Call for Applications: World Bank & IMF, UNFCCC and WTO delegations

global voicesGlobal Voices is now calling for applications to be part of its funded youth delegations to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, and the World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference.

Global Voices is a not for profit organisation whose mission is to provide opportunities for young Australians to engage with international policy both at home and abroad. We are currently accepting applications for the following delegations to be conducted in the second half of 2013: World Bank & International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings (WB & IMF) from 6 to 14 October (inclusive of travel) in Washington, D.C., USA; United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) from 8 to 25 November (inclusive of travel) in Warsaw, Poland; and World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference (WTO) from 2 to 7 December (inclusive of travel) in Bali, Indonesia.

Thanks to our university partners, all of these places are provided at almost zero cost to the delegates. All flights, accommodation, visas, transfers, insurance, registration fees and most meal costs are covered. However, please note that you must attend a relevant partner university allocated a place for the delegation you are applying for (and in some cases be a member of a specific faculty, school or program) as well as meet any additional eligibility criteria.

As with all Global Voices delegations, each participant will also spend two to three months completing a Research Fellowship following initial pre-departure briefings in Canberra upon selection.

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Posted on August 13, 2013, in Africa, Career, Fellowship and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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