URGENT: RIO+20 Accreditation Deadline - May 26th, 2012

If you are planning to attend the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro in June, but still need to be officially accredited, Interional Youth Council (IYC) can issue you a letter of accreditation for the UN Conference for Sustainable Development (June 20-22) and related 3rd PrepCom (June 13-15).

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS is this Saturday, May26. You will be notified of the status of your application by the end of May 26. If your application is accepted, we will be sending you your letter of accreditation which can be considered as official proof of your participation in the UN summit. This letter also enables you to get a free Brazilian visa.
IYC is *not* responsible for any other arrangements related to your participation in Rio+20 and related events – including, but not limited to travel to/from Rio, transportation in Rio, food, accommodation, insurance and incidentals.
Accredited delegates will be required to attend IYC meetings in Rio and carry out reporting, promotion, and/or other tasks when requested. Accredited delegates will also be required to give credit to IYC in their reporting, communications, and outreach efforts, whenever possible (e.g. linking to IYC if you're writing a blog post, and mentioning that your presence has been supported by our organization). Further details about the nature of such commitments will be specified after accreditations have been issued.
More information on this opportunity and the code of conduct can be found within the application form: http://bit.ly/IYCRio20

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Comment by abul kashem sheikh on May 26, 2012 at 1:29pm

Our interest in education for all to atten the Rio+20,We have action program for youth and human development goals. Like eternity training program for school students and community youth fisherman in the deep sea, we give technical support to the fishery community people and SIDR affected fishery families and also pure water and sanitation in CHT area in Bangladesh. Youth of our groups are always ready to serve voluntarily because in our community young people have energy, power, determination to work for build up for that we challenge the poverty, we know and how to recover MDG’s, 2015.


      We have a primary school for teaching the under previledged and school dropped children and mass education program for the illiterate people. Youth are teaching there as voluntary basis regularly with great interest and enthusiasm.




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