MIJARC Europe

International Movement of Catholic Agricultural and Rural Youth

Opportunities

A list of educational and employment opportunities which are in line with the values and principles MIJARC Europe promotes


 

Modeling the risks underlying rural NEETs social exclusion – a series of webinars for rural youth

June-July 2020 – a series of webinars exploring the social exclusion of rural youth

Full list of webinars here.


Careers in the Erasmus Student Network Headquarters

The Erasmus Student Network is currently looking to fill the following vacancies:

  • Communication and Media Intern
  • Web Developer
  • Office Manager

The requirements, responsibilities and application process for each of the positions can be consulted here



Council of Europe: E-learning course on advocacy for human rights education

To reinforce the capacity of young people to advocate for human rights education in 2020, the Council of Europe Youth Department, in cooperation with Human Rights Education Youth Network (HREYN), intended to run a study session titled AHRE – Advocates for Human Rights Education. This session was scheduled for April 2020 at the European Youth Centre Budapest and had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As an immediate reply to the situation and a way to mitigate the consequences of this cancellation, the Youth Department is offering an online course on Advocacy for Human Rights Education with young people.

The course will be facilitated and delivered in the Moodle e-learning platform of the youth sector of the Council of Europe.

Period: 29 June – 29 July 2020

Deadline: 25th June 2020, 13:00 P.M. CET 

More information here


Call for ideas on educational videos

The European Commission has launched a competition to gather ideas for four educational videos for consumers. Young people are invited to submit one or more storyline ideas on any of the following topics: financial literacy, internet safety, data protection, sustainable consumption.


The European Commission will choose a winning idea for each topic and will work with experts in the audio-visual industry to develop the winning ideas into short educational videos aiming to empower consumers to make better-informed choices. The videos will be prepared and promoted across the EU later in 2020. They will be also available for consumer and youth organisations for their own use in education and information campaigns.

For more information about the competition and to submit your ideas please visit this website: https://consumerideas.eu/.

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