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    UN Youth Volunteers

    The United Nations Youth Volunteer programme is designed for motivated individuals aged 18-29 who are eager to contribute to development and peace initiatives worldwide.

    Who can apply

    Young people worldwide who are under 29 for the entire duration of their service. Their educational background and experience required varies by assignment, but generally work experience over two years is not expected.

    Volunteer positions

    Volunteer opportunities span various sectors, including human rights, climate change, healthcare, disaster management, peacebuilding, and youth engagement, and may involve working with UN agencies or their partner organisations, including universities and governments.

    Assignments can last from 6 to 24 months, with shorter ‘short-term’ or ‘UN Youth University Volunteer‘ assignments ranging from 3 to 6 months.


    Volunteers receive a basic living allowance to cover healthy and safe living in their assigned area, with additional provisions for those volunteering outside their home area, such as return travel and other basic costs. Training and orientation are provided.

    How to apply

    Vacancies are listed on the UNV website or through social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

    Read more here.