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Friday, 14. July 2017 (All day) to Friday, 21. July 2017 (All day)

Addressing Europe’s Unfinished Business (AEUB) Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP)

Call for Participants

Do you care passionately about Europe?

Apply to become one of the 50 European Young Ambassadors at the ‘Addressing Europe’s Unfinished Business (AEUB): Tackling polarization, building trust’ forum organised by Caux-Initiatives of Change Foundation 14-21 July, 2017, Caux, Switzerland

The Young Ambassadors Programme (YAP)

The 'Young Ambassadors Programme' (YAP) is part of the European Project of Initiatives of Change (IofC), which aims to bring together young people caring about the future of Europe.

The programme consists of two days training designed specifically for the Young Ambassadors (14-16 July), followed by full participation in the AEUB forum (17-21 July).

We offer

1. An opportunity for young Europeans to grow in their personal understanding and commitment to Europe, shared ethical values and one’s personal contribution to a better future.

2. Experience the Conference Centre at Caux, Switzerland, as a place of reflection that provides an opportunity to listen to others and to oneself.

3. Strengthen the network of committed Europeans who are working towards change starting with themselves.

This programme aims to invite young people from all over Europe who are actively and substantively contributing in the discussion about Europe. Young people who demonstrate their active participation through civil society initiatives, NGOs, political organisations and structures are invited to join this forum in order to bring their input, ideas and experiences. Young people aged 18-25 from countries who are members of the Council of Europe, plus Kosovo*, Kazakhstan and Belarus can apply. People from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including recently arrived migrants, as well as representatives of minority communities.

Please download attached form for full details.