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Subject:

Young Environmental Leader Training Program (Hungary)

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"Serguei Alex. Oushakine" <[log in to unmask]>

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Serguei Alex. Oushakine

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Wed, 4 Jul 2001 00:15:30 +0200

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see www.rec.org

Do you speak English? Are you a member of an environmental NGO? Then
perhaps the Training for Young Environmental Leaders is something for you!
The REC's goal with establishing the Training for Young Environmental
Leaders program was to improve the capacity and skills of young CEE and NIS
environmentalists and their NGOs to deal with organizational and management
problems.

The objectives of the program are:

to develop the management capability of the participants and their NGOs,
to overcome cultural and national differences through intensive work in a
multicultural environment,
develop the know how on new approaches and solutions to environmental
problems (i.e. use of modern information technologies, market based
solutions),
develop project preparation and implementation capability of the
participants,
Developing training skills.
The NGO activists follow a four-week program of integrated and interactive
workshops which address the particular needs of the region and its younger
NGO members, including:

NGO and project management,
campaign strategy,
media-work and communication skills,
fundraising,
public participation in environmental decision making,
business plan for NGOs,
NGOs and civil society,
new approaches to solving environmental problems, and the
challenges of accession to European Union.
The young leaders can develop products individually tailored for the needs
of each person and their NGOs during a series of workshops, that can and
will be applied when they return to their own country such as project
proposals and funding strategies, press releases, and community action
plans.

The techniques used during the training are: interactive training by
experienced practitioners and trainers, group and individual work on
concrete assignments and site visits to share best practices.

The participants should

come from a variety of backgrounds and from throughout the Central and
Eastern European region (CEE), the Newly Independent States (NIS) or the
West.
be between 20 and 30 years old,
share a strong interest in improving the environmental situation in the CEE
region,
be active in an environmental NGO,
have citizenship in one of the participating countries, and
speak and write English well.
Participants spend four weeks at the REC Head Office in Szentendre. The REC
will cover all costs related to travel, food, accommodation and training
fees for the CEE and NIS participants.

For the 2001 sessions, the REC is inviting participants from

the CEE region: Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech
Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania,
Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Yugoslavia;
the NIS region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgystan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turmenistan, Ukraine and
Uzbekistan.
Participants are also invited from Western countries.
If you are interested in our program, send a letter of application in
English explaining:

your motives for applying for this program
your expectation of the program, what do you expect to achieve during the
training?
the activities on which you want to work on for your NGO during the training
period
the sessions for which you want to apply (we encourage you to apply for more
than one period)
and your curriculum vitae (CV) in English, containing:

family name and given names
full mailing address
telephone number (where you can be reachable during the day)
fax number and e-mail address
nationality
date and place of birth
passport number
education and field of specialization
knowledge of foreign languages (indicate fair, good or poor)
working experience and other relevant experience
computer skills
name, address, telephone and fax number of your NGO
description of your activities in the NGO
information about your NGO
Training period:
January 22 - February 18, 2001
March 19 - April 15, 2001
May 7 - June 3, 2001
June 25 - July 22, 2001
September 10 - October 7, 2001
November 5 - December 2, 2001
 Application deadline:
December 11, 2000
February 5, 2001
March 26, 2001
May 14, 2001
July 30, 2001
September 24, 2001


For more information contact:

Adriana Craciun
Project Manager
The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe
NGO Support and Capacity Building
Ady Endre 9-11
2000 Szentendre
Hungary
Tel. (36-26) 504-000
Fax (36-26) 311 294
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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