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Call for Applicants: Youth Delegates at the Bali Consultation Meeting on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Call for Applicants: Youth Delegates at the Bali Consultation Meeting on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Are you passionate about changing the course of current global development issues? Are you active in your community?

We are looking for you, youth changemakers around the world, to join us in Indonesia on March 24th – 25th at the Bali Consultation Meeting on the Post-2015 Development Agenda! This is your chance to deliver your perspective as youth in shaping the world’s most pressing development issues to the High Level Panel of Eminent Persons!

Not only you will be able to champion your passion and issues, you will also be able to engage in valuable discussions and as well lobby with high-profile decision and policy makers on what a post-2015 development agenda should be like and how youth, accounting to 43% of the world’s population, should be consolidated into the process.

This is your opportunity as proactive young people to contribute in setting the framework of post-2015 agenda with prominent figures and decision-makers across sectors. As well, it presents a stronger collective force for youth as our participation will ensure that the leaders continue to provide us with the opportunity to collaborate in the long run and held accountable to us as this progress carries on.

Information on the event, application process and key dates can be found at http://post2015.indonesianfutureleaders.org and the application period closes on Thursday, February 28th 2013 23.59 Jakarta time (GMT +7).

Questions and comments about the event should be addressed to Rachel Arinii ([email protected]) and Iman Usman ([email protected]).

Thank you and we hope to see you in Bali!

Indonesian Youth Focal Points on Post-2015 Development Agenda

Website: http://post2015.indonesianfutureleaders.org

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