UNICEF #ReimagineYourFuture Challenge 2020 for Youth worldwide

UNICEF #ReimagineYourFuture Challenge 2020 for Youth worldwide

Deadline: November 23, 2020

Applications for the UNICEF #ReimagineYourFuture Challenge 2020 are now open. Across the globe, less than half of the world’s 1.3 billion youth (15-24 years old) are participating in the labour market, and youth are three times than adults as likely to be unemployed. These numbers are many times higher among youth who are refugees and migrants, living in extreme poverty.

UNICEF has partnered with Cartedo, Atingi, GenU, Goodwall and others to launch an experiential learning journey with and for youth across all world regions to respond to these issues and to empower youth in reimagining their future. This is an opportunity for youth to dream big, connect, learn and innovate and move from aspirations to action.

The #ReimagineYourFuture challenge focuses on youth agency, encouraging participants to think big and define aspirations to realize their dreams in an empowered journey from learning to earning. This is an opportunity for youth to leverage their talents and build skills to be able to connect and explore pathways to discover techniques, knowledge, talents and aspirations for re-imagining their future.

About the Challenge

This challenge empowers you to think big and define aspirations that could assist you with realizing your dreams. Seize this opportunity to leverage your talents, build skills, connect with peers and explore pathways for learning to earning.

As you venture through this journey, you will learn to use design thinking as a tool to imagine and design your life. You will discover and apply techniques, knowledge and skills that support you in uncovering your talents and aspirations when re-imagining your future.

Eligibility

  • Open to anyone over the age of 14;
  • Applicants may be anywhere in the world.

Application

The deadline for application is November 23, 2020. Late applications will not be considered.

Click here to apply

For more information, visit UNICEF.

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