The EU-supported ‘Girls Diplomatic Academy 1.0’ project implemented by the ‘Women’s League’ NGO with the support of the EU4Youth Alumni Network is inviting Ukrainian girls aged 17-21 to sign up for its first ever Academy.
The aim of the project is to help girls who are not studying international affairs to understand the global international context so that they are not victims of manipulation, misinformation, and propaganda, especially in the context of war. It also gives them an opportunity to develop their competencies and build up experience in the fields of international relations and diplomacy as a possible career path.
The project consists of two parts: online and offline. The first part takes place from February to June 2023. The meetings will take place every two weeks starting from 11 February. Between the meetings, the participants will receive some creative tasks which they have to deliver.
The second part of the project will take place in June-July 2023. It consists of a study visit to Kyiv and an official graduation ceremony. The study visit includes meetings with the representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UN agencies, the Young European Ambassadors, the beneficiaries of different Erasmus+ programmes, etc.
The deadline for applications is 22 January.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has also supported the project.
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