Позив на међународно такмичење студената YICGG 2017 у организацији Фудан Универзитета из Шангаја и Програма за развој УН у Кини
Центар за студије Азије и Далеког истока ФПН
позива заинтересоване студенте да се пријаве на престижно међународно такмичење студената YICGG 2017
у организацији Фудан Универзитета из Шангаја и Програма за развој УН у Кини
које ће се ове године одржати у Астани, у Казахстану (10-14. јуни 2017)
We would like to invite students to join the event of YICGG 2017 (Youth Innovation Competition on Global Governance), June 10th – 14th in 2017, Astana, Kazakhstan.
YICGG has been an annual international student event since 2007, sponsored by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in China and organized by the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA) of Fudan University. It is an internationally-oriented student competition for advancing public welfare, aiming to meet the mission of promoting global reform and global governance. Thanks to the high academic standard, YICGG has been cited as ‘the Academic Olympics for the Youth’ among the similar students’ activities. In the past 9 years, more than 1000 participants, 263 teams from 127 universities and institutions, 77 countries and regions in total have taken part in the programme and submitted over 373 proposals.
By attending YICGG2017, young people could communicate with experts and specialists from Expo 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan and learn from the delegates around the world. YICGG will provide a best opportunity to the world’s young people to meet and discuss issues of common interests. Valuable policy proposals developed by YICGG will be submitted to UNDP.
We encourage students from your university to build their teams to participate in YICGG 2017. YICGG will provide airfare subsidies and local accommodation during the summit.
For more information of YICGG, please read the attached documents and access the YICGG homepage (www.yicgg.fudan.edu.cn).
Please feel free to contact the organizer by email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or by phone: +86 -21-6564-2325