CONCAUSA seeks to identify and disseminate proposals for social innovation that young people in America are carrying out in their communities. Moreover, this initiative follows the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals, a set of global objectives to eradicate poverty, protect the planet as well as ensure prosperity for all.
They invite people from all over the world to present what they are doing in their community or country to contribute to sustainable development and overcome child poverty.
- A week of collaborative work and training for the selected projects in Santiago de Chile with expenses paid (airfare, transfers, food and lodging).
- Also, Publicity for their projects through the web platforms and events endorsed by our institutions.
- Presentation in ECLAC to regional authorities.
- Also, Joining a solidarity action network committed to being present throughout the continent, with which they can coordinate actions of social transformation for a sustainable future.
- Certificate granted by institutions that endorse their training and selection.
- Also, The opportunity to meet and share with other young people of the continent with similar interests to theirs. Learn about other projects and how to maintain them as well as contribute better to their communities.
- Form a team of 3 young people from 14 to 17 years old, at least one of whom speaks Spanish
- Also, Present a letter of formal support from an institution (school, youth organization, etc.), endorsing the participation of the team as well as designating a responsible adult as tutor and chaperone, who will accompany them to Santiago de Chile in case they are selected. Download the template of the letter HERE.
- The team must have the permission of their parents to travel for a week to Santiago de Chile.