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This page lists the currently available job opportunities at RLP; We have an active anti-discrimination policy. Women, Persons With Disability, Refugees and other minorities (e.g. religious, political, national, ethnic, members of particular social groups, etc.) are encouraged to apply.

 Call for applications - Young Innovators for Peace in the Great Lakes region

What is YouthLab?
The Youth Innovation Lab for Peace (YouthLab) is an initiative that aims to improve youth participation in peacebuilding and development processes in the region. It is funded by the European Union and implemented by Interpeace and its partners, Never Again Rwanda (Rwanda), Pole Institute (DRC), APC (Sud Kivu), CENAP (Burundi) and Refugee Law Project (Uganda).

 Why participate in YouthLab as a Young Innovator?

By participating in the YouthLab project, you will benefit from a training and experience exchange path that will allow you to strengthen your skills in leadership and conflict resolution, project design and management, and advocacy. You will participate, within a group of 30 young men and women, girls and boys, from the Great Lakes region (Rwanda, DRC, Burundi and Uganda), in the development and implementation of innovative projects for the improved governance, peacebuilding and development in the Great Lakes region. To this end, you will benefit from the support of the project's partner organizations, mentors from various national and regional organizations, and access to a cross-border network of policy makers to share your ideas.

Download full call for applications here.

Deadline: Send your application no later than April 20, 2022 at midnight.

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