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Five internship openings at UNOY Peacebuilders in The Hague

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The United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY – pronounced ‘You Know Why’) is a global network of young people and youth organisations committed to establishing peaceful societies. Young…Continue

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A Picture for Peace Contest

Dear All,UNOY is looking for you! Do you have any experience with shooting photo's and do you believe that your amateur shots are good enough? Please join our contest! To mark the International Day of Peace, the United Network of Young Peacebuilders is giving young people aged 15-30 all over the world the chance to show their contributions to peace by taking part in a photo contest. We are now asking for submissions for the…See More
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Five internship openings at UNOY Peacebuilders in The Hague

The United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY – pronounced ‘You Know Why’) is a global network of young people and youth organisations committed to establishing peaceful societies. Young people constitute half of the world’s population, and we strongly believe in their importance in society. It is why we aim to provide youth with the necessary means to contribute to peace.We are currently accepting applications for the following internship positions:Africa Training OfficerCommunication…See More
May 7, 2012
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Vijay Bharatiya liked UNOY Peacebuilders's discussion Call for Membership - UNOY Peacebuilders is looking for new members to join their network
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The United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY – pronounced ‘You Know Why’) is a global network of young people and youth organisations committed to establishing peaceful societies. Young people constitute half of the world’s population, and we strongly believe in their importance in society. It is why we aim to provide youth with the necessary means to contribute to peace.

Since its inception in 1989, UNOY has developed a multi-dimension expertise in its main areas of action that are advocacy and campaigning, capacity building and gender. Additional core activities are networking, sharing information, research, and fundraising. UNOY has now 49 member organizations in the world.

UNOY Peacebuilders is a non-political, non-religious, non-governmental organisation that welcomes youth peace initiatives/ organisations and young peacebuilders regardless of gender, ethnicity, social class, religion, or any other distinction and has a clear mission.
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A Picture for Peace Contest

Posted on August 22, 2012 at 5:51am 0 Comments

Dear All,

UNOY is looking for you! Do you have any experience with shooting photo's and do you believe that your amateur shots are good enough? Please join our contest! 

To mark the International Day of Peace, the United Network of Young Peacebuilders is giving young people aged 15-30 all over the world the chance to show their contributions to…

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