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APE Call for Applications The Think Tank Young Professional Development Program

Deadline:  July 24, 2016

Open to: participants between the ages of 23 and 35 years old, from the Republic of Moldova


Foreign Policy Association (APE) welcomes applications from the young professionals in the framework of the Think Tank Young Professional Development Program of the Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE), Hungary.

The Think Tank Young Professional Development Program (Think Tank Fund for Wider Europe/TTF for Wider Europe) intends to attract recent graduates of MA and PhD programs in the social sciences and humanities to selected think tanks in the Western Balkans and post-Soviet space, giving them an opportunity to gain first-hand policy research and advocacy experience at a renowned think tank in the region. The program is designed to benefit both young returning professionals and their host organizations. It enables participating think tanks to recruit young researchers originally from the region who recently graduated from universities in the OECD countries. Depending on a research topic, individual programs at hosting organizations will last up to 6 months and may start from November 2016.

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Shaping our NATO: Young Voices on the Warsaw Summit 2016.

Our new policy workshop competition gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to reflect on the most pressing issues facing NATO today and to shape the future of the Alliance. Five winners will receive a trip to Berlin to present the collective ideas to decision-makers.

Atlantic-community.org is excited to announce a unique and stimulating competition that brings together a new generation from both sides of the Atlantic. We want promising students and young graduates to tell us their ideas on NATO: from increasing solidarity amongst its members, to suggesting ways that it should learn from its mistakes and adapt to change. The competition is part of atlantic-community.org's ongoing effort to empower young people in the transatlantic debate and develop solutions to important international issues through online collaboration.

The five winners of the competition will be offered a fully-covered trip to Berlin to present their ideas to eminent policy-makers and will become honorary fellows of the Atlantic Community. Furthermore, forty of the best candidates will have the opportunity to partake in our unique online policy workshops and draft a memo that will be presented to NATO representatives and decision-makers from the foreign and defense ministries.

Our competition has two components: either a short op-ed article of less than 1000 words or a three minute long video, where you propose your ideas on one of four topic areas. Shortlisted candidates will then participate in an online workshop where you will work with peers from throughout NATO member states to develop a memorandum for policy makers. You'll be asked both to defend your own position and arrive at a workable consensus, just like in a real policy-making process.

The competition is open to all citizens of NATO member countries aged 28 or younger.

Participants don’t have to be experts! We welcome new perspectives and bold ideas. The deadlines for submissions depend on the category chosen and range from June 19 to July 10, 2016.

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Международный университет по трансформации конфликтов. Regional Dialogue. 12.10.2015.

"Центр культурных взаимосвязей — Кавказский дом" приглашает Вас принять участие в "Международном Университете по Трансформации Конфликтов".

Международный университет по трансформации конфликтов является продолжением вышеупомянутого процесса. Проект ставит целью развить лучшее понимание региональных конфликтов, а так же продвижение их мирной трансформации через проведение лекций и свободных дискуссий.

Проект сосредоточен на укрепление доверия между будущими лидерами и лицами, принимающими решения, а также на улучшение их осведомленности о конфликтах и типах их решений путем поощрения плодотворного обсуждения. Это уникальная возможность для молодых Украинских, Российских, Молдавских, Белорусских Грузинских, Абхазских и Осетинских специалистов принять участие в этом процессе и развить новые идеи о трансформации конфликтов.

Приглашённые международные тренеры, в том числе докладчики из стран участников проекта, выступят с лекциями о конфликтах на постсоветском пространстве и на основе отдельных случаев проанализируют существующие конфликты в регионе.

В целом, 20 участников из пост советского пространства примут участие в пятидневном лекционном курсе (30 ноября-4 декабря) в Минске (Беларусь). Рабочий язык русский.

To read more visit: regional- dialogue.com : http://regional-dialogue.com/news/minsk-uni/

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Tbilisi Transformational Leadership Forum. Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies. 04.01.2016

The Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies (GISS) is pleased to announce the call for applications for the Tbilisi Transformational Leadership Forum (TTLF) 2016.

Open to: young professionals between 24 and 35 years old from Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries and the following EU member states: Sweden, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland.
Dates: 13-17 March, 2016, Tbilisi, Georgia and mid-April, 2016, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Policy Advisers Course for Eastern Partners. 07.08.2015.

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA), together with the School of Public Policy at Central European University will organize a three-day intensive training course for young policy advisers from the Eastern part of Europe - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.

The training seeks to contribute to building democratic institutions where junior foreign policy professionals of today will play a crucial role in defining the future trajectory of their nation. Overall, the course aims to contribute to a better understanding of the role of political advisers and tasks that are at the heart of deliberating, shaping and implementing policy.

To read more visit: http://spp.ceu.edu/events/2015-12-08/policy-advisers-course-eastern-partners


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