Call for Applications: First Euro-Africa Youth Parliament (EAYP) Conference in Germany

The Youth Bridge Foundation in collaboration with the European Youth Parliament invites young Africans to apply for The First Euro-Africa Youth Parliament (EAYP) will be held in Berlin, Germany from 27th March to 4th April 2014. This event is organized by the International Office of the EYP and the Youth Bridge Foundation (organizers of the annual African Youth and Governance Conference), Accra, Ghana. Over 100 young people from Africa and Europe will gather in the capital of Germany to discuss social, political and economic topics of global relevance and the future of Euro-African relations.

Discussions on the various conference topics will be led by committees that will be set up prior to the conference to conduct detailed research on their respective topics and present on them.

YBF is currently inviting interested Africans to apply for participation in the conference, either as committee chairs or committee members. Please click on links below to apply online or fill applications form and e-mail to conference@youthbridgefoundation.org, indicating position applied for in the subject line.

Committee Chairs (or Download form)

Committee Members (Participants) (Download form)

Deadline for application is 20:00GMT on 23rd January 2014. Please note that applications received after the deadline will not be considered and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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Posted on January 22, 2014, in Africa, Career, Global, Internships and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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