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UNICEF Youth Advocates Program 2024: A Call for Young Changemakers

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The UNICEF Youth Advocates Program is a unique opportunity for young individuals passionate about children’s rights and advocacy. In partnership with the United Nations Volunteers (UNV), UNICEF is seeking 20 dynamic and skilled young advocates to join the 2024 cohort.

Program Highlights:

  • Gain a one-year professional experience as a National UN Volunteer
  • Work directly with UNICEF on children’s rights and advocacy
  • Access to professional development and online learning programs

Eligibility:

  • Ages 18-35
  • Commitment to children’s rights
  • Individuals with disabilities and from under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply

Application Process:

  1. Review the list of available assignments and their specific requirements
  2. Prepare your application, highlighting your advocacy experience and passion for children’s rights
  3. Submit your application by the deadline specified for your chosen assignment

Deadlines:

  • Application deadlines vary by assignment
  • Final deadline for all applications: April 20, 2024

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Who can apply for the UNICEF Youth Advocates Program? A: Individuals aged 18-35 who are passionate about children’s rights are welcome to apply. We highly encourage applications from young professionals with disabilities and those from under-represented groups.

Q: What does the program offer? A: The program offers a one-year National UN Volunteer assignment with UNICEF, professional development opportunities, and a platform to advocate for children’s rights.

Q: How do I apply? A: Check the specific assignments available, prepare your application accordingly, and submit it before the deadline for your chosen assignment.

Q: Is there a final deadline for all applications? A: Yes, the final deadline to apply for any assignment is April 20, 2024.

For more detailed information and to apply, please visit the official UNICEF Youth Advocates Program page.

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