Top 10 Fully and Partial Funded Conference For 2021/2022
Apply for 2021 Young Professional Fellowships in Uzbekistan – Fully Funded. The 2021 Young Professional Fellowships is going to be held from 1st to 4h July in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and is open to all nationalities. The application deadline is 28th May 2021.
Mentor Amiable Professional Society (MAPS) presents IV-2021 Young Professional Fellowships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan which is an enlightening program designed for young people aged 16 to 35 years. Young Professional Fellowship-Uzbekistan 2021 is an intensely illuminating program designed for the global youth falling in the age group of 16-35. It’s a prolific journey in which you will thoroughly experience self-contemplation and engagement with amazing young people around the world. Furthermore, this fellowship will highlight cross-cultural exchange, global friendship, self-exploration, leadership development, and youth empowerment.
Introducing the 2021 World Bank Group Youth Summit: Resilient Recovery for People and Planet!
Established in 2013, the Youth Summit is an annual event hosted by the World Bank Group (WBG) to engage with youth globally on the most pressing topics facing their generation.
The primary goals of the Summit are to (1) empower youth to explore innovative ideas to tackle emerging development challenges, (2) provide youth with the tools to build and engage in impactful projects, and (3) promote dialogue between youth, the WBG, and other key stakeholders globally.
The 2021 Youth Summit is a virtual edition of the annual initiative coordinated by young WBG professionals that brings together youth from across 119 countries to discuss pressing developing issues, taking place on June 9-10, 2021.
Youth Co:Lab is the largest youth social entrepreneurship movement in Asia-Pacific. Co-created by Citi Foundation and the United Nations Development Programme in 2017, we are building an ecosystem to connect young social entrepreneurs with incubators, accelerators, and investors to turn solutions into viable businesses.
Our dream? To empower and invest in youth in Asia-Pacific, so they can accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals. Youth Co:Lab is putting young people front and center to respond to the world’s toughest problems
The Harvard College Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) was founded in 1991 to create a forum of exchange for students and young professionals to discuss and learn about the most important economic, political, and social issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. Since 1991, HPAIR has organized 43 conferences in 12 different host countries, touching the lives of more than 10,000 students and young professionals. HPAIR hosts two student-led conferences a year – one on Harvard’s campus and one in the Asia-Pacific. Prospective host cities in Asia must undergo an intensive, six month bidding process; this year’s Asia Conference will be held in Nur-Sultan, HPAIR’s first conference in Central Asia.
HPAIR conferences feature world-class speakers and guests to foster mentorship, networking, and guidance opportunities for delegates. Previous speakers include Kevin Rudd, the former Prime Minister of Australia; Ban Ki-moon, the former Secretary General of the United Nations; Robin Chase, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar; and Frank Friedman, current COO of Deloitte Global.
The Harvard Debate Tournament is an inaugural event hosted by The Global Citizen Academy in conjunction with The Harvard Debate Council. In this 3-day event, participants will be pit against their international peers in a debate tournament with motions centered around SDG 16, ‘Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions’. For this tournament, we are proud to have Professor Tripp Rebrovick, Director of Harvard Debate Council, and Professor Eli Anders, Assistant Debate Coach at The Harvard Debate Council, on our chief adjudication panel. We are confident that their experience will help value-add to the participants’ experience. The Global Citizen Academy and The Harvard Debate Council would like to extend our invitation to interested youths, aged 15-25, to form teams of 6 (5 speakers and 1 adjudicator) and register for this event. What are you waiting for? Join us today!
Negotiation can help you understand international relations better than theory. After all, there cannot be any international relations without negotiations. Foreign policy is often based on the developments and outcomes of negotiations. This raises the question about which role does the national interest play? On the topic, Simon Anholt states in his book the Good Country Equation, “Putting your own country first without putting everybody else last isn’t as difficult as it sounds: there are many examples to show how learning from and collaborating with other countries can actually produce better policies, not just compromise or self-sacrifice”. But when do you chose international interest over national interest?
Countries, and their leaders, seem to think that a policy that is good for the world by definition goes against the national interest. During this summer school speakers like Glenda Sluga, Tim Butcher, and André Gerrits alongside Simon Anholt will provide in-depth insights into nationalism vs diplomacy. At the same time former Dutch minister of defence prof. dr. ir. Joris Voorhoeve, international negotiations experts dr. Paul Meerst and founder and president of the Young Diplomat Hans van den Berg together with other negotiation experts will provide training and insights into international negotiation and diplomacy. Challenging you in a two-day simulation at the end of the course to put your newly acquired skills and knowledge to the test.
Application call for the 2021 Yunus&Youth Global Fellowship Program. The fellowship is open to young social entrepreneurs running social businesses aligned with the UN’s SDGs and the deadline is 20th June 2021.
The Yunus & Youth Global Fellowship (Y&Y Fellowship) is a virtual, six-month program that is designed specifically for operating social businesses. The program is free, with no fee or equity stake required, and the application season is now open for the seventh global cohort. The relationships that would be built will transform the fellows’ social business and ultimately help promote sustainable global development and economic growth for the world.
The project involves a group volunteer activity (with 10 ESC volunteers) that works toward creation of an inclusive, intergenerational and intercultural community circus festival. The process of preparation for the festival will cover the preparation of circus groups of youth and children from different social and cultural backgrounds to attend and perform at the festival. At the same time, the preparations will also cover scenography, arranging, designing an art exhibition, etc. The concept of the festival will be based on the creation of social and intergenerational social space in a public space. Volunteers will be involved in the design of street actions and a circus parade through the city. They will also have the opportunity to express their artistic potential through an open stage or other performing or connecting roles that might interest them. MORE INFORMATION and APPLICATION: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a48YLGdigRkueXlu
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