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"East - West bridge: Green values for South Caucasus!"

Category: Announcements 
2009-03-18

Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe (www.cdnee.org) is announcing a call for members of the international preparatory group (prep team) of the summer camp "East - West bridge: Green values for South Caucasus!". This project will take place from 19th of July to 26th of July 2009 in Georgia and is so far financially supported by the Council of Europe, the European Youth Foundation and the Green Forum, Sweden.

This call is open for applicants coming from any of the Council of Europe member or candidate states.  The prep team member should be interested in the topics of this event, willing to take active part in the preparations, implementation and follow up of the project and be available to take part in the preparatory meeting in June 2009 and the seminar itself. The advantage (but not the condition) is to have green organisation background and the experience with the topics of the event. Considering that this is a youth event the members of the prep team will not be younger then 18 and older then 35. The selection of the prep team will be done by the Executive Committee of CDN in April 2009.

DEADLINE for submitting the application (filled in applications form attached to the call) to office@cdnee.org is 5th of April 2009 at 11 PM CET.

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