CfA: CoE – Youth Delegate Program in Strasbourg (Deadline: 3 January 2020)

CfA: MCW Global’s Young Leaders Access Program 2020 (Deadline: 5 January 2020)
December 13, 2019
CfP: Supporting People Speaking Up For Democracy (Deadline: N/A)
December 13, 2019

As part of its “Rejuvenating politics” initiative the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe will invite one young person per member State to: come to Strasbourg (France) to take an active part, as a youth delegate, in its 38th (17-19 March) and 39th (27-29 October) sessions develop their own grass-roots project back home. The role of the Congress is to promote local and regional democracy, improve local and regional governance and strengthen authorities’ self-government. Since October 2014, the Congress has invited young people from different backgrounds – youth activists, youth workers, students, young politicians – to take part in its sessions, to have their say in the debates and to exchange with Congress members on the issues on the agenda. Since 2016, as an integral part of their participation, youth delegates have been required to develop their own projects at local and regional level in between the sessions. Read more here.

Source: CoE

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CfA: MCW Global’s Young Leaders Access Program 2020 (Deadline: 5 January 2020)
December 13, 2019
CfP: Supporting People Speaking Up For Democracy (Deadline: N/A)
December 13, 2019

As part of its “Rejuvenating politics” initiative the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe will invite one young person per member State to: come to Strasbourg (France) to take an active part, as a youth delegate, in its 38th (17-19 March) and 39th (27-29 October) sessions develop their own grass-roots project back home. The role of the Congress is to promote local and regional democracy, improve local and regional governance and strengthen authorities’ self-government. Since October 2014, the Congress has invited young people from different backgrounds – youth activists, youth workers, students, young politicians – to take part in its sessions, to have their say in the debates and to exchange with Congress members on the issues on the agenda. Since 2016, as an integral part of their participation, youth delegates have been required to develop their own projects at local and regional level in between the sessions. Read more here.

Source: CoE

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