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Fourth Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change Now Open for Registrations

Fourth Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change Now Open for Registrations

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The Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change (DYSoC) is a pioneering initiative of Delhi Greens towards engaging, inspiring and training the youth for taking up Environmental Leadership at local, national and global levels. The Fourth Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change (DYSoC 2018) will take place on 3rd and 4th October 2018 at and in collaboration with the MH Vatavaran Eco Club of Miranda House, University of Delhi. The two-day event will include interactive lectures, panel discussions, focused working groups and some hands-on learning. It will also discuss both the problems and solutions to the ongoing environmental crisis. In the climate constrained world of today, 'development' itself has become a threat to the environment. However, development - in the real sense of the word
Call for Application for 2nd ASEF Young Leaders Summit, Korea

Call for Application for 2nd ASEF Young Leaders Summit, Korea

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The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) Young Leaders Summit (ASEFYLS) invites applications for the second edition of the ASEFYLS. The Second Edition of the ASEFYLS is aimed at young thinkers and doers for dismantling the conventional and to bring forward fresh ideas and solutions for a more inclusive, fair and accessible employment market for the youth. Themed Access to Youth Employment, ASEFYLS2 will contribute to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular goal 4 (on education), 5 (on gender equality), 8 (on decent work) and 9 (on industry and innovation). The project focuses on 8 thematic areas linked to job-creation and inclusion: 1) age, 2) education, 3) disability, 4) finance, 5) gender, 6) location, 7) social backgrounds and 8) technology. Date...
Call for Application for Model ASEM, 6-10 July 2016, Mongolia

Call for Application for Model ASEM, 6-10 July 2016, Mongolia

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Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF) is a not-for-profit, intergovernmental organisation which strengthens relations between Asia and Europe. ASEF invites youth to the 7th Model ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting Summit), unleash the negotiator in you and show that you are a consensus builder! The 7th Model ASEM is your opportunity to discover your diplomatic vein! What? The 7th Model ASEM is a 3-day youth conference and political simulation of the actual Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit. Model ASEM is a platform for political debate and negotiation where over 150 participants from the 51 Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) countries have the possibility to experience first-hand Asia-Europe diplomacy through role-play exercises, practical trainings as well as meetings with the ASEM Leaders of today. Why...
Applications Invited for Tiger Watch Conservation Leadership Program 2013

Applications Invited for Tiger Watch Conservation Leadership Program 2013

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Tiger Watch, a pioneer in wildlife conservation in and around Ranthambhore, organizes an annual workshop to facilitate the gap between ground conservation work and wildlife enthusiasts. The workshop comprises interactive sessions and field trips and helps participants benefit from an over decade long experience of Tiger Watch in anti-poaching operations, poacher reform projects and conservation models. Each individual can be a leader in evolving better and newer ways in conserving resources and Tiger Watch seeks to involve and engage all such interested and concerned citizens in protecting our national animal. Environment agencies are working towards this but most of the time, the centralized institutional system does not work at the ground level. For that, there needs to be interac
Lecture on Environment, Democracy, Authority: The Meaning of Anna Hazare in Ralegan Siddhi

Lecture on Environment, Democracy, Authority: The Meaning of Anna Hazare in Ralegan Siddhi

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Not so long ago, in a village named Ralegan Siddhi, poverty and indebtedness made people helpless often leading them to desperation and ultimately to alcoholism. Quarrels and street fights were daily chores and the village itself was in a pathetic state of mere existence. This was the distressed Ralegan Siddhi which made one man stand out and 'be the change.' Anna Hazare took upon himself to rid Ralegan Siddhi of its miseries and transform it into a prosperous village which feeds into the development of India. Through watershed management and improvement in the overall environment, he could bring about a change in the social structure of the village and became a leader that everyone came to respect. Thirty six years from then, this same Gandhian moved the nation from Rajghat and Ramlil
Registration Open for Conservation Leadership Course by Tiger Watch

Registration Open for Conservation Leadership Course by Tiger Watch

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India is a land of rich biodiversity; with various cultures and traditions, which have worked in nurturing and preserving its natural wealth. However due to population explosion and its ever increasing needs and demands, there is increased pressure on the environment. The tradition of conservation is soon becoming extinct. It is not possible to return to those times, but we can work on a new culture for conservation from what has been handed down to us since centuries. The rural population still depends on forest resources, rivers and wildlife commodities for survival. Several species and ecosystems have come under severe threat due to depletion of resources and global warming.  Before we reach an irreversible crisis, we need to stop and start working towards conservation with a strate
Fulbright – Nehru Environmental Leadership Program

Fulbright – Nehru Environmental Leadership Program

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United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) announces 2009-2010 Fulbright-Nehru Environmental Leadership Program (FNELP) fellowships and invites applications from interested mid-level Indian environment professionals in public/private sector or non-governmental organizations. The purpose of the FNELP Program will combine short-term practical training/internship with opportunities for networking with American counterpart organizations. Selected fellows will be placed at US environmental public/private or non-governmental organizations, academic institutions or research centers and environment related government agencies. Selected fellows will come into grant status during the academic year 2009-2010 between August 2009-May 2010. Application deadline for Indian candidates is Feb...

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