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Felhívás: 54. genfi Graduate Study Programme / 54th Graduate Study Programme in Geneva

2016. január 30.
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HU: A humanitárius segítségnyújtás és fejlesztés témájú 54. Graduate Study Programme-ot 2016. július 4. és 15. között tartják az ENSZ európai központjában, Genfben, amelyre 23 és 35 éves kor közötti, angol és francia nyelven is folyékonyan beszélő, egyetemi képzésben részt vevő fiatalok jelentkezését várják.

Jelentkezni online lehetséges, a jelentkezési határidő: 2016. március 1.


EN: The 54th Graduate Study Programme will take place from 4 to 15 July 2016 at the United Nations Office at Geneva, with the theme: "Humanitarian Assistance and Development ". As this is a bilingual programme, candidates must be fluent in both English and French. Deadline of the application 1st March 2016.


További információk:

http://www.unog.ch/80256EDD006AC19C/(httpPages)/8E865A1942E8E45B80256EF30034C255?OpenDocument

Background
The United Nations Information Service’s Graduate Study Programme provides an opportunity for participants to deepen their understanding of the United Nations system through first-hand observation and study. The Graduate Study Programme is held at the United Nations Office at Geneva each year during the month of July.
Each year, as part of the educational outreach programmes undertaken by the United Nations, the Information Service at Geneva organizes the Graduate Study Programme. This seminar provides an opportunity for outstanding young postgraduate students from all over the world to deepen their understanding of the principles, purposes and activities of the United Nations and its related agencies through first-hand observation and study at the United Nations Office at Geneva.
The 54th Graduate Study Programme will be held at the Palais des Nations from 4 to 15 July 2016. It will comprise lectures given by senior members of the United Nations and the Geneva-based specialized agencies. Participants will form working groups to study issues related to human rights, development and the environment under the guidance of United Nations experts. They will be provided with selected documents and publications on the theme under discussion. Please note that the Programme will be conducted in English and French without interpretation.
More information:

http://www.unog.ch/80256EDD006AC19C/(httpPages)/8E865A1942E8E45B80256EF30034C255?OpenDocument

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