Young Peacebuilders Forum

Young Peacebuilders Forum 2015 will be held from 11th to 15th of November in Hague, the Netherlands. Deadline to apply is Tuesday September 22.

The main theme of the forum is ensuring quality of youth peace work, with a research report into monitoring, evaluation and learning in youth peace organisations from the UNOY Peace-Builders network launched during the forum.

Participants must be aged between 18 and 30 and fluent in English. Both UNOY Peace-Builders members and non-members are encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to participants who:

– have experience in the fields related to peace-building and conflict transformation

– are currently active in a youth peace organisation

– are committed to multiply the outcomes of the activity in their own work

Accommodation and food are fully covered apart from a participation fee of € 50/person. Travel costs will be covered by 70%. The forum is supported by the Council of Europe and the European Commission.

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