UNYANET Advice

2You want to get involved? Your country does not have a United Nations Youth Association, a Youth Delegate Program or other UN Youth Activities yet? Time to contact UNYANET Advice!

Description

UNYANET Advice is the contact point for future UNYAs, individuals and associations interested in the work of UNYANET. The Advice Team provides interested individuals with information on how to etsablish an UNYA in their country and assists during the process, ranging from the very first idea over legal and constitutional affairs to structure, fundraising, team and projects. The consultancy includes criteria and recommendations for a successful application for UNYANET Membership. However, this is not mandatory. Furthermore, the Advice Team supplies both Member Associations and future Members with know-how concerning UN-related youth projects.

Aim and Content

UNYANET Advice assists individuals by setting up UNYAs, Youth Delegate Programs or other UN Youth related activities in their country. It helps them to integrate into UNYANET activities and projects, by connecting them to experienced persons and associations with comparable backgrounds as well as by showing them on a very concise basis how to get involved. Questions at hand in cases where UNYANET Advice is consulted often include structural or project design and implementation issues. The Advice Team is constituted of individuals with a variety of backgrounds: some have a long-time experience in well-established UNYAs, others have set up or are setting up a UNYA.

Contact
Whether you would like to establish a UNYA in your country, are already in the process or have a question related to a specific project: Contact us via info@unyanet.org