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The Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace – Women and Youth at the Frontlines

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August 5, 2020
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The Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace – Women and Youth at the Frontlines

Deadline
September 1, 2020
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Description

Description

The Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is going virtual.

 

Originally envisaged as a high-level event at the UN campus in Turin, Italy, the 2020 Torino Forum is leveraging innovation and technology to bring the Women, Peace and Security community together with the Youth, Peace and Security community for a series of virtual discussions and exchanges. The event will explore the status of the agendas of these respective communities in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

Eligibilities

Benefits

Benefits

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, there are no fees for the Torino Forum.

 

All participants will benefit from the UN Kampus platform and live sessions will be recorded.

 

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Online
Program Country
Italy

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process

Sign up here: https://www.unssc.org/activities/public-form?id=238311&key=

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Torino Forum will be leveraging innovation and technology to bring together participants in a series of virtual discussions and interactive exchanges. The Forum will benefit from a number of virtual tools enabling true exchange among participants. Participation from a number of time zones will be possible by convening live in the afternoon Central European Time.

 

Course Contents:

 

The overall theme of the 2020 Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is “Women and Youth at the Frontlines” – which will guide and set the stage for all sessions throughout the week. A series of virtual discussions and exchanges will explore the state of play for advancing the Women, Peace and Security, and Youth, Peace and Security agendas as well as peacebuilding at large – in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

 

Plenary sessions will be combined with smaller group workshops. Each breakout workshop will be focused on a critical agenda item and will invite active participation from all participants – co-creation will be the goal. These sessions will also serve as collaboration hubs for identifying best practices, plans and future initiatives.

 

In the context of the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022), on day 1 the Forum will also host a cultural event to leverage the potential of music by bringing together the cultural, ethnic, linguistic and religious diversity in support of commonly shared values around peace.

 

View details: https://www.unssc.org/courses_pdf?nid=238311

Fully Funded

Opening Date
August 5, 2020
Time Left
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes
Time Zone
Central European Time

The Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace – Women and Youth at the Frontlines

Deadline
September 1, 2020
unesco-02

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Description

Description

The Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is going virtual.

 

Originally envisaged as a high-level event at the UN campus in Turin, Italy, the 2020 Torino Forum is leveraging innovation and technology to bring the Women, Peace and Security community together with the Youth, Peace and Security community for a series of virtual discussions and exchanges. The event will explore the status of the agendas of these respective communities in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

Eligibilities

Benefits

Benefits

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, there are no fees for the Torino Forum.

 

All participants will benefit from the UN Kampus platform and live sessions will be recorded.

 

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Online

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process

Sign up here: https://www.unssc.org/activities/public-form?id=238311&key=

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Torino Forum will be leveraging innovation and technology to bring together participants in a series of virtual discussions and interactive exchanges. The Forum will benefit from a number of virtual tools enabling true exchange among participants. Participation from a number of time zones will be possible by convening live in the afternoon Central European Time.

 

Course Contents:

 

The overall theme of the 2020 Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is “Women and Youth at the Frontlines” – which will guide and set the stage for all sessions throughout the week. A series of virtual discussions and exchanges will explore the state of play for advancing the Women, Peace and Security, and Youth, Peace and Security agendas as well as peacebuilding at large – in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

 

Plenary sessions will be combined with smaller group workshops. Each breakout workshop will be focused on a critical agenda item and will invite active participation from all participants – co-creation will be the goal. These sessions will also serve as collaboration hubs for identifying best practices, plans and future initiatives.

 

In the context of the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022), on day 1 the Forum will also host a cultural event to leverage the potential of music by bringing together the cultural, ethnic, linguistic and religious diversity in support of commonly shared values around peace.

 

View details: https://www.unssc.org/courses_pdf?nid=238311

Fully Funded

Opening Date
August 5, 2020
Time Left
00
Days
00
Hours
00
Minutes
Time Zone
Central European Time

The Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace – Women and Youth at the Frontlines

Deadline
September 1, 2020
unesco-02

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Description

Description

The Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is going virtual.

 

Originally envisaged as a high-level event at the UN campus in Turin, Italy, the 2020 Torino Forum is leveraging innovation and technology to bring the Women, Peace and Security community together with the Youth, Peace and Security community for a series of virtual discussions and exchanges. The event will explore the status of the agendas of these respective communities in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

Eligibilities

Benefits

Benefits

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, there are no fees for the Torino Forum.

 

All participants will benefit from the UN Kampus platform and live sessions will be recorded.

 

 

Program Venue

Program Venue
Online

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Application Process

Application Process

Sign up here: https://www.unssc.org/activities/public-form?id=238311&key=

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Torino Forum will be leveraging innovation and technology to bring together participants in a series of virtual discussions and interactive exchanges. The Forum will benefit from a number of virtual tools enabling true exchange among participants. Participation from a number of time zones will be possible by convening live in the afternoon Central European Time.

 

Course Contents:

 

The overall theme of the 2020 Virtual Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is “Women and Youth at the Frontlines” – which will guide and set the stage for all sessions throughout the week. A series of virtual discussions and exchanges will explore the state of play for advancing the Women, Peace and Security, and Youth, Peace and Security agendas as well as peacebuilding at large – in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

 

Plenary sessions will be combined with smaller group workshops. Each breakout workshop will be focused on a critical agenda item and will invite active participation from all participants – co-creation will be the goal. These sessions will also serve as collaboration hubs for identifying best practices, plans and future initiatives.

 

In the context of the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures (2013-2022), on day 1 the Forum will also host a cultural event to leverage the potential of music by bringing together the cultural, ethnic, linguistic and religious diversity in support of commonly shared values around peace.

 

View details: https://www.unssc.org/courses_pdf?nid=238311

Fully Funded

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August 5, 2020
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Description

The Torino Forum for Sustaining Peace is going virtual.

 

Originally envisaged as a high-level event at the UN campus in Turin, Italy, the 2020 Torino Forum is leveraging innovation and technology to bring the Women, Peace and Security community together with the Youth, Peace and Security community for a series of virtual discussions and exchanges. The event will explore the status of the agendas of these respective communities in an open exchange with the wider peacebuilding community.

BENIFITS

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, there are no fees for the Torino Forum.

 

All participants will benefit from the UN Kampus platform and live sessions will be recorded.

 

 

Eligibilities

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APPLICATION PROCESS

Sign up here: https://www.unssc.org/activities/public-form?id=238311&key=

Applications will be closed at:
September 1, 2020
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September 1, 2020
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