The EuroSchool also aims at providing the younger generation with a comprehensive understanding of functioning of the EU institutions in order to promote dialogue, co-operation, and mutual respect among young people, to raise awareness of the EU’s role in Azerbaijan, as well as to improve people-to people contacts between the EU and Azerbaijan. With the participation of ‘Young European Ambassadors’ discussion will be organized on issues relevant to young people such as: the EU and its role for youth in Europe and in the Eastern Partnership countries, opportunities for young people across the region, including education opportunities, as well as national and regional youth organisations. In addition, representatives of the OPEN Neighbourhood Programme will introduce participants to the ‘Young European Ambassadors’ network that connects youth from the EU Member States and the Eastern Partnership countries, including Azerbaijan.
The training will be conducted by experienced international trainers in English. Transportation from Baku to the region and back, meals and accommodation will be covered by the EU Delegation.
By the end of the EuroSchool, participants should feel more engaged with the EU, gain a better understanding of the EU processes, and have the ability to use the obtained skills for further promotion of the EU and its activities in Azerbaijan. Participants will receive a certificate and will be suggested to become members of the ‘Young European Ambassadors’ network.
How to apply:
Interested candidates should submit their CV and Motivation Letter (maximum one page) in English, which will include also an answer to the question "How could the EU benefit from cooperation with Azerbaijan?" with subject "EuroSchool 2019" to Delegation-Azerbaijan@eeas.europa.eu by 7 August 2019.