The Council of Europe welcomes applications from all candidates who fulfil the specific profile of the activities, irrespective of gender, disability, marital or parental status, racial, ethnic or social origin, colour, religion, belief or sexual orientation.
Le Conseil de l'Europe accepte les candidatures de tous les candidats qui correspondent au profil spécifique des activités, quels que soient leur sexe, leur handicap, leur statut matrimonial ou parental, leur origine raciale, ethnique ou sociale, leur couleur, leur religion, leurs convictions ou leur orientation sexuelle.
Application form: TOGETHER HAVE YOUR SAY! A “50/50” training seminar on youth participation standards and processes in Ukraine
TOGETHER HAVE YOUR SAY! / ВИСЛОВИМО ДУМКУ РАЗОМ!
A “50/50” training seminar on youth participation standards and processes in Ukraine
“50/50” навчальний семінар щодо стандартів участі молоді та процесів в Україні
Kyiv, 24-26 February 2021 / Київ, 25-29 жовтня 2021 року
Deadline for applications: 29 September 2021 / Кінцева дата подачі заявок: 29 вересня 2021 року
Call for Youth Delegates
Internet Governance Forum
6-10 December, Katowice, Poland and/or online
The sixteenth Internet Governance Forum (IGF) will be hosted by the Government of Poland under the overarching theme: ‘’Internet United’’. The Council of Europe, as a partner of the event, follows particularly human rights debates such as data protection and security, artificial intelligence, internet regulations and policies, cybercrimes, online hate speech, access to services.
Youth participation in IGF is primary about having a say on youth-related issues, networking, and advocacy. Participants invited by the Council of Europe are expected to:
- actively participate in the plenary sessions, workshops and side events of IGF that are tackling human rights, youth participation, antidiscrimination, inclusion etc.
- bring expertise and be visible in the plenary sessions and the workshops
- learn about and become familiar with different topics related to Internet governance
- Share the learning and communicate key messages and conclusions from the events through online channels of the Youth Department of the Council of Europe.
More information about the activity in the Call for Participants
Deadline for applications: 30 September 2021
Application form: 6th Training course for the staff of youth centres in the network of the Council of Europe Quality Label for Youth Centres
The 6th Training course for the staff of youth centres in the network of the Council of Europe Quality Label for Youth Centres is an opportunity for youth workers to jointly explore these challenges, to share practices, to get new insights and expand their view of what needs to be done and how, and to reflect on how youth centres’ commitment to deliver high quality services to young people can be sustained. It will also be a space to discuss the place of Human Rights Education in the current reality.
The application form must be submitted on-line. Deadline for applications: 20 September 2021, 23:59
Detailed info: Call for applications document
Aim and objectives
The training course is organised to develop the competences of 30 youth leaders to develop Roma youth participation projects and programmes at local and national level, with a concern for social inclusion, gender equality and combating antigypsyism. Its specific objectives include:
- To share and deepen understandings, in theory and practice, of youth participation in a human rights framework and how it experienced by Roma young people across Europe;
- To strengthen participants ability and confidence in applying principles of youth participation, human rights education, gender equality and combating antigypsysim with other young people;
- To identify and explore enabling/disabling factors and barriers to Roma youth participation based on the personal experience of participants and the realities of their communities and organisations;
- To support participants in developing or initiating projects or strategies for Roma youth participation at local and national level according to a double mainstreaming approach;
- To support networking and cooperation among participants and their organisations, especially in view of strengthening youth-led Roma youth organisations and networks at national and European level