Vous avez de 18 à 30 ans ? Participez à une summer school à Galway !

Mise à jour mercredi 3 juillet 2019, par Agnès

Dans le cadre du projet Européen (AANChOR -"All AtlaNtic Cooperation for Ocean Research and innovation"), IFREMER recherche un jeune ambassadeur.

Profil du jeune ambassadeur :

  • moins de 30 ans
  • volonté de s’impliquer dans le groupe d’ambassadeurs
  • sensibilité sur le développement durable et la gestion des océans, tout en étant à l’aise en anglais.

    Les frais de déplacement seront pris en charge par le projet pour cette mission en Irlande du 23 au 27 août 2019.

The Summer School :

The summer school will take place in Galway, Ireland, over a 4-day period to create awareness with an engaged group of around 20 youth leaders who can act as Ambassadors in their own countries along and across the Atlantic Ocean. The growing momentum generated by the global activities of FridaysForFuture have demonstrated once again the need to engage the leaders of tomorrow in responding to the global challenges of the present. Our ultimate objective is to build an Atlantic Community of a fully engaged young generation to create a ground swell of activism to support an Ocean aware society.
Over the course of the Summer School, Ambassadors will design and develop campaigns, together with communication and outreach experts to raise awareness of the issues affecting communities living by and from the Atlantic Ocean.

The Summer School will teach Youth Ambassadors :

◦ To become actors for change for the Atlantic Ocean
◦ To design and develop communication campaigns around ocean issues
◦ To reach out and engage local communities and experience the challenges of those living by the Ocean
◦ To maximise impact of activities through the development of content (e.g. articles, videos, blogs, performances)
◦ To lead by example on sustainability through the mobilisation of local capacity for small community projects.
◦ To be the generation that makes the difference
◦ About the power of Science Diplomacy, specifically the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance

Activities of the Ambassadors beyond the Summer School :

The Summer School is only the beginning of the activities of the All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors.
Following the Summer School, the Ambassadors will :
• Each be coached by an assigned project partner from AORAC-SA or AANChOR
• Develop campaigns and actions addressing the sustainability challenges faced by the Atlantic Ocean and by the communities in their places of origin whose well-beings depends on the Atlantic, and showcase possible activities to address them
• Pitch their achievements and campaigns at the All Atlantic Forum in Brussels in early 2020
• Become fully embedded in the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance
• Engage with schools to contribute to build the generation that makes a difference
• Have the opportunity to present their work at other major events

Youth Ambassadors should be :

• Committed to making positive change in their communities
• Interested in policy making and writing, capable of digesting lots of information and quickly turning around policy papers/speeches
• Good communicators, and willing to use blogs/videos/social media posts/performances and writing articles to inform others
• Fluent English speakers
• Comfortable with public speaking
• Able to travel Galway, Ireland for the 23 – 27 August 2019
• Curious about the world, and the ocean. Interested in community building, science diplomacy, public engagement, education and training, and youth issues
• Passionate about solving today’s most pressing problems and working to engage people in this important agenda
• Committed to giving time to this Programme
• Under the age of 30

Pour en savoir plus, contactez :
Romain LE MOAL
Direction des Affaires Européennes et Internationales