Recent Delegations

United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) - 2017

United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) - 2017

World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings - 2017

World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings - 2017

UNESCO World Heritage Committee Session 41 - 2017

UNESCO World Heritage Committee Session 41 - 2017

OECD Forum - 2017

OECD Forum - 2017

United Nations Ocean Conference - 2017

United Nations Ocean Conference - 2017

United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP22) - 2016

United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP22) - 2016

Habitat III - 2016

Habitat III - 2016

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Applications are now open for our first ever delegation to the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

Applications are due midnight, Sunday 4 March 2018.

Applications are now open for our first ever delegation to the UN Commission on the Status of Women.

Applications are due midnight, Saturday 20 January 2018.

For the first time in years, positions are available to join AYLI's awesome team! Love what we do? Don't miss this chance. Send your application in by midnight, 31 January!

Find more details about our new volunteer and paid roles here.

Applications are now open for our three delegations for Semester 2 - the WTO Public Forum, World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings and the UN climate talks.

Applications are due midnight, Friday 11 August 2017.

This week our UN Ocean Conference Head Delegate Emily was interviewed by the University of Auckland, where she is studying toward her PhD!  Read their article here to find out the five actions she believes New Zealand must take now to protect our oceans. 

As we kick off 2017, we're looking for passionate and motivated new people to come on board (literally), support us and champion what we do.

Keen to be a part of it all?  All the information you need to apply to join our board is here.  

Applications are now open for our delegation to the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech, Morocco.

AYLI is thrilled to announce its delegation to the UN's Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador, next month.

The delegation will be led by alumnus Piet Ubels, who was a member of our delegation to UNEA II in Nairobi, Kenya, earlier this year.  He will be joined by Luke Christensen, Charlotte Clouston, Natasha Eichler, Hannah Shingler, Mel Taylor, and Bruce Tsai - all of Auckland.

To find out more about the team and their backgrounds, head over to their delegation page here.

Attending the Habitat III negotiations is such an amazing opportunity on so many levels. This is a once in 20-year chance to be at the table that decides the New Urban Agenda for the world. It's your chance to see - and maybe even influence - whether our generation's uncertain future is set in the right direction.  

Applications are now open for our Semester 2 delegation to the Habitat III conference in Quito, Ecuador.