CfA: Open Competition for Participation in “Shaping Participatory Democracy” Professional Fellows Program for Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, and the United States of America, April 15-May 29, 2020, and October 7-November 19, 2020 USA (Deadline: 1 November 2019)

Conference on Media organized by Civic Initiatives: A drastic Deterioration of the Human Rights Situation in Serbia
October 15, 2019
CfA: The 28th NISPAcee Annual Conference, Split 14- 16 May 2020 (Deadline: 31 October 2019)
October 15, 2019

This program is a two-way exchange involving 30 professionals from five selected European countries and 15 mentors from the United States who will effect positive change in their communities. U.S. mentors will share their professional expertise with fellows of this program in the United States and travel for a two-week reciprocal visit to assist their fellow on his/her 6-9 months individual project plan implementation, provide consulting and joint workshops. European and U.S. participants will share experience and promote mutual understanding and partnership between professional groups in the United States and counterpart groups in the selected European countries. The overall goal of the program is to provide a professional development opportunity for mid-level emerging leaders; create a forum for American and foreign participants to collaborate and share ideas and strategies; and build a global network of professionals able to work effectively in an interconnected environment. Read more here.

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Conference on Media organized by Civic Initiatives: A drastic Deterioration of the Human Rights Situation in Serbia
October 15, 2019
CfA: The 28th NISPAcee Annual Conference, Split 14- 16 May 2020 (Deadline: 31 October 2019)
October 15, 2019

This program is a two-way exchange involving 30 professionals from five selected European countries and 15 mentors from the United States who will effect positive change in their communities. U.S. mentors will share their professional expertise with fellows of this program in the United States and travel for a two-week reciprocal visit to assist their fellow on his/her 6-9 months individual project plan implementation, provide consulting and joint workshops. European and U.S. participants will share experience and promote mutual understanding and partnership between professional groups in the United States and counterpart groups in the selected European countries. The overall goal of the program is to provide a professional development opportunity for mid-level emerging leaders; create a forum for American and foreign participants to collaborate and share ideas and strategies; and build a global network of professionals able to work effectively in an interconnected environment. Read more here.

Source: GLC Tech- Democracy 2

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