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Western Union Foundation One Young World Delegate Scholarship

The Western Union Foundation is partnering with One Young World to offer the Western Union Foundation One Young World Delegate Scholarship for three (3) young people to attend the One Young World Summit 2018 in The Hague, the Netherlands.

The Scholarship is open to young leaders (ages 18-30) who deliver extraordinary impact in migrant or refugee communities. They may be a social entrepreneur dedicated to support refugees, or working to support refugee causes, or a leader dedicated to migrant, refugee, and underserved communities.

The scholarship benefits include:

  • The cost of travel to and from The Hague (flights in economy), plus a stipend for ground transportation to/from the airport, hotel and Summit venue.
  • Hotel accommodation on a shared basis (twin rooms) between 16 and 20 (inclusive) October 2018. (Arrangements may be made for delegates to avail of an additional night’s accommodation on 15 October, should their travel itinerary require.)
  • Catering which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner during the Summit.
  • Transport between the Summit accommodation and the Summit venue.
  • Summit hand-outs and support materials.
  • Discretionary funds to provide for emergency out of pocket expenses while in The Hague up to a maximum of £250.00 per delegate.

Eligibility criteria

Candidates of any background between the ages of 18 and 30 who are working to support refugee and/or migrant communities are eligible for this scholarship.

Successfully sponsored delegates will demonstrate:

  • Evidenced commitment to creating social impact within migrant or refugee communities.
  • Leadership ability in their chosen cause or issue.
  • Capacity for innovation and values-driven problem solving.
  • Concern for local and global issues.
  • Ability to generate and articulate impactful ideas.
  • Ability to work towards a shared goal through teamwork and collaboration.

Deadline: 4 June 2018

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