Ubuntu United Nations is an online, certified, entirely free training composed of 5 themed seminars based on the Ubuntu Leaders Academy model that will be facilitated with the participation of Nobel Peace Laureates and by Heads of State and Prime-Ministers.
The program includes a 25-hour training certificate with the participation of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, such as Muhammad Yunus, Kaylash Satyarthi and Leymah Gbowee.
When: October – December 2021 (check the dates for each seminar below)
Who: young leaders aged between 18-35 from across the world
Deadline for applications: 30 August 2021
Developed by the Ubuntu Leaders Academy, the Ubuntu United Nations is a free of charge and certified training program inspired by the Ubuntu philosophy for young leaders. The initiative counts on the participation of the UN Secretary-General António Guterres and seeks to encourage and to commit youth leaders and changemakers to Human Rights advocacy, Social Justice and Sustainable Development.
The thematic seminars are:
The motto of this training program is Building Bridges – Igniting Youth Action for Unity in Diversity. English language proficiency is important. Full attendance is expected.
The candidates can apply through the website below by sending a 3-minute video (max) shot with their smartphone, introducing themselves and mentioning why they decided to apply to the Ubuntu United Nations.