UN Volunteers Career Webinar | Tuesday, June 18 (limited spots available)

As part of the “Women Volunteers around the world” campaign, UN Volunteers programme and Impactpool have co-organized a free webinar to tell you more about UNV programme, the application process, and this unique organization’s work culture.

No matter where you are, you are welcome to join this online presentation on June 18, 2019 at 8:00 (EST) Check your time zone

Together, Ms. Iram Batol and Mr. Manuel Brakaj will give you an overview of UNV programme, some insight into the available opportunities along with tips to strengthen your application.

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The webinar is open to anyone, limited spots.
A recording will be made available for all via Impactpool website within 1 week. Find all webinars from organizations and career coaches.

The United Nations Volunteers

Every day, millions of individuals across the planet engage in development initiatives through volunteer actions – both large and small – in order to improve conditions for others and for themselves, their families and communities. Individual and collective action has a major impact on peace and development. Volunteer action was pivotal to achieving the Millennium Development Goals and will be even more decisive for the Impact 2030 agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme has evolved greatly over the past 42 years in terms of the size and spread of its mandate, results and activities, driven by the changing external environment for peace, development and the eradication of poverty, by the wider acknowledgment of the role of volunteerism globally and by intergovernmental legislation. In 2006, the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board confirmed UNV’s business model, leading to UNV being operational in three domains:

  • mobilizing volunteers to enable more people to be directly involved in humanitarian, peace building and post conflict recovery, as well as sustainable development and poverty eradication work of the UN;
  • advocating for volunteerism and civic engagement in peace and development; and
  • pursuing the integration of volunteerism across policy, legislation and programming as well as delivering on internationally agreed development goals.

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Learn more about UNV and find all current UNV vacancies

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