The OECD Forum was the largest and longest conference that we, as a delegation, attended, however it was not the only one. We engaged in several meetings, workshops, and conferences over our time in Paris, leading to a brilliant accumulation of knowledge from a wide variety of sources. Read more to find out how we spent our two weeks in Paris - the right way.
Who we met, where we went, and what we did, at the OECD Forum 2018. The OECD Forum was the largest conference attended by the NZ Youth Delegation on our trip to Paris, with a rich mixture of speakers and panels speaking to the theme of ‘What Brings Us Together’
Some reflection on the training weekend, one week out from the trip to the OECD Forum in Paris. Inside jokes, insightful conversations, and amazing guest speakers set the tone for what is sure to be an amazing journey..
The moment we know you've all been waiting for - we're excited to announce that applications are now open for not one, not two - but three international delegations in the first half of 2016.
I went to COP 19 in Warsaw last year with AYLI, and I'm returning to COP 20 this year with the New Zealand Youth Delegation. COP was one of last year's highlights for me, and so I thought I'd use this blog post to tell you a bit about what you might be in for if you attend COP with AYLI.
The Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute is excited to announce that applications are now open for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 20) in Lima, Peru. Taking place from 1-12 December 2014, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain an understanding of international negotiations and climate politics.
Our SIDS 2014 Head Delegate Henrietta McNeill has written a guest post for Oxfam New Zealand about her experience of the launch of the Samoan solar photovoltaic array this week, and her thoughts on sustainable energy in the Pacific. Read it in full here!
The Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute is thrilled to announce that applications are now open for the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States. Taking place from 1 - 4 September 2014 in Apia, Samoa, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain an understanding of development issues in the Pacific.