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The Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders (ADEL) Program 2019 - Call for Applications from Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, North America, South America, and Western Europe

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Posted August 16, 2019 from Brazil
Expired on September 15, 2019
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The Policy Center for the New South has announced the application for The Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders (ADEL) Program for young leaders to engage them in policy making and shaping narrative from the Atlantic basin and Africa.

Emerging Leaders are required to
> attend the ADEL Program and conference = be able and willing to travel to Marrakesh, Morocco (Dec 9th - 15th, 2019);
> to take part in ALL of the conference and program activities and be willing to actively engage with the other participants;
> to act as ambassadors of the program and actively participate in the ADEL community after the end of the program;
> to collaborate with the Policy Center for the New South post-event to evaluate and refine the program for future cohorts.

Applicants must be
a) aged 23 - 35 yrs (inclusive) on July 15
b) citizens of countries in Africa, North America, South America, Central America, Western Europe, or the Caribbean
c) proficient in English
d) eager to network with peers.

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Focus: Young leaders from around the Atlantic basin and Africa,

Applicants must submit an online application form with the required materials by September 15th at 11:59 pm Rabat time.

Only complete applications will be considered.

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Karen QuiƱones-Axalan
Aug 17, 2019
Aug 17, 2019

What a great opportunity! Thanks for sharing, Ana!

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Aug 17, 2019
Aug 17, 2019

Yes! Hope there are many applications from WP.

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Aug 17, 2019
Aug 17, 2019

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