Call For Application: UNESCO & Restless Development Workshop For Youth-Led CSOs

Restless Development

Restless Development is a agency powered by young people. In partnership with UNESCO we are inviting youth-led organsiations, networks and activists to join us for a workshop to strengthen Media and Information Literacy in Malawi!

What will the workshop look like?

The workshop will take place in Lilongwe over 3 days in mid-September 2019 (dates tbc). The workshop will bring together 20 youth-led or youth-serving organizations from across Malawi. Travel and accommodation is available, as required. Meals and refreshments will be provided.

To get more, join Diplomacy Opportunities Facebook Group, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram

Who can apply?

  • Representatives from youth-led or youth-serving civil society organisation, network or movement in Malawi (max 2 per organisation)
  • Participants must be aged 18-30 and resident in Malawi, and be confident communicating in basic English.
  • Organisations must demonstrate an interest in Media and Information Literacy
  • Organisations must demonstrate a commitment to developing and implementing an action plan for integrating Media and Information Literacy into existing work.

We particularly encourage youth organisations working on gender equality and inclusion of people with disabilities to apply.

To Apply

Click here to Apply

Deadline for applications is 24th July 2019

To get more, join Diplomacy Opportunities Facebook Group, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram

If you have any questions, please email jenny@restlessdevelopment.org .

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