We announce with excitement the official opening of registration for the 2ndAfrican Youth SDGs Summit scheduled to take place in Accra, Ghana from 7-9 November 2018.The high level of interest for the 2018 summit suggests that the tickets will be sold out quickly. We are able to only admit 700 delegates due to logistical constraints and therefore we encourage all applicants and organizations to reserve their seats as early as possible.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in furthering the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Agenda 2063 is encouraged to apply, specifically:
- African Youth (15-35), other nationals are welcome to apply.
- Adult Professionals and practitioners
- Students & youth organizations
- Non-Governmental and Civil Society organizations
- Researchers and Academic institutions
- Governments, Public and Civil Servants
- UN Systems, AU & Diplomatic Missions
- Private Sector
- Indigenous people
- Donors, Development Partners & Philanthropic Community etc.
Registration can be done online.Applicants can register as individuals and as a group (5+ delegates).
To bring different voices and stakeholders to the summit, the cost of participation has been heavily subsidized. The subsidized registration fees are as follows:
Ghanaian delegates 25 and below: GHC150.00 Standard Rate: GHC250.00
Ghanaian Delegates 26+: GHC250.00. Standard Rate: GHC400.00
African Delegates: $200.00, Standard Rate: $300.00
Other Countries: $400.00, Standard Rate $500.00
NB: Terms and Conditions apply. Visit the summit website for further information.
Deadline for Early Bird Registration: 15th July,2018
Call for registration for speakers, plenary and workshop presentations will be announced soon.
For further enquiries, sponsorship or partnership please email us: [email protected] or by Phone: (+233) 242842833 / 203005019 /274647543.
Register here http://youthsdgssummit.org/apply/
We look forward to hosting all of you in November,2018.
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