Deadline: August 10, 2013
Applications are now invited from young emerging party activists for the 2nd Asia-Pacific Political Leadership Program (APLP2) taking place at IPD headquarters in Bali, Indonesia from September 25 to October 2, 2013. The Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD), in collaboration with Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Australian Aid for International Development (AusAID), Australian Labor International (ALI) and Centre for Democratic Institutions (CDI), is holding the APLP2. The session will consist of leadership training and policy development for young, reform-minded political party members from Asia, Pacific and North Africa.
The APLP2 is currently seeking applications from young, emerging party activists in fifteen countries –Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Fiji, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Timor Leste, Tunisia, Vanuatu and Vietnam, with the following requirements:
- Age range from 25-35 years old;
- Have at least 2-3 years of political experience;
- Have a track record of leadership, political activism, and a deep commitment to strengthening their own political parties;
- Fluency in English, both in spoken and written.
IPD and partners – will cover the cost of the training program of selected candidates, including their transportation, accommodation, meals, visa, etc.
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