Human rights in Rwanda and Bosnia: Call for applications from Global Youth Connect
Global Youth Connect is now accepting applications for its summer human rights programs in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Feb 15, 2014
Here’s more from the organization:
Dear Colleagues, Friends, and Future Participants:
We wanted to remind you that Global Youth Connect is now accepting applications for our Summer 2014 Human Rights Programs in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Rwanda.
Each program will bring visiting youth (from the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, and all around the world) together with youth in the host location to engage together in three key activities:
- A cross cultural human rights workshop
- Visits/meetings with policy makers, organizations, and to relevant sites
- Volunteer service with grassroots NGOs on a variety of human rights issues including but not limited to: conflict resolution, education, health care, food/shelter, access to justice, human rights of children/youth, women, low-income populations, LGBTQ populations, indigenous populations, genocide survivors.
The deadline for applications is February 15, 2014.
Ages 18 – 30 (for Bosnia Programs) and 18 – 35 (for Rwanda Program).
Anyone can apply! From the US, Canada, and all over the world.
So please forward widely, share on Facebook, or help promote by putting up this GYC 2014 Summer Programs Poster.
Note: Program fees quoted are for visiting participants (not for local Rwandan or Bosnian participants). Some tuition reduction scholarship assistance is available for each program. See individual application documents for more information about tuition reduction scholarships.
To apply, click here.
For testimonials, click here.
For previous Rwanda reports, click here.
For previous Bosnia reports, click here.
DateWednesday 12.02.2014 | 13:18