions at... Read More »
Deadline: 14 October 2016
Open to: anyone interested in cyber-security governance development
Costs: all costs covered for participants related to the trip (meals, accommodation, travel), and the transportation and accommodation booking
This year’s programme will develop participants’ understanding of challenges in cybersecurity governance; explore best practices and relevant tools for developing and implementing cybersecurity policies. At the end of the programme, the participants will be informed about tools for cybersecurity governance development, devising cybersecurity strategies and action plans, identifying the needs of stakeholders and conceptualising multistakeholder discussions on cybersecurity.
Specific topics and skill areas that will be covered include:
The main cybersecurity issues and how they relate to other policy areas, stakeholders involved;
Strategic goals in and tools for cybersecurity governance;
Developing a cybersecurity... Read More »
There are builders, and there are users. There are creators, and there are supporters. There are leaders, and there are followers. And it is never easy to be in the first group. But in this case, the Association for education Mladiinfo International once again was not afraid to set a foot forward and take a leap while jumping into a new field, all for support of the Macedonian ecosystem. On September 5th, together with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Macedonia, Impact Hub Skopje and Association Public (Magazin LiceVLice), they organized the first edition of Social Innovators Conference.
The format of the conference was similar to a TEDx Conference, where speakers shared personal stories in the field of social impact in... Read More »
Deadline: 5 September 2016
Open to: participants aged between 18 and 30 who are committed to act as multipliers in youth work on the themes of antigypsyism and promotion of human rights with Roma young people
Venue: 10-16 October 2016, Ostrava, Czech Republic
his conference is organized by Diocesan Caritas Ostrava-Opava from the Czech Republic and its partner organizations: Phiren Amenca/RGDTS (HU), Romano Centro (AT), NevoParudimos (RO), Association of Young Roma (SK) and FAGIC (ES).
In 2015 FAGIC took an important role in this development and took the responsibility to coordinate and host the conference in Barcelona with a support of its member organizations. This year our Czech member organization will host the conference, in order to give an opportunity for participants to learn more about the... Read More »
Deadline: 18 August 2016
Open to: residents of Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and United Kingdom
Venue: 2-7 October 2016, Zagreb, Croatia
The conference will be held from 2-7 October 2016 in the Croatian Parliament and the City Assembly of Zagreb and aims to bring together 98 young participants from 20 countries. The conference is organised by the non-governmental organisation – Croatian Educational and Development Network for the Evolution of Communication.
At the conference the participants will take up roles of the Members of the European Parliament, national ministers, lobbyists and journalists and will participate in a simulation of the legislative process in the EU on... Read More »
Deadline: 1 September 2016
Open to: fellow ethnologists and anthropologists,students, experts and young researchers from other fields of social sciences and humanities (sociology, philosophy, political science, history, economics, geography,journalism and others)
Venue: 11-14 October 2016, The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb
Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Students’ Club (Zagreb) invites you to participate in the international conference. The conference is interdisciplinary with its main purpose to address, discuss on contemporary processes of globalization, manifestations of social memory and the contemporary practices and narratives of globalization and social memory in an effort to better understand contemporary society and culture. With this conference the aim is to establish a platform for the exchange of experiences and knowledge as well as presentation and dissemination of student, young researcher... Read More »
Deadline: 5 September 2016
Open to: graduate students and early career researchers in a range of humanities and social sciences working on the Central European region in the broadest possible sense
Venue: 23-24 February 2017, Prague, Czech republic
The image of the bureaucrat stamping piles of documents is recognizable as a Central European cultural trope. Labyrinths of paper and faceless institutional corridors have long been part of the literary imagination of the region. In East Central Europe Between the Two World Wars, historian Joseph Rothschild suggests that bureaucracy was a feature both typifying this region and stunting its growth. But bureaucratic organization is a staple of any modern state (Weber). The organizers invite reflections on both state and private (corporate) bureaucracies... Read More »
Deadline: 5 August, 2016
Open to: young people from the entire world, aged 25 to 35
Venue: 19 -20 September 2016, New Delhi, India
UNESCO and the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development are convening the UNESCO International Conference on the Prevention of Violent Extremism through Education, in Hotel Novetel, New Delhi, India on 19 and 20 September 2016.
The International Conference seeks to build a common understanding, among senior education policy makers from around the world, about the educational interventions and approaches that are needed to ensure that education systems contribute appropriately and effectively to the prevention of violent extremism.
UNESCO MGIEP is looking for 50 dynamic young people from around the world, and across multiple sectors,... Read More »
Deadline: 30 July 2016
Open to: university students aged between 18 – 25 and citizens of ASEAN member states who must be proficient in English
Venue: 7 – 10 September 2016, Bandung, Indonesia
ASEAN Youth Initiative Conference (AYIC) is a conference for ASEAN Youth to channel their aspiration in facing global issues – especially in achieving Sustainable Development Goals – initiated by students of Universitas Padjadjaran AYIC will be held within 7 – 10 September 2016 at Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia. In its first installment AYIC carries out the theme of “Unfolding Youth Roles, Creating Sustainable Tomorrow” and will focuses on four points of Sustainable Development Goals that will be discussed in four group discussions:
Decent Work, Economic Growth;
Sustainable Cities and Communities;
Responsible Consumption and Production.
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Deadline: 1 August 2016
Open to: young leader aged 18 and 30 with a passion for global issues
Venue: 28 September – 1 October, Ottawa Canada
The annual One Young World Summit brings together the most valuable young talent from global and national companies, NGOs, universities and other forward-thinking organisations. Delegates to the Summit meet and make lasting connections with peers from almost every industry, sector and country. No youth led movement outside of the Olympic Games represents as many nationalities as the One Young World Summit.
During the Summit delegates debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues the world faces. They will hear and be heard by world leaders acting as the One Young World Counsellors. Past Counsellors include Archbishop Emeritus Desmond... Read More »