The idea of a WTO Youth Ambassador Programme was suggested in a video submitted by two young Australians within the framework of the 2011 Public Forum Video Contest. Their idea was based on the fact that “at present, young people have very little say at international organizations such as the WTO.
STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS WTO announces winners of contest for Youth Ambassador Programme On 2 August 2012, the WTO announced the winners of the video and essay contest for the Youth Ambassador Programme.
All submissions (video and essay) shall be accompanied by a one-page (300 words maximum) text in which the participants outline the activities that they intend to undertake as WTO Youth Ambassadors to promote the principles and values of the multilateral trading system within their communities, should they win the contest.The BRIDGES Youth Leadership Institute is a week-long, day camp that brings together OC youth from diverse backgrounds to participate in activities, dialogues and skill building exercises about human relations and social justice issues. Students learn the skills to organize youth, take a stand against hate and injustice and create schools and communities that are safe and equitable for ALL.This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world's youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.
Youth Ambassadors Project Mali Rising's Youth Ambassadors engage the energy of young people in the U.S. to help Mali Rising's students. At the same time, Ambassadors are building their own leadership skills and fostering international understanding among young people. Youth Ambassadors are high school students from around the U.S. who commit to tackling at least one activity from each of three.Read More
The WTO Youth Ambassador Programme A new initiative entitled The WTO Youth Ambassador Programme was launched at the 2011 WTO Public Forum to engage young people in global economic governance issues and to inject new ideas into the debates. The idea was suggested in a video submitted by two young Australians to the forum’s video contest.Read More
OC Human Relations’ annual YouthSpeak Speech Contest is a county-wide search for the top human relations speech written by an 8th-12th grade student. This year, students were asked to submit a short, inspirational speech on the theme of what nonviolent practices mean to young people today.Read More
Global Learning Program for School Children In elementary and secondary schools, lectures by diplomats offer students a global learning experience. Through direct interaction with a nation’s representative, children broaden their perspective to appreciate different cultures, traditions and customs, and at the same time, deepen their understanding of their own country from a comparative.Read More
Youth Opportunities is the largest opportunity discovery platform for youth from all over the world. Browse different opportunities around the world.Read More
On Sunday, January 11 th, the Latino Jewish Student Ambassador program held the inaugural session at the Illinois Holocaust Museum. Twenty Latino and Jewish students actively participated and engaged in discussions and activities around identity and race. The goal of the first session was to provide an overview of the program, build community among the students and engage them in thought.Read More
A national essay writing contest held by World Resources Institute Indonesia and I was awarded with certification of excellence by Mr. Dino Patti Djalal (The Former Deputy Foreign Minister of.Read More
The Beekeeping Essay Contest is sponsored by the The Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees, Inc. For over 50 years, the American Beekeeping Federation has been serving the needs of the U.S. beekeeper. Any youth interested in participating in the contest must follow the instructions for the Texas 4-H selection process.Read More
Asia Youth Leaders is a program in which young people from various Asian countries gather in the same room to take part in observation and lectures by specialists on the theme of social issues in the host country, followed by group discussions. Students from different backgrounds engage in substantial debate using English as a common language, and search for solutions to problems, resulting in.Read More
ADL recently conducted its first session of Hola Olam, the second incarnation of its Latino-Jewish Student Ambassador Program. The program is designed to encourage interaction, cooperation, and understanding between the next generations of Latinos and Jews in Chicago. These new connections will act as an important means to fight hate, discrimination, and intolerance, both locally and globally.Read More