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OECD Youthwise

Youthwise, the OECD’s Youth Advisory Board, gives young people the chance to bring their unique perspectives to one of the world’s pre-eminent international organisations, an opportunity to contribute to and learn about international policy making.

The OECD’s Youth Advisory Board is made up of exceptional young people aged 18‒30 who in 2022 will focus on how to build an inclusive and green future for & with young people.

 

Eligible criteria

  • be between 18 and 30 years old as of 1st January 2022
  • be from an OECD member country
  • be fluent in English
  • be highly interested in national and international debates on how to build a green and inclusive future
  • able to dedicate up to 8 hours per month to Youthwise-related activities
  • available to participate in the Youthwise programme from March 2022 until December 2022
  • able to access a stable internet connection to receive and reply to e-mails, to join online meetings, webinars etc.

 

Youthwise delegates will

  • bring their generation’s insights and ideas to the OECD;
  • participate in closed-door meetings and consultations, engaging with a range of topics, themes, and people from the OECD, having direct input into OECD work;
  • be able to speak on panels and participate in webinars, providing interventions on behalf of Youthwise
  • create and (co-)author documents, articles, and videos to share Youthwise views 
  • join interactive workshops with other youth boards such as the Y20, meeting youth leaders from around the world;
  • network, gaining a better understanding of how international policy-making functions

Given the COVID-19 public health situation, all Youthwise activities will be online. Youthwise members will not be remunerated for their participation.

 

How to apply

Answer the question: “What do you think should be the top priority for governments to ensure an inclusive and green future for young people?” either in a 60-second video or a 500-word text (maximum).
Candidates will also need to provide a brief introduction (max. 65 words), plus a short paragraph on why they want to become a Youthwise member (max. 65 words).

 

Deadline: 31 January 2022 midnight, CET.

 

Read more here.