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July 5 - 18, 2012
Asian Center for Women’s Studies, Ewha Womans University
Seoul, South Korea
The Asian Center for Women’s Studies at Ewha Womans University is calling for applicants for the Ewha Global Empowerment Program (EGEP) 2012 summer. EGEP is a two-week program that will take place twice a year (January and July). It aims to empower women working in non-governmental public sectors and to nourish the next generation of women leaders in Asia and Africa. EGEP 2012 summer (July 5-18, 2012) is designed for women activists in non-governmental public sectors in Asia, with the theme of “Asian Feminisms and Transnational Activism.”
On completing this program, participants of this program will have:
- improved their theoretical knowledge and practical capacities from a gender perspective;
- broadened their understanding of women’s lives, women’s issues, and women’s rights in Asian context; and
-strengthened their leadership capacities to build women’s solidarity and cooperation in local, national, and transnational contexts.
With minimum three years of experience, women activists working in international and national non-governmental public sectors in Asia, such as NGOs, NPOs, civil society organizations, including individuals working independently are encouraged to apply for this program.
Number of Participants: 20~25
While a more specific EGEP curriculum will be provided separately, the following is the major activity that participants may expect from the program:
-EGEP open forum
-Study tours to Korean NGOs
-Cultural and social events
English is the official language of the EGEP.
-Statement of Purpose
-Letter of Recommendation
-A Scanned Copy of Passport
※Application requirements should submitted via online http://egep.ewha.ac.kr
※Submission Date: April 2 ~ 15, 2012 (Korean local time). Late applications will not be considered.
※All forms are downloadable at the Asian Center for Women’s Studies http://acws.ewha.ac.kr
The selection committee will evaluate the applicants based on the following criteria:
- field experience (25%)
- expertise in women’s issues (25%)
- potential as next generation of women leaders (25%)
- contribution to the community (25%)
※Successful candidates will be informed individually via e-mail on May 14, 2012.
Ewha Womans University provides the funding to cover fees for the tuition, dormitory including a two-week allowance for all the participants. Funds for airfare will be awarded only to the participants from Korean ODA beneficiary countries.
For more information, please visit our website at http://acws.ewha.ac.kr or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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in commemorating World AIDS Day 2011, Hosted by:
National Youth Care on HIV/AIDS Prevention (NYOCAP)
an affiliation of Youth Desk - Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO in cooperation witjh Perfilma FHUI
Thursday, 1 December 2011
1. Film Screening
-At Stake (Pertaruhan), 2008, a film by Nia Dinata.
-Mencari Madonna, 2006, a film by John De Rantau
2. Movie Discusion - Mencari Madonna.
By John De Rantau (Director of Mencari Madonna)
Venue: Room F302, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Depok.
Resource Persons :
- Mira Fajar Aviatri, UNAIDS Consultant
- Edwin Leo Mokodompit, Youth Desk Coordinator - INCU
Come and Join Us!
For further information and registration :
Mira : 085691155503
Ogi : 087888837986
Twitter : @NYOCAP
Facebook : Muda Peduli Aids
Gmail : email@example.com
Inspiring Youth Talkshow "Breakthrough Inspiration for Youth Awakening"
November 26th, 2011 - 3rd floor of Roedhiro Building,
Faculty of Economic, Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Central Java
Rahmawati P Lestari 085295512727
Linda Kusuma Wardani 085227929929
Held by Indonesian Future Leader Bandung Branch
at Selasar Sunaryo, Bukit Pakar Bandung, 19-20 November 2011.
Free of charge, information and registration visit: http://www.youthnight.org
"Everyone Can Be Hero for Better Indonesia"
Hosted by Rotaract Club Surabaya Selatan
Initiated by 1st batch of Rotaract Youth Camp
Sunday | 27 November 2011
08.00 - 16.30 wib
Hall B Dinas Pendidikan Provinsi
Jl. Jagir Sidoresmo V Surabaya
East Java Province, Indonesia
1. Rtr Leo Mokodompit | Topic: "How YOU(TH) drive CHANGE"
Youth Desk Coordinator – Indonesia National Commission for UNESCO
2. Rtn Nunik Silalahi | Topic: "Proud to be Indonesian through our Traditional Fabrics"
Traditional Wdding Planner, Indonesian Traditional Fabrics Expert
3. Prigi Arisandi | Topic "Becoming Environmental Guardian"
Founder and Director of ECOTON
“The Goldmad Environmental Prize 2011 - US" Award receiver.
4. Rtn Vicky Gunawan | Topic: "Proud to be youth of Indonesia"
Rotarian Jakarta Gambir
A greatcampaign through social media, blog and e-book.
Registration Fee: IDR.15.000,-
Snack, Lunch, Material and Certificate
Also supported by:
Gerakan Mahasiswa Surabaya (GMS)
AIESEC Local Committee Surabaya
Rotaract Club Ma Chung University, Malang
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