Deadline: September 17, 2015 | Views: 38

Date: 8 – 11 November, 2015
Location: Morocco

Join international youth groups, UN officials, policymakers and politicians taking part in youth-led workshops and roundtable discussions to examine job creation strategies, opportunities in the green economy and what youth can do to prepare for a shifting labour market.

Objectives:

  • Reduce the proportion of youth not in employment, education or training by 2020
  • Achieve full & productive employment and decent work for all young people by 2030
  • Develop and operationalize of a Global Strategy for Youth Employment
  • Separate economic growth from environmental degradation and improve global resource efficiency

Eligibility:

Delegates will be selected from applicants who are young people aged 18 to 30 with experience in and innovative ideas for youth job creation in the green economy. They must have fluency in English or French.

Cost:

There is no registration fee, but all participants are expected to pay for the costs of their travel. Accommodation will be provided at the Bouznika Youth Camp, and all meals will be covered. Closest airports are Rabat-Sale (40 minutes by car or taxi) and Casablanca (one hour by train).

Application:

To apply, submit the online application form.

Priority will be given to young people aged 18 to 30 who have either already done a project that generates the creation of jobs in the green economy or are waiting on financing for a feasible project to form part of the green economy.

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Date: 8 - 11 November, 2015Location: MoroccoJoin international youth groups, UN officials, policymakers and politicians taking part in youth-led workshops and roundtable discussions to examine job creation strategies, opportunities in the green economy and what youth can do to prepare for a shifting labour market.Objectives:Reduce the proportion of youth...
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