Act Now for the SDGs and support a brighter future for the most vulnerable people and the planet. Your contribution will go to the United Nations Joint SDG Fund which has funded 125 joint programmes and proposals in 97 countries/territories, stimulated over 600 partnerships working together.
The Fellowship is a unique opportunity for young (22 to 35), working journalists from developing countries and countries with economies in transition to cover the United Nations. Hosted every autumn at UN Headquarters, the programme brings a select group of journalists to New York.
The UNAOC Young Peacebuilders is a peace education initiative that is designed to support young people in gaining skills that can enhance their positive role in issues of peace and security and in preventing violent conflict.
Applications are open for the UNESCO Clubs Worldwide Youth Multimedia Competition 2022. USFUCA, UNESCO Center for Peace, World Genesis Foundation, and WhizJuniors invite youth around the world to take part in this year's Multimedia Competition.
On a biennial basis, 17 outstanding young leaders from across various sectors are recognized for their agency, courage and ingenuity in finding lasting solutions to the world’s greatest challenges. Applications for the 2022 Class are now open and will close on 31 March 2022!
The non-degree Certification of Professional Achievement in United Nations Studies, offered by Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs and School of Professional Studies, delivers knowledge on the basic analytical issues, theoretical approaches, history, and UN policy debates.
The Fellowship is to provide funded opportunities for advanced training in ocean affairs and the law of the sea, or related disciplines including marine science in support of management frameworks, to mid-level Government officials and other mid-level professionals from Developing States.
The initiative aims to convene young leaders from 193 countries with a seat at the United Nations endowed with a strong commitment to serving the common good, for a dialogue and training platform which aims to engage the participants in Human Rights, Social Justice and Sustainable Development.