IV. EUROPEAN YOUTH WORKSHOP - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Confederation of Family Associations in the Carpathian Basin is pleased to announce that the 4thEUROPEAN YOUTH WORKSHOP on family issues will take place in Warsaw (Poland) between 26-29 October 2017. The workshop is being organised in cooperation with the “Trzy Plus” (Large Family Association of Poland) and the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy of Poland.
This European Youth Workshop is following the steps of the first three European Youth Workshops (EYW) (Budapest, February 2016; Brussels, October 2016; Budapest, May 2017). It will be centered around the values, challenges, psychological aspects, career-related issues of family as seen today and visioned for the future. As it was declared by the young participants of the first European Youth Weekend: “Families are Europe’s treasure, and are the future in a country.”
The European Youth Workshop is an intensive three-day program. The workshop gives a forum to young participants to speak about their thoughts and motifs regarding family and their future, and to express how they would like to accomplish their hopes concerning their own family lives. They have the opportunity to discuss what family policies are needed on the political side to develop a positive view of the role of the family as the best investment of society into the future. Participants will also discuss how pro-family civil organizations can promote these issues, proposing possible solutions as well. The workshop will also comprise a conference on family issues, the venue of which will be the Senate (the upper house of the Polish Parliament).
A proactive attitude, willingness to work hard, and open-mindedness are essential to the success of the event. The working language of the EYW is English.A high command of English is required.
The following expenses of successful applicants will be covered by the organisers:Accommodation in Warsaw for the period 26-29 Oct (3 nights); Meals for the whole period of stay (3 times/day); Local travel cost (public transportation) during the program; Supplementary support (upon need-based selection): cost of travel to/from Warsaw.
Participants are basically requested to arrange their travel on their own. However, we offer need-based cover of travel costs to a limited number of applicants.
Successful applicants should:be aged from 20 to 35, speak fluent English (at least B2 level), be familiar with (or have great interest in) family-related issues and tendencies, be determined to work hard during the workshop, be convinced that their voice matters in shaping the future of families, be - preferably - a citizen of a European country (not necessarily within the EU).
Application process:Fill in the online application form, Send the following to our e-mail address in ONE letter: email@example.com CV (in Europass-format), 2 good-quality photos: one of yourself and one of your family, Short home-made video,sharing your opinion about one of the following topics: Benefits of having a family at an early age; OR: Benefits of having a family later in life.
Try to be creative. Your video should not be longer than 2 minutes.Please share your video with our official email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) via an optional file-sharing website by creating a direct link to the video. The supported file types are the following: WebM, .MPEG4, .3GPP, .MOV, .AVI, .MPEGPS, .WMV, .FLV, .ogg.
Application deadline: 10 September 2017. Late applications will not be considered. Applicants will be informed about the selection results by 20 September.
The Confederation of Family Associations in the Carpathian Basin wishes a successful application.
President of CFACB
International Project Leader
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