- Host: Ubuntu Leaders Academey
- Open to: UN countries
- Target: Youths
- Deadline: 30th June, 2021
Applications for the 2021 Ubuntu United Nations Training Program are ongoing.
About the Ubuntu United Nations Training Program
The Ubuntu United Nations will provide a forum for youths to acquire information and skills necessary to engage with peers and global leaders, like Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Desmond Tutu.
The Ubuntu United Nations training will last 25 hours and will be offered online in five thematic sessions between October 24, 2021 and December 19, 2021. Participation is free.
Under the patronage of His Excellency Mr. Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, President of the Republic of Portugal, and with the support of UN Secretary-General Mr. António Guterres, and facilitated by IPAV, a European Institute, the Ubuntu Leaders Academy UUN is a training and dialogue platform that seeks to bring changemakers from around the world together to speak on issues that affect them and to learn from one another.
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The Ubuntu United Nations training will bring together three young people from each of the United Nations’ 193 member countries. During the training sessions ULA UUN in collaboration with Club de Madrid’s “Shared Societies” project, young people will also add their voices to Global Issues including:
- Peace and Reconciliation;
- Gender Equality;
- Poverty and Social Exclusion;
- Intercultural/ Interfaith Dialogue;
- Environmental crisis
- Open to young leaders aged between 18-35 from across the world;
- English language proficiency is essential;
- Full attendance is an essential requirement.
The Ubuntu Leaders Academy and the Ubuntu Global Network will award a certificate of participation at the end of the training program, to all participants who have fully attended the sessions and complied with the regulations of the Ubuntu United Nations (1st edition).
In order to apply for the Ubuntu United Nations Training program you must provide the following:
- Attach one photo of yourself.
- Share a YouTube link containing a 3-minute video (max), in English, introducing yourself and letting them know about your motivation to attend the Ubuntu training.
For more information visit the official website of Ubuntu United Nations Training program