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Volunteers for the Climate Action Conference

New Zealand (Nationwide)
When: 27 and 28 July 2024
Age Eligibility: 18+
Application deadline: 18/07/2024
Are you a university student or recent graduate? We’re seeking volunteers with a passion for youth-led climate action to help on July 27th and 28th at the University of Auckland for the Climate Action Conference 2024!

Koi Dance Classes

New Zealand (Wellington)
When: July 2nd to the 3rd of September (10 weeks)
Age Eligibility:
Application deadline: Ongoing
Are you a dance professional, student, graduate or teacher looking to elevate your skills and connect with like-minded individuals? The Brothers and Sisters Collective invites you to participate in our 10-week Koi Dance Classes. What We Offer: 1. Professional Networking: – Connect with fellow dancers, instructors, and industry professionals. – Build meaningful relationships that can open doors to new opportunities. 2. Skill Enhancement: – Sharpen your dance techniques under the guidance of our expert tutor, Luke Hanna. – Learn new contemporary dance styles and movements to expand your repertoire. 3. Comprehensive Learning: – Gain valuable insights and knowledge that will contribute to your personal and professional growth. – Engage in a curriculum that covers advanced dance techniques, choreography, and performance skills. 4. Supportive Environment: – Thrive in a community of passionate and dedicated dance professionals. – Receive personalized feedback and support to help you reach your full potential. Class Details: – Start Date: July 2nd, 2024 (coinciding with the second day of the Pōneke Festival of Contemporary Dance 2024) to the 3rd of September. – Duration: 10 weeks – Schedule: Every Tuesday from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM – Location:** Te Auaha, 65 Dixon Street, Whitireia, Wellington Level 5, Studio 3 & 4 – Cost:*$10 per class How to Participate: To reserve your spot or for more information, please contact us at brothersandsisterscollective@gmail.com. Early reservations are encouraged as spaces are limited. However you are welcome to turn up to classes as you see fit. Bank transfers or cash payments in class or in advance. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to grow, learn, and thrive in the dynamic world of contemporary dance!

Call for Proposals: Environmental and Climate Justice

International
When: International
Age Eligibility:
Application deadline: June 10, 2024, at 11:59pm Eastern time.
The objective for this call for proposals is to invite eligible environmental feminists, womn rights organisations, collectives, groups, and movements who are passionate and knowledgeable to challenge the injustice meted on womn in land grabbing, deforestation, extractives, and water. We aim to support transformative, catalytic, and bold initiatives that address a shift in power dynamics for systemic change that is inclusive and transformative. With intentionality to focus on environmental womn human rights defenders and organisations operating at grassroots, it is an objective of this call to amplify their voices and allow for the building and strengthening of movements which elevate their contributions to the womns rights movement. The highlighted areas below serve as a guide for the grant applications with emphasis on innovative, strategic, and real- life situations captured succinctly to enact change:

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2023 Volunteer Excellence Awards

New Zealand (Nationwide)
When: unknown
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Application deadline: Wednesday 26 April 2023
In 2023, Volunteering Waikato have 5 categories to celebrate volunteers that enrich the Waikato Region communities, including a new ‘Event’ category. Head over to their website to nominate a volunteer or a team of volunteers

2023 Youth Council

New Zealand (Nationwide)
When: 2023 – 2025
Age Eligibility:
Application deadline: 6/3/23
If you have an interest in international relations and would like to learn more about the United States, the U.S. Embassy in New Zealand is looking for students and young professionals to join their 2023 Youth Council Program. As a participant, you will have a voice and contribute to group discussions, participate in community and/or volunteer programs to promote civil society, and have the potential to take part in a virtual exchange program. You will have the chance to connect with U.S. experts, dignitaries, and officials from a variety of fields, as well as like-minded local students and young professionals. For more information about the events you might participate in, check out the U.S. Embassy in New Zealand on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

2024 Waislitz Global Citizen Awards

New Zealand (Nationwide)
When: Every Year
Age Eligibility:
Application deadline: June 3 2024
Celebrating its tenth year, the Waislitz Global Citizen Awards recognize outstanding individuals working to end extreme poverty. Sponsored by the Waislitz Foundation in partnership with Global Citizen, these awards total $250,000 in cash prizes. The grand prize is $100,000, with two additional prizes of $75,000 each, honoring three exceptional individuals. The awards aim to create a positive social impact globally by supporting innovative projects that empower people to achieve their full potential and make a measurable difference.

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