Archive for March, 2012

Young organics to Rio +20

are you interested in going to the Rio +20 conference (http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/) in June 2012 and take action for the young organic, fair and slow movement? Young Organics have organized the sponsoring of 2 flights to Rio and are looking for candidates now.

In order to make the selection of candidates a fair and transparent procedure, we will select the candidates according to the following points until the end of March 2012:

  • Have you organized any kind of event before?
  • In which projects/organizations are you actively involved?
  • Do/did you write a blog or do you have experience in social media/internet communication?
  • What languages do you speak?
  • Are you willing to get connected to the Brazilian young movements and maybe also stay with them during the conference (couch surfing style instead of first class hotel)
  • What concrete action, initiative, project will you prepare for the Rio + 20 summit, to be implemented during your stay? It should be doable with the resources and capacities you have in hand.
  • What kind of actions would you like to do in Rio? Where do you see yourself involved best?

If you are interested to go to Rio: Please take half an hour to send us some information about you and the above points and send it to joerg.schumacher@posteo.de, tobias.bandel@soilandmore.com and julialernoud@elrinconorganico.ar

Deadline: March 25, 2012

We don’t expect professional applications! Just let us know a bit more about you! Just be yourself!

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March 3, 2012 at 6:25 pm Leave a comment

Young Organics at the “Tag der Ideen” in Bonn

An entire day dedicated to inspiring each other, exchanging ideas and meeting like minded people to discuss about “shaping the future regionally”!

Sounds interesting? We will be there, presenting Young Organics and networking with young people of all ages who would like to engage for sustainability.

You can find more information about the event following this link.

The information available is in German and the activities will most likely be in German as well.

Come meet us there!

March 2, 2012 at 10:55 am Leave a comment