Dates: 24-29 May 2020
Study visit for youth leaders/youth workers to UN-institutions and other international organizations in the Hague to learn about their work and develop a network of youth organizations interested in working on international projects!
We invite young leaders of tomorrow to join this Study Visit to learn more about international organizations, about their work, to learn how each of you can contribute to making the world the better place!
Young leaders will visit international organizations, meet their staff, learn about career opportunities!
During the Study Visit, we will visit international organizations located in The Hague. Those will be UN-institutions and other organizations as well. Some of the organizations to be visited:
- Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
- International Court of Justice
- International Criminal Court
- Permanent Court of Arbitration
Some other organizations will be visited too. Depending on the preferences in the group the final list of the organizations will be formed.
During each visit, the participants will have a lecture about the work of the organization and will be able to ask any questions.
Participants of the Study Visit will receive the certificate confirming the participation.
Accommodation is provided for the dates of the course. If you arrive earlier or leave later – we might be able to provide you accommodation for extra nights for additional payment, please, let us know if you’re interested in and we’ll be able to advise you on the price for extra nights.
The fee for the course is 900 euro.
The fee includes:
- Accommodation (in Amsterdam)
- The course (including all costs of the materials)
- Meals (breakfast, lunch and coffee-breaks)
- Travel Insurance
- Travel Consultation and Visa Support
The course organisers provide a visa invitation letter for the visa to the Netherlands.
To apply, first complete the form below and we will get back to you.
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