• January 18 - 20, 2019
  • Partial Scholarship
  • Hyderabad

TJ International Youth Leadership Conference 2019 is accepting applications.

TJIYLC brings together leaders from different walks of life and serves as a point of confluence for young professionals, students, innovators, and policymakers to come together and build consensus around SDGs and other critical development agenda.

The cross-cutting theme for TJIYLC 2019 is The Gandhian Path To Sustainability & Innovation”. TJIYLC 2019 will facilitate a process that strengthens effective youth participation in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of various global issues, related to the process of defining the future global development framework from a Gandhian perspective.

Location:

India

Benefits

  • Delegates acquire first-hand experience in leadership, join a lasting global leadership network and build a platform to tackle current critical issues.
  • Participation certificates for training, workshops, and action planning on Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Accommodation, food, and local transportation (within Hyderabad).

Eligibilities

  • Passionate about Sustainable Development Goals, Willing and motivated to work together with other young people through involving in active dialogue, debate and action planning.
  • Age 18-30
  • Having working a knowledge of the English language.
Eligible Regions: Open for All.

Application Process

Visit the TJIYLC website from the official link and fill the registration form before the deadline

Application Deadline: November 15, 2018 (1 Day Remaining)

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