Sabtu, 08 Desember 2012

The Smiling World Accelerator Program 2013

Deadline: 27/01/2013

The Smiling World Accelerator Program (“SWAP”) is an 8-24 month program for entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia seeking to take their organizations to the next level of growth and impact. The SWAP provides hands-on business consulting and customized financial support to outstanding, early-stage social ventures with a high potential for scaling-up and positive impact.
This program is being run in selected Southeast Asian countries, in proud partnership with ChangeFusion(Thailand), CSIP (Vietnam), GEPI (Indonesia) and xchange (Philippines). Deadline for applications is January 27, 2012. Apply now!

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PRSCO Volunteers Program 2013

Deadline: 10/12/2012

Are you a student of Faculty of Economics and Business, Padjadjaran University? Do you want to acquire new skills? Meet new people? Put your talents to good use?

This is a rare opportunity to volunteer in an International Conference where you will be meeting researchers, lecturers and policy makers of the regional scientist area as well as delegates from as many as 50 countries all over the world, over 300 expected participants.
We are very pleased to invite you to join us as the volunteer for the 23rd Pacific Conference of The Regional Science Association International (PRSCO 2013). The conference will be held at the Savoy Homann Hotel, on July 2-4, 2013. PRSCO 2013 will be hosted by the Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University and supported by RSAI, PRSCO & IRSA.


+ Event:
The 23rd Pacific Conference of The Regional Science Association International (PRSCO 2013).

+ Dates:
2nd to 4th July 2012 (Volunteers can apply for 1 to 7 days of volunteer work. However roosters will be assigned)

+ Locations:
1. Savoy Homann Hotel, Bandung
2. Official partner hotels in Bandung, Indonesia
3. Soekarno Hatta International Airport (CGK), Jakarta
4. Husein Sastranegara International Airport (BDO), Bandung
5. PRSCO 2013 Secretariat, Jl. Cimandiri No. 6, Bandung

+ No. of Volunteers Required:
Fifty (50) males/female undergraduate students from Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University.

+ Ideal Characteristics:
- A genuine liking for people and service-oriented.
- Strengths in organizing and documenting their work (an advantage for those with experience in secretarial skills, event management, computer skills).
- Strengths in taking initiatives once the task are clearly understood.
- A willingness to learn and try.
- A persistently cheerful and positive demeanor.

+ Oral Fluency:
Candidates are required to have at least an elementary proficiency of the English language which is the official language in this event.
+ Interview & Orientation:
The successful candidate will be informed accordingly on the interview dates. Orientation will be held twice or three times before the conference, which is mandatory. The venue will be notified later.
+ Per Diem:
- 2nd to 4th July 2013 (based on volunteers work rooster) sufficient to cover for refreshments and basic meals when on duty.
- Volunteers will get an official Committee dress-code
- Volunteers will have their Official ID Card
+ Roles of Volunteers:
- Preparatory Team (PREP)*
- Liaison Officer (LO)
- Secretariat Administration and Assistance (SA)
- Manning Information and Help Desks (MI)
- Time Keepers in Parallel Room (TK)
- Transport and Transfer Logistics (TL)
- IT Support and Documentation (IT)
- Marketing (MAR)
Volunteers will work in small groups and will be assigned a coordinator who will assume the role as mentor.
* The deadline is December 10, 2012 (except for Preparatory Team (PREP) team is November 30, 2012. PREP team will start working from December 2012.
+ Recognition:Volunteers who have completed their volunteer work to the satisfaction of their coordinators will receive a Certificate of Appreciation for their volunteer work.
+ Contact:
Yangki Imade Suara -
Local Organizing Committee, Volunteer Recruitment
More info about PRSCO 2013 can be found at
IRSA official website www.irsa-indo

Web link:

Social Justice Youth Camp 2012

Deadline: 15/12/2012

Fully-funded Fellowship for Theater Project 2013

Deadline: 07/01/2013

Are you excited about reaching out to people through theater? Do you want to start a venture that will impact people in your home country? Then apply for the unique one year D&F Academy Theater Project! Come to the D&F Academy Hamburg for ten weeks and learn how to write and stage a theater piece. During the subsequent ten months you will create your own venture in your home country as part of the D&F Academy DreamMaker Program. Apply till January 7th,2013 at

Change the world: Fellowship for Peace Project 2013

Deadline: 11/02/2013

Are you passionate about promoting peace and conflict resolution? Do you want to work on an innovative venture of your own? Then apply for the unique one year D&F Academy Peace Project with Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Scilla Elworthy. Come to the D&F Academy Hamburg for ten weeks from July to September 2013 to learn how to spread inspiring stories of peace worldwide! Apply online by February 11, 2013 at

YCI opportunity in Costa Rica: December 2012 to January 2013

Deadline: 26/12/2012

Youth Challenge International (YCI) is recruiting a team of eight Youth Discovery volunteers between the ages of 18 and 30 with diverse skills, experiences and backgrounds for a two-week focused environmental conservation project in Falconiana from December 26th, 2012 – January 9th, 2013.



DATE: 5th December 2012

As famously coined by the Greek fabulist Aesop, “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted”.

Whether it is called “Minga” in Latin America “Harambee” in East Africa or “mikprites” in Albanian, volunteerism is an expression of a core principle of most cultures, as well as a fundamental source of community strength, resilience, solidarity and social cohesion.

Purposeful volunteerism strengthens trust, solidarity and reciprocity among citizens. When everyone contributes their skills and knowledge through volunteer action, this combined effort can be significant towards achieving human peace and capital development. With a large influx of individuals engaged in development initiatives through volunteer actions worldwide, it is these same efforts that come in handy to improve their lives as well as the lives of others.

In recognition of the importance of volunteers, Aktivis Galau joins the world to celebrate all its volunteers on the International Volunteer’s Day. Volunteers should be acknowledged for the important contribution they make to the community. Many not-for-profit organizations would find it impossible to carry out their work without volunteers. Their recognition lets them know that others appreciate what they do. It gives them a feeling of accomplishment and motivates them to continue giving selflessly to the society for sustainment of development.

By enhancing the capacity of youth to exercise the choices they set, participate and contribute to development planning at all levels in society; it is our hope that this empowers them and gives them a stake in the futures of the communities they live in. The enormous potential of volunteerism for development that lies within youth inspires us as an organization and it is our mission to deliver on that potential.

Happy volunteer’s day
Xoxo, admin AG.

Call for Contributions: International Political Forum

Deadline: December, 16th 2012

Call for contributions
We currently have contributors from over 25 countries, and are always looking to grow our exciting team!
Applying to be a contributor is easy! All you have to do is email a resume, short writing sample and a cover letter to:

Please ensure that the cover letter details your reasons why you would like to contribute to the IPF, your previous experience, what you think you could bring to the website, and your main areas of interest that you would like to write about.
Please Note: We receive a large number of submissions every day, and unfortunately are unable to respond to every email. However, we do always endeavour to do so!
And Finally…
Don’t forget to comment on our posts on this website. We really want to start open and fruitful debates!
-IPF Team

Further information:

Jumat, 07 Desember 2012

Festival Internacional de Videos Educativos 2013

Deadline: March, 15th 2012

The School of Economics Sciences University of Buenos Aires bersama UN Academic Impact (UNAI) mengundang para siswa dan guru untuk mengikuti kontes video internasional mengenai pembangunan berkelanjutan dan pendidikan. Semua video, diproduksi secara individu atau kelompok, harus dapat menyampaikan tema kontes secara kreatif. Karya video ini harus asli dan dapat berbentuk fiksi, dokumenter atau ani
masi. Video, bisa dalam bahasa apa pun, harus berdurasi antara tiga hingga dua puluh menit dan mencakup sub-judul bahasa Inggris dan Spanyol.

Hadiah pertama: $20,000
Hadiah kedua: $15,000
Hadiah ketiga: $10,000
Tanggal penutupan pendaftaran: 15 March 2013
Tanggal pengumpulan video: 30 March 2013
Informasi lebih lanjut:


Deadline: December, 15th 2012


Nomination Criteria

  • For candidates to be considered you must be between 15-24 years of age by January, 2013.
  • Candidates must be nominated by their organizations and must be active members.
  • Only nominations from organizations working on or interested in environmental and sustainable development issues will be considered.
  • Each nomination must have two candidates - one female and one male. But only one of them will be elected. (Please note that applications will not be considered unless the above is fulfilled).
  • All nominations must reach UNEP on or before 15th December 2012.
Proceed to application form »
Division of Communications and Public Information
Fax: +254 -20-762 3927
For further information on the conference, please contact:
The Children and Youth / Sport and the Environment Unit

G(irls) 20 Summit 2013

Deadline: December, 30th 2012

The G(irls)20 Summit brings together one girl, aged 18-20, from each G20 country, two weeks before the G20 leaders meeting to look at their agenda thru the lens of the economic empowerment of girls and women and the importance of inclusion.
The delegates participate in panel discussions, attend workshops and caucus to discuss and promote tangible, scalable solutions toward financial prosperity & the economic and political empowerment of girls and women, culminating in a delegate led press conference and communiqué that provides a blueprint on how the G20 leaders can utilize and engage one of the best resources in the world – girls and women.

The empowerment of girls and women is one of the most effective tools for economic, political and social development. With 3.5 billion girls and women in the world, it is imperative to the economic growth and political stability of countries that they are included in the decision making process. As we look for innovative, sustainable and socially responsible solutions to global economic and social challenges, the involvement of half the world’s population can make a significant difference.

To highlight the prowess of girls and women and their role in development and innovation, prior to the G20 leaders meeting in Russia, twenty-one girls, one from each G20 country plus representatives from the European and African Unions, will come together for the third G(irls)20 Summit that will be held June 13th to 21st 2013. The G(irls)20 Summit themes will parallel the themes of the G20 leaders meeting.

Delegates will participate in panel discussions, attend workshops on subjects such as media relations, social media and business planning, and caucus to discuss and promote tangible, scalable solutions toward economic prosperity. The Summit culminates in a delegate-led press conference and communiqué that provides a blueprint to G20 leaders on how to utilize and engage one of the best resources in the world – girls and women.

If you are a passionate, forward thinking, solution oriented young woman from a G20 country or can represent the European or African Union and will be 18-20 years of age at the time of the Summit (June 13th to 21st), you are invited to apply.

With the support of a number of partners, we are committed to ensuring that the experience is accessible to all, and will be assisting with the costs of the Summit for delegates selected to attend, including flights and accommodations.


Global Power Shift (International Climate Change Gathering) by

Deadline: December, 16th 2012

I would like to inform you (for those you are not yet informed) about the Global Power Shift (International Climate Change Gathering) that is organizing in Istanbul from 10th to 17th June 2013. Please apply by the 16th December if you are interested about attending. Good luck  
I’m writing to let you know about Global PowerShift, an international gathering that will take place in Istanbul, Turkey from June 10-17, 2013. This gathering will bring together 600 young organizers from around the world to skillshare, trade tactics and connect on how we will be the generation that turns the tide on the climate crisis. Organizers who attend Global PowerShift will then return to their own countries and help to organize a regional gathering, developing regional campaigns, goals, actions and networks. As co2 levels and sea levels rise exponentially - so must our movement.
We know that the ecological crisis is merely a symptom of an unjust system and unsustainable culture. To accomplish the deep systemic change needed to avert complete catastrophe we will need to bring together a wide diversity of movements and thus we strongly encourage young organizers from a diverse backgrounds and struggles to apply. You can apply here, and please share this email with anyone you think might bring unique skills to this historic gathering. Application deadline is December 16th, and all expenses will be covered for participants.

Sabtu, 01 Desember 2012




Amidst the marginalization, social exclusion and drug abuse, just to mention
but a few, the world today is still witnessing the disastrous AIDS pandemic.
Besides sapping vital forces along, reducing production capacities,
enlarging the enormous gap between the rich and the poor and striking down
populations, this epidemic is synonymous with socio-economic regression. 

An epidemic of the magnitude, complexity and urgency of HIV/AIDS is not
confined to national borders, divisions within society or sectorial
responsibilities, it demands response that is both collaborative and
complementary from all sections of society be it governments, NGO's, media
or private sector. 

Halting and reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS is a key Millennium Development
Goal and a challenge which the World Assembly of Youth (WAY) has given top
priority in all its development undertakings. Adopting a multi-sectorial
approach that solicits committed participation of all stake holders in the
fight against HIV /AIDS has been and remains a high priority for action
throughout all our work from headquarters to the field. 

In view of the disastrous effect of HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS adopted a strategy
"Getting to Zero 2011-2015", which aims to advance global progress in
achieving country set targets for universal access to HIV prevention,
treatment, care and support.

The records of the past decades should confront all stakeholders with new
challenges for the coming few years. Strengthening commitment to prevention,
allied with innovative financing strategies, alleviating the negative
impacts of HIV/AIDS on individuals, families as well as communities, early
delivery of new and additional policies, should create an environment
required to achieve this target. 

On this day every year, the world gets a chance to come together to not only
commemorate the lives of people who have unfortunately fallen victim to the
disease but also come up with strategies that are concrete and practical
towards achieving the theme for this year.

It is the time to take leadership and build defenses to save our future
generations and to protect the people infected and affected from the
epidemic. We, at WAY, acknowledge this challenge and commit to respond with
renewable responsibility, sensitivity and vigor.

On this day, let us speak up and make a difference towards an AIDS free

Jumat, 31 Agustus 2012

ICPD Global Youth Forum 2012

Deadline: September 15, 2012

Forty-three percent of the world’s population is currently under 25 - and the number of young people is rising fastest in those parts of the world with the lowest economic growth.  The ICPD Programme of Action made the needs of youth a priority and yet in all countries of the world, progress on youth issues is lagging.Today’s youth are more connected and tuned in to the world than any generation before. They are growing up fast, in a world that is changing even faster. Fortunately for all of us, young people see the challenges before them in fresh ways and are responding with enthusiasm and imagination. Young people have the potential to transform the social and economic fortunes of their communities, particularly in least developed countries.With the right investments, today’s young people can reach their full potential as individuals, leaders and agents of progress.  And the world clearly needs their energy, their participation and their skills. But delivering that transformation takes partnership action on health, education, employment, sexual and reproductive health and a commitment to real civic engagement.Depsite their enormous stake in the future, youth voices have not been part of the mainstrean development debate. The ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum, in Bali from Dec 4-6 2012 aims to address this. Through a partnership of UN agencies, young people, civil society and the private sector the Forum aims to translate the participatory goals of the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development into a sustainable youth advocacy movement.Led by young people for young people and contributing directly to the process of defining future development goals, the Global Youth Forum will give young people a stronger voice.  Over 900 delegates will agree on global recommendations for action on five crucial issues:
  • Staying healthy
  • Comprehensive education
  • Transitions to decent employment for youth
  • Sexuality, families and rights
  • Fully inclusive civic participation
Applications to attend the Global Youth Forum in Bali are now openThe ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum will take place at the Bali Nusa Dual Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia from 4-6th December.  If you are between 18-30 years of age with a track record of successful advocacy in support issues addressed in the ICPD Programme of Action we want to hear from you. Closing date for applications is 15th September. Places at the Global Youth Forum are limited. Candidates will be selected based on criteria set out in the application. Due to the high volume of applications only successful candidates will be notified and we cannot respond to e-mails requesting confirmation of receipt of application.Can't join us in Bali? You can be part of the Forum wherever you are.If you can't get to the Forum in Bali, you will still have the chance to fully participate as a Global Youth Forum virtual delegate. Applications for virtual delegates will open on 16th September. Virtual delegates can be younger - registrations are open to young people aged 14-30.You will be able to join the online conversation on Forum themes immediately and from 4-6th December you can follow and contribute to discussions online. Your online contributions will feed directly into the Forum and moderators will ensure the views of virtual delegates are represented in the plenary discussions and recommendations. As an official delegate, your name and the country you are from will be included in a Report to the Secretary General of the United Nations.Prefer talking to typing? Join an event closer to home.UNFPA country offices and a number of youth agencies will hold their own national and local events on Global Youth Forum topics. Contact your national UNFPA office to find out if an event has been planned in your country and keep looking our events page for details of national events.
Further information:

Selasa, 31 Juli 2012

IYCC 2012


“Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only in respect of economic

growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, moral

and spiritual life.”– UNESCO

Unity has always been the underlying objective and issue addressed in the
youth programmes/events convened locally and internationally.  In recent 
years, focus has narrowed on topics like interculture, cultural tolerance and
cultural gaps in addressing the issue of unity.  International organisations
like UNESCO and ASEAN have been organising youth related events
revolving around these topics and focus areas.
Why the YOUTH?
Youth population currently comprises approximately 18% of the world
population, which gives us about 1 billion plus youth living in the world.
Based on the United Nations’ definition, youth are individuals who are
between 15-24 years old.  However, these age groups for youth differ
from one country to another to suit the local context.
With rapid globalisation happening in the world today, youth are directly
and indirectly influenced by many other modern cultures through access
to the mass media and information available on the web.  This nevertheless
affects and shapes their personal values and perspectives.
Youth & Culture
Cultural understanding and acceptance is regarded as one of the pillars to
build a strong foundation for a thriving society.  It must be nurtured and
practiced in order for it to take root.  Sarawak is fortunate as it
enjoys intercultural bonding and racial harmony among its different ethnic
groups due to the early efforts of our forefathers.  In an effort to continue
this legacy for Sarawak, Yayasan Perpaduan Sarawak (YPS) with
Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) aim to engage the youth in
appreciating their local cultures and getting to know other cultures as well
through an international cultural conference.
The International Youth Cultural Conference aims to bring youth from
different states of Malaysia, and international youth organisations around
the region and abroad to share and discuss on their culture as well as their
efforts in promoting culture as a unifying force in their countries.
 Further information:

ASEAN – Korea Multimedia Competition 2012

Deadline: September 24, 2012

ASEAN – KOREA Centre will hold the 2012 ASEAN – Korea Multimedia Competition for young artists including university/graduate students of ASEAN and Korea. The competition is organized to provide a channel for cultural exchanges and mutual understanding between the young generation of ASEAN an Korea through new media. The theme ” SHOW YOURSELF: ASEAN Self-Potrait, Korean Self-Potrait” will illustrate the diverse interests of youth through contemporary mixed-media arts [including photography, UCC, video,animation,etc)

Entry Submission

9 July – 24 September 2012


Open to nationals of ASEAN and Korea who are currently enrolled in a university/graduate school and/or young artists under the age 30 (up to 5 pieces per 1 person)

Announced Winners

28 September 2012 to be posted on and


2 – 11 November 2012 at Seoul Museum of History


- USD 300
- Winners residing in ASEAN countries will be invited to Korea for Opening Ceremony and Exhibition
Further information:

United Nations Young Professionals Programme 2012

Deadline: December 12, 2012

The United Nations is looking for highly qualified candidates who are ready to launch a professional career as an international civil servant. The young professionals programme (YPP) is a recruitment initiative that brings new talent to the United Nations through an annual entrance examination. For young, high-calibre professionals across the globe, the examination is a platform for launching a career at the United Nations. This programme builds upon the national competitive recruitment examination (NCRE) which was held for the last time in 2010.
Are you eligible to participate in the young professionals programme examination?
  • Do you hold at least a first-level university degree?
  • Are you 32 or younger by the end of this year?
  • Do you speak either English and/or French fluently?
  • Are you a national of a participating country?
The examination is held worldwide and is open to nationals of countries participating in the annual recruitment exercise - the list of participating countries is published annually and varies from year to year.
This examination is also held for staff members of the United Nations Secretariat who work within the General Service and other related categories and aspire to a career within the Professional and higher categories. For more information about staff members participating in the young professionals programme, click here.
The examination tests your substantive knowledge, analytical thinking, drafting abilities, as well as your awareness of international affairs.
Initially you will be appointed for two years and then be reviewed for a continuing appointment. The Organization promotes mobility within and across duty stations and job families. As a new recruit you are expected to work in at least two different functions and duty stations within your first five years of service. You will be offered orientation and mobility training as well as career support. This will help you adapt and accelerate the learning period leading to productive work and job satisfaction as an international civil servant.

G2012 Mexico Financial Inclusion

Deadline: September 12, 2012

Enabling underserved and excluded communities to participate in the formal financial sector has tremendous potential to create social and economic gains for individuals, private enterprises, and societies as a whole.
Today, 2.7 billion adults, more than half of the world’s working-age population, do not have access to financial services that would allow them to save money securely, borrow money affordably, make payments knowledgeably, and insure themselves against potential hardships or risk.
The leaders of the G20 nations recognize the importance of advancing full financial inclusion—providing every household with access to valuable, affordable, secure, and comprehensive financial services.
Access to credit, savings, and insurance would allow poor households to raise their standards of living, capitalize on opportunities, and weather tough times. On a larger scale, financial inclusion stimulates economic growth and contributes to the creation of more vibrant and stable financial systems.
Innovations and collaborative solutions are needed to make comprehensive financial services available to all. To spotlight and support these critical solutions, the G2012 Mexico and Ashoka Changemakers have partnered to launch the G2012 Mexico Financial Inclusion: Innovative Solutions for Unlocking Accesscompetition.
This competition seeks innovations that address barriers to financial inclusion, including but not limited to:
  • Physical or other accessibility barriers that prevent communities from reaching financial services,
  • The shortage of affordable financial products tailored to the needs of underserved and excluded communities, and
  • The lack of incentives for financial service providers to continue serving low-income, poor, or marginalized communities.
Do you have an innovative solution? For example, are you using mobile technology to provide comprehensive banking services to rural communities? Are you using an innovative business model at a retail establishment that gives remote communities access to savings and cashless payments? Or, are you connecting entrepreneurs to microloans and insurance? Then we want to hear from you!
The top solution will win the grand prize of US $ 100,000.
It’s time to make full financial inclusion a reality. Submit your solution or nominate an initiative today!

    The ICD Young Leader's Forum Annual Conference 2012

    Event Introduction

    The ICD Young Leaders Forum Annual Conference 2012 is part of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy’s Annual Academic Conference during which Cultural Diplomacy initiatives; key political, economic and social shifts and the changes in the International System are discussed. The aim of the conference this year is to reflect on the role of new actors, new initiatives and new targets in terms of key international issues and on how Cultural Diplomacy takes place. 

    In today’s rapidly globalizing world, the exploration of cultural diplomacy initiatives within the sphere of International Relations is vital. With the transition from the traditional bi-polar international structure towards a more multi-polar world understanding state perspectives, different cultures and different traditions is important if the international system is to remain stable. The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy recognizes that all areas of the international system must be addressed and the Annual Young Leaders Meeting and Academic Conference provide the opportunity to discuss the past year, present initiatives and the future of Cultural Diplomacy and International Relations.

    Conference Participants »

    The conference is open to applications from young professionals, students and scholars, private sector representatives, governmental and diplomatic officials, civil society practitioners, journalists, and other interested stakeholders from across the world.

    If you would like to reserve a position, please click on the "Apply Now" link below:

    Certificate of Attendance

    All participants will be awarded an official certificate of attendance upon completion of the program, which provides details about the speakers and topics at the conference. Each certificate will be signed by members of the ICD's Advisory Board. 

    Conference Locations

    Based in Berlin, the conference will be hosted at a number of important political, historic, and cultural locations across the city. 

    Conference Speakers

    Speakers during the conference will include leading figures and experts from the arts, civil society, international politics, academia, diplomacy, and the private sector from across the world. These speakers will include a number of individuals from the ICD Advisory Board (for further information about the Advisory Board please click here).

    Participant Papers »

    The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy encourages research and progressive thought on the fields of culture, globalization, and international relations. As such, the ICD welcomes participants of the conference to submit relevant papers addressing topics within these fields particular to their interests and passions. Participants can submit papers written in the past for other purposes or ongoing research, or written specifically for the conference. Groups of students are also allowed to submit collaborative pieces of work.
    Further information:

    Pendaftaran Staff Look Around Indonesia 2012

    Deadline: August 14, 2012

    Halo teman-teman!
    Look Around Indonesia (LAR) kembali membuka Open Recruitment bagi kalian yang tertarik untuk menjadi Staff LAR. Syaratnya, apabila kalian muda (pelajar, mahasiswa), berdomisili di Jabodetabekmemiliki komitmen untuk mengikuti rapat serta kegiatan LAR, ini kesempatan kalian untuk menjadi bagian dari kepanitiaan LAR!
    Caranya mudah, kalian hanya perlu mengirimkan CV kalian, INGAT! untuk beberapa divisi tertentu ada ketentuan tambahan (baca dibawah) semuanya di attach di e-mail lalu dikirim ke
    Jangan lupa juga kalian harus menjawab prioritas posisi serta esai singkat (
    Berikut ini adalah posisi yang saat ini kami butuhkan
    1. Event
    Merasa jago bikin konsep acara? Pengen ikut serta nyusun event buat LAR? Daftar aja ke divisi ini dan salurkan konsep acara yang unik yang kalian miliki!
    2. Publication
    Merasa komunikatif, supel dan ramah sama orang? Kalo iya, disini nih tempat kalian. Publication selain kebagian promosiin kegiatan LAR, nanti bakal berhubungan sama orang, sama bakal jadi orang yang ada dibalik social media LAR
    3. Media/Parnership
    Merasa punya link banyak? Gabung aja di divisi ini! Tugasnya menjalin hubungan dengan media untuk menyebarkan semangat kegiatan LAR ke anak muda lain! Selain itu, kalo ada yang mau kerjasama sama LAR juga bakal berhubungan sama kalian..
    4. Volunteers
    Punya keinginan untuk ngurusin Community Service LAR yang diadakan setiap bulannya? Gabung di divisi ini gak bakal salah deh! Kalian juga bakal banyak berhubungan sama Volunteer yang terdaftar buat ngabarin acara Community Service!
    5. Fundraising
    Merasa jago wirausaha dan punya ide yang unik untuk jualan? Kalo iya, jangan ragu daftar di divisi ini! Divisi ini bertugas mencari dana untuk event LAR.
    6. Kreatif
    Jago Photoshop dan ngedesain? Yuk, daftar di divisi ini Tugasnya tentu aja ngedesain berbagai macam hal kayak poster, merchandise dan lain sebagainya. Bagi yang berminat di divisi ini, jangan lupa sertakan contoh desain terbaik kalian, diutamakan materi promosi seperti poster (2-3 buah)
    7. Logistik
    Mengurus perlengkapan, konsumsi kalo ada event, akomodasi, serta produksi merchandise nah ini urusannnya divisi yang satu ini!
    8. Dokumentasi
    Punya kamera SLR dan merasa kalo fotografi adalah passion kalian? Divisi ini cocok buat kalian yang pengen membidik momen-momen di event LAR. Bagi yang berminat di divisi ini, jangan lupa sertakan contoh foto terbaik kalian (2-3 buah)
    Dan perlu diingat, aplikasi kalian kami tunggu sampai 14 Agustus 2012. Apabila punya pertanyaan lebih lanjut jangan sungkan-sungkan tweet ke @LookAroundID.
    Tunggu apalagi? Jangan ragu untuk mendaftar jadi Staff Look Around Indonesia!
    Further information:

    Jumat, 27 Juli 2012

    Interns for Global Youth Forum Secretariat, UNFPA Country Office Jakarta 2012

    Deadline: August 2, 2012

    Vacancy announcement for Interns for Global Youth Forum Secretariat, UNFPA Country Office Jakarta.

    The qualifications of the Intern position are:

    1. Bachelor’s degree or university student entering their final year of study in Social Science, Information Technology, or other related fields. (Recent graduates are welcome.)
    2. Two years’ professional experience working in youth-related issues.
    3. Strong social media skills.
    4. Strong organizational skills and good team player, with a flexible working approach.
    5. Ability to liaise and affiliate with differently structured organizations at the national, regional, and international levels, such as: governments, donor agencies, UN agencies, and NGOs.
    6. Strong personnel management experience and proven ability to work well in a cross-cultural team and environment.
    7. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate clearly and concisely in both oral and written English.
    8. Ability to work under pressure and travel frequently.
    9. Willing to commit for UNFPA duties until end of December 2012.

    CANDIDATES who wish to be considered for this vacancy should send their CV and Motivation Letter/Cover letter to UNFPA Indonesia via email to

    Deadline set for the submission of the application is 2 August 2012.

    Further information:

    Photo Contest: UN Plus 2013 Calendar

    Deadline: August 26, 2012
    Photo Contest: UN Plus 2013 Calendar

    UN Plus is holding a photo contest as part of the process to create its 2013 Calendar. All UN staff including fixed-term staff, staff on temporary assignments, consultants, fellows and interns are encouraged to send us their photographs under the theme of Access to Healthcare for All.Images need not be limited to HIV and could, for instance, include conditions such as diabetes or cancer.
    The winning photos will be used for the 2013 UN Plus Calendar and also featured in an exhibition that is planned towards the end of this year at the UNAIDS Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Please see Prize for more details.
    Eligibility: UN staff – including fixed term staff, staff on temporary assignments, consultants, fellows and interns.
    Submission Deadline: August 26 2012, Midnight (Central European Time)
    Photo Requirements: High-Resolution – Must be RGB, JPEG images 300 dpi or higher.
    Submission Requirements: The photos must be submitted to UN Plus at as attachments by deadline with the subject line: UN Plus Photo Contest (max. 2 photos per contestant)
    The following information MUST accompany the photograph to be eligible for entry:
    1. Photographer’s name
    2. Contact email address of person submitting photograph.
    3. UN Organization
    4. Photo Caption indicating who is in the photo (if there is anybody), what they were doing, where photo was taken and approximate date of photo.
    5. Title of the photograph (if any)
    6. Signed model release form if the photograph includes a recognizable face of a person. (If the model is under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must sign the release). A copy of the model release form UN Plus Photo Release Form.
    By submitting photos, submitting person acknowledges that: Photographer/copyright holder has released photo for use by UN Plus and UNAIDS.
    Choosing the Winners
    Once the deadline for applications has passed (Aug 26), the eligible photos will be uploaded to a contest page for public voting (NB: URL for the public voting page will be communicated on the UN Plus website and the UN Plus Facebook page on August 27) and it will be possible to vote for your preferred images. Voting will take place over a 21 day period and will be open to the public, so don’t hesitate to invite your friends (even non-UN staff) to vote. Please note that only those photographs that meet the above-mentioned requirements will be uploaded for the online voting.
    After the 21 days of voting, a shortlist consisting of the 30 photographs with the most votes will be submitted to a jury of 3 independent photographers, who will make the final selection. These photographs will be judged on their artistic value and relevance to the theme of the contest.
    • Winning photos will be used for the 2013 UN Plus Calendar, which will be distributed widely worldwide, within and outside of the UN system.
    • Winning photos will be featured in an exhibition at the UNAIDS Headquarters in Geneva, as well as on a dedicated online gallery.
    • Winning photographers will be credited in the calendar.
    • Winning photographers will receive 10 copies of the calendar.
    And remember the theme: Access to Healthcare for All (not limited to HIV).
    Make your image as artistic as you wish, as long as the underlying meaning can be related to the calendar’s theme