Similar Stories CMU Australia Scholarships for International Students Siemens Stiftung E-Mobility Innovation Call 2021: “Electric Mobility Made in Africa for Africa” 4th Africa-Europe Youth Summit and EU-AU Youth Plug-In Initiative! August 4, 2017 Published by sanja Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0 Pocket Reddit +1 Share 0 ← EVS in Spain: Cáritas Interparroquial 2018 Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students Tweet Deadline: 6 August 2017Open to: persons between the ages of 18 and 35 from Africa, Europe and DiasporaVenues: 9 – 11 October in Abidjan in Ivory Coast; 27 October – 29 November in Addis and BrusselsDescription The 4th Africa-Europe Youth Summit will bring together more than 120 youth leaders from both continents, including African Diaspora on 9-11 October in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire to agree on a declaration on themes including education, peace & security, environment, business, democratic inclusion and culture.A follow-up group, the 36 youth selected for the “EU-AU Youth Plug-In initiative” will pursue the work between October 27 and November 29, embedded in the AU and the EU as two Euro-African groups, in Addis and Brussels. The EU-AU fellows will develop further ideas on Africa-EU cooperation relating to the six topics tackled by the Youth Forum, which will be presented to the AU-EU Summit on November 29-30 (Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire), which is itself, focused on youth.EligibilityMust have citizenship of an African/European/Diaspora country;Age 18-35;Current involvement in a youth organisation/network;Experience of implementing an initiative under at least one of the themes;Prior interest and previous knowledge of Africa-Europe cooperation;Ability to work in either English or French;Availability to dedicate significant time and energy to the initiative (for a period of around 6 weeks in October and November, in both Addis and Brussels);Knowledge of one or more topics (education & skills, peace & security, environment, business & job creation, governance & democratic inclusion, culture & arts);Experience in cooperating within international and multicultural teams.BenefitsAll travel and accommodation expenses are covered for chosen applicants, participants selected for the Youth Plug-in Initiative are also allocated a stipend for the period of the Youth Plug-In initiative.How to Apply?In order to apply please fill in the application form.Find the specific application forms below:AFRICAN applicants;DIASPORA applicants;EUROPEAN applicants.In case you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to HVASS Irene at: Irene.HVASS @ eeas.europa.euFor more information please visit the official website. EVS in Spain: Punt Jove 2018 →
Marie DealessandriAcademy WriterTuesday 30th March 2021Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleBloober TeamBloober Team has decided to put an end to its merger and acquisition discussions.According to VGC, translating an article from Polish publication Bankier.pl, the Medium developer was in talks with several investors about being acquired, but will now instead consider cooperation with one of the investors rather than a merger.Bloober Team is also considering investing in other studios as it has “spare financial resources.””The company has decided not to continue discussions with potential financial and industry investors interested in acquiring a majority stake due to the high risk of losing its overriding strategic objectives,” VGC’s translation of the announcement read.Related JobsEnvironment Artists – New IP South East Creative AssemblyLead Sound Designer South East Creative AssemblyRemote Environment Artist Console Studio UK UK & Europe Big PlanetDiscover more jobs in games “At this stage it would be incompatible with the culture of the organisation, and would significantly limit the potential growth of the company’s value in the coming years, especially taking into account the projects implemented and planned.”Bloober Team announced in June last year that it was in discussion with six different companies about possible mergers and acquisitions. Three of those companies were located in the US, two were from Poland, and one was based in the UK, but no further details about the companies were shared.Bloober Team’s most recent title, The Medium, launched in January after a delay. It recouped its production and marketing costs within a day of release.
The SM North band getting ready to perform in San Diego.Years from now it’s likely the SM North Marching Band will look back on their high school years and remember this exact week.While most students are on holiday break the band is on an eight-day, seven-night trip to San Diego and Los Angeles, where they are wrapping up a series of performances.They marched with hundreds of other students in the Holiday Bowl, the Big Bay Balloon Parade and, come Wednesday, they will march on the streets of Disneyland.SM North Marching Band Director Chad Reed said he expects the experience will be something his students remember forever.“I wish I could describe the faces of those kids when they walked through the tunnel of Qualcomm Stadium for the first time getting ready to perform for the Holiday Bowl. They were just absolutely blown away,” Reed said.The band director said he hasn’t had to check the weather back home often. Several students have given him regular updates as they soak up the sunlight and warmer weather. “They love the weather,” Reed said. “It was fun to see the kids step off the plane and over half of them had never actually seen a palm tree. And they get off the plane and it is 60 degrees and there are palm trees everywhere.”The group includes 108 students and 24 adults. Most of them flew to San Diego at 7 a.m. Dec. 26 arriving just in time for the parade. They will return Jan. 2, well before classes resume after the holiday. However two parents, John Wessling and Katie Bower, had to set out early. The couple left SM North high school on Dec. 22 in a Penske truck loaded with band uniforms and equipment. They will drive it back this week logging thousands of miles before the trip is complete.The students have already visited several sites during the trip including the San Diego Zoo, Seaworld and Seaport Village. Before leaving they’ll also visit Hollywood and Venice Beach.And they still have one last marching performance.On New Year’s Eve the band will march in a noon parade through the streets of Disneyland. After the performance, the students will hang up their uniforms and enjoy the park.“We’ll be done about 4 p.m. and then we let the kids close the park down. They get to be there until about 2 a.m. in the morning. They usher in the New Year with a huge fireworks display at Disneyland,” Reed said. “It is so much fun to see those kids participate in that.”
ROAD RUNNING: THE good folk of Port Moresby Road Runners were asked recently what their favourite running venue is. They have been voting with their feet and the declaration of the poll was made on Saturday afternoon. The winner is, by a country mile, the University of Papua New Guinea. The Waigani campus has held the record for the biggest number of participants since 10 February 2001 when 78 hardy souls turned out. The Holiday Inn came close to the record two weeks ago when 76 rolled up. But the University smashed its own record on Saturday afternoon when 94 runners and walkers, including many in the “Liklik” (under 12 years of age) category, relished the coolish, breezy, traffic-free, quiet and peaceful conditions on offer. Old timers will say that there were occasions in the 1980s when the century mark was beaten. Yes, that’s a good story but where are the records to prove it? They are still looking for them. Fifty-one completed the 2.8-km course, led home in grand style by the fleet-footed youngster Joshua John in 11 minutes and 39 seconds. This boy is still on a sharp improvement curve. He won the same race at this venue in January, in 12.29, so he has gone 50 seconds faster this time around. Speaking of improvement, no one can go past young Falyn Buda who won the female category of the 5.6-km race, finishing in outright eighth place in a field of 34, in 29.27. Skene Kiage ran so fast in the long race, over 11.2 km, that he got home quicker, in 47.42, than the last half-dozen 5.6-km finishers. And he won, of course, beating eight other diehards who edged the score towards 100, before Henry Horou brought the proceedings to a close in the soft and soothing dusk in 98.44. Next Saturday the action is on again, at another popular venue: Ela Beach, where three events of similar distance will be conducted.