|Organisation :||Institute for Leadership Development|
|Type :||Organisme non gouvernemental|
|Mandat :||The Institute for Leadership Development (ILD), first founded in 1993, is a Global Public-Private Partnership Programme that actively engages agencies of the United Nations system and other multilateral organizations. The ILD developed its mission statement in the honour of the 1992 Rio Declaration for Youth. ILD promotes and develops the ideas, skills and spirit of leadership in the world's young people.
ILD aims at:
- Enhancing leadership and professional Skills
- Achieving sustainable development through global partnerships
- Developing a sense of global responsibility
- Building a strong global network of young leaders and entrepreneurs
ILD plans to achieve these aims through:
- Knowledge networking
- International work assignments and technical assistance
- Interactive skills enhancement programmes
- Global leadership forums, communication linkages and multimedia distance learning
The ILD presently operates as a private not for profit corporation, registered in Ontario, and is an Institute of the World Trade University (Canada), which is established as a private university in the province of British Columbia, Bill Pr401-2005.
|Adresse :||39 Dieppe Place
Chilliwack, British Columbia,
FAX: (604) 648-8705
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|Personne ressource :||Craig Young|
|Site Web en français :|
|Site Web en anglais :||www.wtuglobal.org|
|Secteur :||Gouvernement et société civile|
|Description du stage :||
The internship will include four weeks in Canada, including two weeks of pre-briefing and preparation for overseas departure, and one week of re-integration and post-overseas briefing, and one week of final report writing and submission.
While in Canada, the intern will:
- be requested to conduct basic research on the youth employment situation and related challenges in the host country, with a particular emphasis on identifying both gaps and assets/good practices on how the business community, policies and institutions support opportunities for youth , thereby gaining a greater understanding of the role and benefits of private sector development in promoting youth employment opportunities.
- draw a preliminary comparison with their host country, including an examination of the current diplomatic and trade relationships with Canada.
- prepare a briefing package summarizing key best practices, tools and success profiles of youth entrepreneurship and employment initiatives.
- After returning from overseas, the intern will spend one week of post internship debriefing and commence re-integration by working with fellow interns for a one week period on summarizing key collective recommendations on key actions, tools and practices, based on their lessons learned
- the criteria for best practices could be identified and shared among Lead countries.
Once overseas, the intern will
A. Develop and implement integrated research and development tools to promote best practices for youth employment and private sector development, institutional and grass roots/NGO capacity building, and presentation, training and implementation in the host country;
B. Develop appropriate teaching/knowledge sharing/transfer tools to enhance understanding and capacity building potential for youth employment initiatives.
C. Assist YEN Secretariat and Lead Country partners with ongoing activities to meet their overarching objectives and timelines. Contribute to the design and accelerated implementation of a National Youth Action Plan on youth employment.
D. Support YEN and the host country agency with building relationships among local insitutions and organizations, including organizing key meetings and events for national and local stakeholders.
|Organisation d'accueil :||International Labour Office - Senegal|
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