A list of educational and employment opportunities which are in line with the values and principles MIJARC Europe promotes
Call for youth delegates with the Conference of INGOs
In line with its “Roadmap for youth participation”, the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe will invite 2 young persons (between 18 and 30 years old) from an INGO member of the Conference to take an active part, as a youth delegate, in its April and October sessions.
More information here.
Deadline to apply: 15 February 2020
YFoEE training on Food Sovereignty in Belgium
Where: Belgium (Brussels)
When: 13th – 20th April, 2020
This training is part of Young Friends of the Earth Europe’ pan-European ‘Growing Together’ project, which provides a voice for young people, particularly those from rural areas, to engage with crucial debates on the future of food production, and the wider debates on the future of Europe.
The final activity of Growing Together project will be the event in Brussels from 13th to 20th April and will coincide with International Day for Peasant Rights on 17th of April, 2020. It will bring to Brussels 35 young people across Europe for a week of political action and interventions followed by a public outreach event.
YFoEE is inviting 35 young volunteers/activists/staff from the EU, EFTA countries + North Macedonia and Turkey. Young farmers, young activists, young rural interested in food and farming are invited.
Application form here.
Deadline for applications: 17 February 2020
Job opportunity with the European Youth Forum
Group registrations for EYE2020 are open!
On 29-30 May this year, the European Parliament will host EYE2020, a great mix of debates and activities organised by the European Youth Event team inside the Parliament, in parallel with Yo!Fest, the festival outside the Parliament organised by the European Youth Forum! Group can be registered via this link: http://eye2020.eu,
More information here.
Deadline for registrations: 29 February 2020
Created by Mr Karl Grotenfelt in 2013, the Famigro Award aims to reward the best European rural entrepreneurship project of the year. The Famigro Award rewards each year an innovative entrepreneurial project that answers to the current challenges of the rural sector.
Entrepreneurial projects contribute to the evolution of our rural countryside, while the respect of the environment and social responsibility is endorsed by each rural entrepreneur. The aim of the Famigro Award is to increase the chances of this kind of valuable projects to succeed and grow, letting them benefit from the support of the network of the Friends and Young Friends of the Countryside.
Deadline: March 1, 2020