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Fully Funded AU-EU Youth Cooperation Hub 2018 in Addis Ababa has opened the application for the participants aged between 18 -35yrs and from African or EU member state. The AU-EU Youth Cooperation Hub builds on the unprecedented experience of the AU-EU Youth Plug-In Initiative (YPII) which led the development and presentation of the AU-EU Youth Agenda at the 5th AU-EU Summit in Abidjan in 2017. The YPII itself built on the Abidjan Youth Declaration. As a Youth Fellow, you will advise international experts and institutions on the preparation of the Youth Innovation Fund, a call for proposal for funds totaling 10 Million Euros. By joining the AU-EU Youth Cooperation Hub, you will contribute to making youth solutions a reality, piloting projects in six sectors:
Business, Job Creation & Entrepreneurship
Culture, Sports & Arts
Education and Skills
Environmental Preservation and Climate Change
Governance, Political Inclusion & Activism
Peace and Security, including Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism.
Why Should You Apply?
Because you are passionate about youth involvement in AU-EU policy issues and want the youth voice to be heard and taken into account.
Because your hard work in your community is linked to one of the 6 cluster topics and you want to share and bring your knowledge to the table.
Because you believe in AU-EU cooperation.
Any person between the ages of 18-35, African, European or Diaspora, interested in Africa-EU cooperation as well as knowledgeable in one of the six areas.
As a Youth applicant, you must meet the following criteria:
Be a citizen of an African Union or European Union Member State
Aged 18-35 upon applying
Proven knowledge, practical experience and demonstrated impact in one of the six thematic areas
Additional knowledge/experience of minimum one of three cross-cutting thematic areas is desirable: Gender, Migration, and/or Digitalisation
Interest in and knowledge of Africa-EU relations
Experience in working in international and multicultural teams is desirable
Ability to work effectively in either English or French, and possessing an adequate understanding of the other language
Writing skills and public speaking skills are desirable.