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Call for Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders Program (ADEL)

Date - 11 / 10 / 2018

Call for Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders Program (ADEL)

We are grateful to share the event of our Jean Monnet Network Partner, OCP Policy Center who is organizing  the seventh edition of The Atlantic Dialogues, a high-level conference that has become a tradition since its launch in 2012 by its founding partners the German Marshall Fund of the United States and OCP Policy Center in Morocco. This annual conference convenes influential public- and private-sector leaders from around the Atlantic Basin for open, informal discussion on cross-regional issues and also encourages intergenerational dialogue through its Atlantic Dialogues Emerging Leaders program (ADEL).

 

The ADEL program is for young leaders from around the Atlantic basin who have demonstrated leadership and initiative in their fields, who want to contribute to shaping the regional and global agenda in politics, finance, business, civil society and many other areas, who are eager to network with their peers and older, and who seek to foster and strengthen ties across the Atlantic Basin. Every year, this program brings together 40 to 50 young leaders aged 23 to 35, from around the Atlantic basin and Africa. This tailor made policy immersion program consists of structured group conversations with decision and opinion makers on key Atlantic development and cooperation issues, as well as informal meetings with innovative community leaders and think tank representatives, and is held two days prior to the Atlantic Dialogues Conference.

 

For more information about the program, please click here.

 

To access the call for applications, please click here.

Application deadline is October 14th!

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