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UNICEF is increasingly working in public policy analysis and advocacy with governments and development partners. To strengthen its equity agenda, UNICEF works on evidence-based analysis to build support and political capital in favour of effective policies, laws and budgets that promote the rights and well being of children and women.
UNICEF and the Economic Research Foundation (ERF) invite you to a new online e-learning programme. This training is free of charge and open to all UNICEF staff globally, as well as development partners such as UN agencies, governments, universities and civil society organizations.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This innovative learning programme is a foundational course on economic and social policies to promote children rights. The course modules cover topics ranging from the human rights-based…
Youth Peace Festival is a catalyst for young people to get involved in their community and make a difference. Such efforts energize those who are already engaged in good causes, helping people recognize they are not alone in thier endeavor. The Peace Fest brings everyone together and promotes new bonds beyond boundries of race, religion and nationalties.
To mobilizing YOUTH to unite the WORLD, YUVSATTA is organising 6th International Youth Peace Festival
from September 27 - October 2, 2011 at Peace-city, Chandigarh, India
Last date of Registration: April 30, 2011
Youth Action for Change, a pioneer in online development focused education for youth are pleased to bring you two new courses to kick-start 2011 courses program ! Please see below for details and register now. Please feel free to share this information through your networks. More info can also be found on website www.youthactionforchange.org
Course Dates: 13th March - 8th April
This course is designed for young people aged 18-30 who are actively involved in making a difference in their communities. The course aims to help its participants learn about the UN's 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), their specific targets, and their importance as a framework for global development. The course will then focus on how young people can work towards contributing to the MDGs, what can be done locally, and the…
Atlas Corps accepts applications four months out of the year to become Atlas Corps Fellows.
We encourage you to apply between February 15 to April 15 for the Fall class starting in September and between August 15 to October 15 for the Spring class starting in March.
The Atlas Corps Fellowship is a 12-month professional fellowship offered twice a year (March & September). Fellows serve at Host Organizations
working on issues that complement their expertise. Fellows learn leadership skills while sharing best practices and supplement daily knowledge with
theoretical topics presented in the Atlas Corps Nonprofit Management Series.
Atlas Service Corps seeks nonprofit leaders from around the world to apply for a September 2011 Fellowship in the United…
The Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU, a program funded by The Wall Street Journal, in association with New York University, for one or two promising journalists from Asia to enroll in the three-semester masters program in Business and Economic Reporting at the NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
The Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU, a program funded by The Wall Street Journal, in association with New York University, for one or two
promising journalists from Asia to enroll in the three-semester masters program in Business and Economic Reporting at the NYU's Arthur L.
Carter Journalism Institute.
The Fellowship covers *tuition expenses and fees *for two of the three semesters of the program, as well as providing a *stipend *of US$22,000. The
Fellowship also covers…
While searching for travel fund for CU-EXPO 2011 , I have found many more fund , which is useful for all of us. Please go through this posting and grab fund for yourself.
|American Council of Learned Societies, American Research in the Humanities in China |
Deadline: September 2011
Synopsis: This program is for US citizen and permanent resident scholars in the humanities. Support is offered to specialists in all fields of the humanities and humanities-related social sciences, and is not limited to China scholars. Grants of up to $50,400 are offered for four to 12 months of continuous research in China.
|American Institute of Indian Studies, Research…|
IRA has been a nonprofit, global network of individuals and institutions committed to worldwide literacy. More than 70,000 members strong, the Association supports literacy professionals through a wide range of resources, advocacy efforts, volunteerism, and professional development activities. Our members promote high levels of literacy for all by:
1. Improving the quality of reading instruction 2. Disseminating research and information about reading 3.Encouraging the lifetime reading habit
Developing Country Literacy Project Support Fund is an award program founded by IRA (Indian Reading Association), that is instrumental in propagating the essence of deriving knowledge and inculcate reading habits which can enrich an individual and a nation.
The award program can be availed by the candidate who is a member of Indian Reading Association and is brewing with the passion to promote literacy campaign in their countries to spread the light and power of knowledge. The candidate…
The International Honors Program (IHP) provides an opportunity for college students to examine the most significant social, political and environmental issues confronting countries and cultures around the world.Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The next deadline to submit applications is 15 March 2011 for fall and full-year programs.
The International Honors Program (IHP) provides an opportunity for college students to examine the most significant social, political and environmental issues confronting countries and cultures around the world.
Approximately thirty students are selected to participate in each program. Students are varied in their personal backgrounds, and are from different universities and many areas of study. Though most participants are college students or recent graduates, older students occasionally join…
Beyond Sport is a global organization that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive social change across the world. The Beyond Sport Awards programme provides support worth $1 million annually to projects across the world that use sport to address issues within their communities
There are 12 categories for the Beyond Sport Awards 2011 covering the entire sporting spectrum of health, social inclusion, corporate and social responsibility, and philanthropy.
These categories are split into three clear sections - Beyond Sport Community Awards; Corporation and Federation Awards; and the Judges' Awards.
The Shortlisted entries from each category will receive:
- A free invitation to the Beyond Sport Summit 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Flights to and accommodation…
Grants are intended to promote co-operation and the sharing of skills, knowledge and ideas between developing Commonwealth countries. They are therefore available primarily for activities that involve the participation of people and organisations from more than one developing Commonwealth Foundation member country.As part of our work to support civil society, we award small grants to civil society and cultural organisations in Commonwealth Foundation member countries.
Our grants are for the benefit of organisations and people in developing, Commonwealth Foundation-member countries. A full list of Commonwealth Foundation member countries is provided online.
We give priority to activities taking place in developing countries which are members of the Commonwealth Foundation. If an activity is taking place in a developed country, you will…