Young organics to Rio +20

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

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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