Deadline: December 4, 2023
Are you a young Moroccan leader? You are invited to seize a remarkable opportunity to be chosen to participate in the thirteenth Raisina Young Fellows Program 2024, scheduled from February 16 to 25, 2024, in New Delhi, India. This prestigious program, organized annually by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), aims to bring together young leaders to engage in a dialogue on contemporary global governance issues.
This call for applications is a component of a collaborative effort between PCNS, ORF and ISPI (Italian Institute for International Political Studies, Italy). As part of this partnership, each institution nominates individuals to take part in the programs offered by the other institutions.
About the Program
The Raisina Young Fellows Program engages successful young politicians, diplomats, business leaders, journalists, civil society representatives and scholars from around the world in an annual dialogue on current political, economic, and social questions, with special emphasis on Asia. The Program aims to provide an instructional and networking platform for young professional leaders to discuss, debate, and challenge conventional interpretations of the complex realities of today. The interactions are with high-ranking political, business, and academic figures.
The aim of the forum is to foster leadership qualities among the participants, and to offer a platform which helps them establish lasting international relationships. They will become part of a very active alumni network that now comprises more than 1,800 individuals.
Selected participants will enjoy:
- A well-crafted young fellow’s program
- Roundtrip economy travel airfare
- In-country transportation
- Age: 28 to 35 years old
- Nationality: Moroccan
- Demonstrated track record of professional experience and potential in their respective fields
- Language: Proficiency in English
- Updated Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Purpose (500 words max) outlining why you are the ideal candidate for this program.
- Job title, biography & picture
For more information, visit Raisina Young Fellows Program.