The Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge 2020

The Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge is an opportunity to identify solutions that can have a positive impact around education, skills, training, employment opportunities and empowerment of young people. UNICEF believes that you are closest to many of these challenges and could have practical ideas for projects and innovations that address them. If you believe you

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The Lead2030 Challenge 2020

New Lead2030 challenges for 2020 are now live and awaiting solutions from young SDG leaders. From ending extreme poverty to protecting our oceans, the Sustainable Development Goals are an ambitious plan to create a sustainable future. To make this future a reality, we need a generation of young leaders who are meaningfully engaged with the

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The Prize D4D Competiton 2020

The Digital For Development Prize/ Prize D4D rewards outstanding initiatives that use digitisation and (new) technologies as a lever for development. The Prize is a biennial initiative of the Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA) with the support of the Belgian Directorate-General for Development Cooperation (DGD). The digital revolution links people to break through boundaries

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The Budget Youth Literacy Challenge 2019

The Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) presents once again their annual Budget Youth Literacy Challenge, an opportunity for young people to contribute to planning and budgeting process of public resources for promoting a people-centred budget that dignifies humanity. CSBAG is a Ugandan nonprofit organization that was founded in 2004 to bring together Civil Society

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The ATAF Tax Essay Competition 2019

The African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) is pleased to announce the 2nd Africa wide ATAF Tax Essay Competition for 2019. ATAF is an international organisation consisting of 38 African member states. Its objectives are to promote co-operation, knowledge sharing and capacity building among African tax administrations, as well as represent the interests of African tax

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