The Human Right to Environment Conference, France

first_img on August 12, 2012 at 8:59 am on August 15, 2012 at 9:40 pm Dear Monica, Yes there is no application opened. All that was stated in the information which we received was to write to the e-mail. Probably, you will need to ask for application form from the e-mail which is written in the Application section. Kind regards,Mladiinfo team Tweet on August 8, 2012 at 10:20 am Log in to Reply +1 By Mladiinfo says: Pocket on August 8, 2012 at 10:32 am Similar Stories Thank you for the reply. I have written to the organizers. Hope to receive an answer soon. By Cristina Juan says: Is this course is open for people from Serbia? Log in to Reply By anonymous says: August 8, 2012 Published by stefan LinkedIn 0 on August 19, 2012 at 9:17 am on August 8, 2012 at 10:38 am i am from azerbaijan, can i apply? Deadline: 20 August, 2012Open to: youth workers, NGO leaders, volunteers working with young people, environment experts etc coming from Spain, France, Portugal, Greece, Czech Republic, Poland and BelgiumVenue: 23-30 September 2012 | Limoges, FranceDescriptionTHE HUMAN RIGHT TO ENVIRONMENT IN NON-FORMAL EDUCATION is a training course that will take place in Limoges (France) and will gather 28 youth leaders and youth workers from 7 EU countries.Education and environment, two problems that start getting closer but that still misread too much, then they could work together in a complementary way, for the improvement of the quality of life of everybody. To make a link between human rights, environment and non-formal education is a crucial issue in the contemporary days. Humans need environment, for using its resources, however the environment does not need humans. Humans’ needs are based on environment and we are over using all the available resources. There is a need of making a change in our daily actions, and since youth is the future generation of decision makers and experts, we need to empower them in order to assure the natural resources that will let the activities of the system; this is what we call sustainable development.The Declaration of Rio in 1992 says in the principle 1: “ Human beings are at the centre of concern for sustainable development. They are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature ». In 2003 the High Commission on Human Rights adopted a résolution on 25th April 2003 devoted to human rights and environment as elements of sustainable development.EligibilityNon-formal education has the responsibility to implement, share, and to encourage projects that will promote the role of environment in our society. Youth workers are in charge of empowering young people to develop initiatives that will provide a sustainable development in the economical activities, in services, in social activities, etc. Therefor, this this training course is addressed to youth workers, NGO leaders, volunteers working with young people, environment experts, etc. that wish to learn about new initiatives, and a new dimension of the youth work involving the importance of sustainable development in the frame of human rights in Europe and the world.This seminar will combine the participation of countries facing different problems related to environment. The participants will have the opportunity to share their good practices and new initiatives, in order to inspire members from other organisations.Travel & ReimbursementThe seminar will be held from the Sunday 23th to 30thSeptember 2012. The city where the training course will take place is Aixe-sur-Vienne, in Limoges, France. Accommodation and meals will be provided at the youth centre CENTRE D’ADAPTATION PROFESSIONNELLE APSAH.For the seminar the 70 % of the international travel costs will be reimbursed the last day of the training course in cash. If you wish to be reimbursed by bank transfer, please let the organizers know.ApplicationApply to: [email protected] Note that the deadline is 20 August, 2012 and it is extended. First deadline was on 6th of August, 2012.For any questions which might concern you please contact  Project Coordinator:  Ms.Cristina Juan Carrion – [email protected] more information please visit the official website. By Mladiinfo says: on August 12, 2012 at 9:04 am Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Log in to Reply on August 15, 2012 at 1:05 pm Hello Huseyn, Azerbaijan is not a partner country of this project. Thanks. Is there any age limit? Dear Tina, Please read the article more carefully. It is opened only to 7 EU countries. Regards,Mladiinfo team Dear Cristina, thank you for clarification:) Thank you for the reply. Best regards, Tina on August 8, 2012 at 3:39 pm By Cristina Juan says: Log in to Reply Hello all, this is Cristina the project coordinator of this project. Right now we only have vacancies for participants from Czech Republic, Poland and Portugal. You can write me an email and I will reply you very fast. Serbia is not a partner country, so this time we cannot invite you but do not be discouraged because we have many activities. You can contact me by email to [email protected] Log in to Reply on August 9, 2012 at 4:18 pm The Human Right to Environment Conference, France Share 0 on August 9, 2012 at 11:52 am center_img By Mladiinfo says: By Cristina Juan says: Reddit Log in to Reply Hello Eleni, there is not age limit, so please send us an email to [email protected] and I will send you the formulaire. By Monica says: on August 9, 2012 at 11:17 am By Tina says: By Mari says: Log in to Reply When are the results of the selection going to be known? on August 19, 2012 at 9:39 am Log in to Reply We still need Portuguese participants. Log in to Reply By bina says: ← MA and PhD Scholarships for Bavaria, Germany By Tina says: Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. on August 15, 2012 at 9:42 pm By Monica says: 17 thoughts on “The Human Right to Environment Conference, France” on August 8, 2012 at 10:35 am By Eleni says: one day left…can’t wait for the results! Log in to Reply on August 15, 2012 at 2:34 pm By Cristina Juan says: How about the results for the participants except Portuguese ones? Thanks. on August 19, 2012 at 9:22 am By huseyn says: Hello Mari! for countries like Czech Republic, Poland and Portugal the call is still open. By Cristina Juan says: Log in to Reply How can I apply? I don’t see any link to the application here. On the official website the applications are closed. Thank you Log in to Reply Log in to Reply Intern wanted for Doc Next Network →last_img read more

Watson headed to Miyazaki in fall

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Veteran Tom Watson and defending champion Edoardo Molinari will both take part in the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament in Miyazaki in November, event organizers said Tuesday.The 60-year-old Watson, an eight-time major winner on the PGA Tour, won the Dunlop Phoenix event in 1980 and 1997. The American will be making his first appearance at the Nov. 18-21 event since 1998. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img

Italy draws 1-1 with Luxembourg in exhibition game

first_imgPERUGIA, Italy (AP) — Italy was held to a 1-1 draw by Luxembourg on Wednesday in its final World Cup warm-up match before leaving for Brazil, with forward Mario Balotelli looking in impressive form.Claudio Marchisio headed Italy in front in the ninth minute after a splendid assist from Balotelli but Maxime Chanot levelled five minutes from time.It was Italy’s seventh successive match without a win, although the six draws and a defeat to Spain have all happened after securing qualification for the World Cup.WORLD CUP: Rooney ends scoring drought in friendly ahead of Brazil“This test is absolutely not a failure, we tried to do things we had practiced in training,” Italy coach Cesare Prandelli said. “But it’s clear we have to improve. But we had to try certain things as we have very few matches.“We know that we weren’t brilliant, but we leave with the knowledge that we can have a great World Cup.”Prandelli had said Balotelli would amaze with his improved form and the AC Milan forward was involved in most of the Azzurri’s best moves.He went close to scoring on several occasions and hit the crossbar as Italy dominated.COMEBACK?: Beckham hints at possible return to soccer in new documentaryItaly departs on Thursday and will play Brazilian club Fluminense in a final friendly match on June 8, six days before kicking off its World Cup campaign against England in Manaus.Prandelli’s side also faces Costa Rica and Uruguay in Group D.Italy started brightly and took an early lead when Marchisio picked out Balotelli from near the halfway line. The forward controlled the ball perfectly before crossing for the onrushing Marchisio to head home from close range.Balotelli almost doubled Italy’s advantage shortly afterward but a last-ditch tackle saw his effort deflected over the bar.The tempo slowed down somewhat but Italy should have extended its lead two minutes before halftime, when free-kick specialist Andrea Pirlo saw his effort parried with a diving save by Anthony Moris and Balotelli fired just wide of the left upright as the moved continued.MEXICO: World Cup helps Chicharito forget disappointing seasonMoments earlier, Antonio Candreva had also fired narrowly wide.Balotelli had another chance just after the interval when he sent a snapshot past the far post.Antonio Cassano came off the bench for only his second appearance since the European Championship final in 2012 and he almost made an immediate impact with a through ball to Balotelli, who bamboozled two players before evading a tackle from a third as he unleashed a shot which crashed off the crossbar.Candreva also hit the crossbar moments later.Luxembourg had barely troubled Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon but leveled in the final minutes when Chanot headed home Mario Mutsch’s corner.Ignazio Abate almost immediately restored Italy’s advantage but was denied by Moris.last_img read more