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Subject:

Call for Contributions: Positive Images Conference, 24-25 June, Budapest

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Call for Contributors at the Positive Images Conference
24th and 25th June 2010
Central Budapest, Hungary

*Introduction*
The British Red Cross are seeking contributors for various roles, 
including speakers, trainers, facilitators and organisations showcasing 
good practise at the Positive Images Conference.

Costs for speaker, trainer and facilitator travel, subsistence as well 
as fees will be covered.

The Positive Images Conference is an exciting two day conference 
exploring the role of youth in the EU in addressing the phenomenon of 
migration. Day one will focus on sharing good practice and building 
capacity among participants in developing youth awareness-raising 
projects on migration issues. Day two will focus on the inclusion of 
migration and development topics in EU education systems. For further 
details please see: www.redcross.org.uk/positiveimages

*How to apply*
To apply for any of the roles below, please submit your expression of 
interest by 31st May 2010 to:

Email: [log in to unmask]

Post:
Positive Images team,
Schools and Community Education,
British Red Cross,
4th Floor , 44 Moorfields
London EC2Y 9AL
UK

If you have any questions please email us at 
[log in to unmask] or call (0044) 207 877 7380.

*Speakers*
We are seeking speakers to present on one or more of the topics below at 
the Positive Images Conference on Friday 25th June 2010 in Budapest. We 
are particularly seeking speakers who can provide an introduction to the 
topics, highlight key issues and stimulate further discussion among 
conference participants.
	The need for engaging young people in the EU on migration and 
development issues

	The benefits of engaging young people through education on migration 
and development issues

	Methods for influencing education policy and practice in the EU for 
the inclusion of humanitarian issues. This talk can explore policy and 
practise at local, national or international level. We are particularly 
keen to hear from speakers who can present examples or case studies 
where education policy and practice has been successfully influenced.

Presentations may be included in a paper to be produced and disseminated 
after the conference.

Costs for travel, subsistence as well as fees for speakers will be 
covered. If you are interested in applying for this role please send a 
brief outline of your presentation, a biography detailing your 
background and expertise, a statement of interest, your daily rate and 
your consultancy status (i.e. whether you are registered as a limited 
company or other) to the contact above. Please also clearly state your 
availability to travel on Friday 25th June 2010 to Budapest.

*Trainers*
We are seeking experienced trainers to run workshops at the Positive 
Images Conference on Thursday 24th June 2010 in Budapest. Workshops will 
be about 50 minutes long and will explore various aspects of EC-funded 
project development, such as project design, writing funding 
applications, reporting and financial management as well as evaluation. 
The training aims to build capacity among participating organisations, 
EU Red Cross National Societies and others, on developing youth 
awareness raising project.

During the Conference we will present examples of good practise in 
delivering youth awareness raising projects on migration and development 
issues as well as launch an EC-funded grant scheme administered by the 
British Red Cross. The key aim of the training is to build capacity 
among organisations that are interested in applying for this grant scheme.

Costs for travel, subsistence as well as fees for trainers to Budapest 
will be provided. If you are interested in applying please send a 
biography detailing your background and expertise, with examples of your 
training experience, as well as a statement of interest, your daily rate 
and your consultancy status (i.e. whether you are registered as a 
limited company or other) to the contact above. Please also clearly 
state your availability to travel on Friday 25th June 2010 to Budapest.

*Facilitators*
We are seeking experienced facilitators to support the Positive Images 
Conference on Friday 25th June 2010 in Budapest. Facilitators will help 
run a series of interactive sessions involving conference participants 
including education policy makers and practitioners, migration 
organisations, organisations seeking to influence policy as well as 
young people and migrants. Discussion topics will include the role of 
education in engaging young people on migration and development issues 
and actions that participants can take to ensure these issues are 
included in EU education systems. The aim is for participants to explore 
practical approaches for initiating change in their local educational 
systems.

Costs for travel, subsistence as well as fees for facilitators to 
Budapest will be provided. If you are interested in applying please send 
a biography detailing your background and expertise, with examples of 
your facilitation experience, as well as a statement of interest, your 
daily rate and your consultancy status (i.e. whether you are registered 
as a limited company or other) to the contact above. Please also clearly 
state your availability to travel on Friday 25th June 2010 to Budapest.

*Marketplace for sharing good practise*
We would like to invite organisations interested in show casing good 
practise on youth awareness-raising activities on migration and/or 
development issues to attend the marketplace event. The event will take 
place as part of the Positive Images Conference on Thursday 24th June 
2010 in Budapest and organisations will benefit from raising the profile 
of their work and sharing learning with other conference participants.
Interested organisations are expected to meet their own costs for attending.

If you are interested in applying please send a brief outline of the 
project you would like to show case, details of your organisation, 
details of your exhibit/stall and space/equipment requirements as well 
as a statement of interest to the contact above.

Please send replies to: [log in to unmask]

Best wishes
--
Myrtha Waite
Positive Images Project Coordinator
British Red Cross

www.redcross.org.uk/positiveimages/
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