We’ve researched youth opportunities for March 2018 and we’ve found some great ideas, competitions, conferences, contests and programmes for you.
Check the eligibility requirements and deadlines to be sure to you have the best chance!
When: 12-18 August 2018
Type of Event: Summit (Week)
Application Deadline: 4 March 2018
When: 7-8 April 2018
Type of Event: 2 Day Hackathon
Application Deadline: 28 March 2018
When: 14-15 May 2018
Type of Event: Summit
When: 31 August – 2 September 2018
Type of Event: Conference
Application Deadline: 14 March 2018
Topics: Global Goals, Sustainable Development Goals, Youth Empowerment, Case Studies, Video, Pictures or more. We take suggestions so get in touch with your idea!
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Topics: Your blog post is about your perspective on something. It doesn’t matter whether it is a serious issue or a fun issue, a global issue or a local issue, make sure to express your personal thoughts.
Deadline: 2 March 2018
Overview: Press Prizes for Russia and Eastern Europe. The ‘Free Media Awards’ is the new name for the Press Prizes awarded by the two foundations The Fritt Ord Foundation and ZEIT-Stiftung. The press prizes are intended to support the independent role of journalists, who continue their work despite reprisals and financial difficulties.
Deadline: 10 March 2018
Overview: Oasis magazine and AITN group present Oasis Photo Contest, the international prize dedicated to nature and wildlife photography, for amateur and professional photographers worldwide.
Deadline: 20 March 2018
Overview: Enter innovations that can be virtual or physical, scientific or technical, or that changes our behaviours for the better. Awards will go to exceptional ideas and product design concepts – 2 or 3 dimensional, including interactive – that offer progress and improvement, that are significant, substantial, and meaningful: design for what matters.
Deadline: 31 March 2018
Overview: The World Youth Essay Competition 2018 is an international competition for high school and university students. There is no topic restriction and you are free to write about topics such as aspects of society, environmental issues, science and technology, global affairs, and more.
Learn & Collaborate
Take things into your own hands and prepare an assembly for your school. Alternatively ask your teacher to use a lesson plan from the fantastic supply or create your own seminar group to discuss and brainstorm how you can help or share your SDG knowledge with other youths.
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