Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum continues the preparation of the upcoming Youth Conference 2020 “Youth4Environment” to happen online on September 24-26, 2020. This time around the conference will focus on the role of youth in policy dialogue on environmental challenges in EaP countries and the EU. Participants will search for ways of effectively engaging the decision-makers at national, regional and local level, overcoming border limitations, as well as elaborating more on the educational needs connected to increasing environmental awareness among the population. In various formats and sessions, participants will tackle the issues of eliminating (plastic) pollution and boosting clean energy, and contribute to discussions on alternative modes of transport.
Moreover, over the course of the three-day conference, you will expand your contacts and networks, contribute to formulating environmental recommendations for international stakeholders, and get a chance to develop your own projects in one of three main areas: pollution, energy, and sustainable mobility. Developed through a Hackathon-style format, these projects will contribute part of the solution to key environmental challenges. The best projects from the conference will receive up to 1000 euro grant to support their implementation.
If you are between 18 and 35, and come from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, the EU member states (inkl. UK) or Russia, have working knowledge of English, and are actively involved in local, national, or international environmental work, apply here to take part in the Eastern Partnership Youth Conference “Youth for Environment”. The deadline for application is August 23, 23:59 CET.
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The Eastern Partnership Youth Conference “Youth for Environment” will gather 100+ young people from the EaP countries, EU member states and Russia. The conference is organised by the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum under the auspices of the German presidency of the Council of the European Union, with the support of the European Union and the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation.