International Volunteer Camp in Turkey 2021 presented by ICYF Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum | fully funded

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BACKGROUND

The Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF) announces the “ICYF Young Volunteers Camp” program to equip young people with practical knowledge and guidance to help and support communities during pandemics, natural disasters, and humanitarian crises.

As the world is going through unprecedented change, everyone needs to join their efforts to work collectively and support each other during these difficult times. Volunteerism is the crucial and significant solution at this very moment to bring people together and mobilize them accordingly where help is needed the most.

About the Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum ICYF

The Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF) announced the “ICYF Young Volunteers Camp” program to provide young people with practical knowledge and guidance to help and support communities during epidemics, natural disasters and humanitarian crises. As the world is undergoing unprecedented change, everyone needs to join forces to act collectively and support each other during these difficult times. Volunteering is the crucial and important solution at this very moment to bring people together and mobilize them accordingly where help is most needed.

Why you might choose to apply to this Camp

ICYF Youth Camp 2021 will be held in Antalya, Turkey. The duration of the ICYF camp is 6-7 days. Students, graduates, professionals, or anyone between the ages of 18-30 can apply for this amazing summer camp in Turkey. The mission of the Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF) is to empower youth and build their capacities through strategies, policy frameworks, programs, and projects that promote civic engagement, inclusive education, and capacity building. ICYF’s values are Collaboration, Innovation, Solidarity, Excellence, Integrity, Diversity, and Service.

CAMP OBJECTIVES

ICYF Young Volunteers Camps targets to achieve the following specific objectives:

  • To design the right framework of a volunteering training program during any kind of crisis as a long-term solution
  • ​To establish an effective partnership network and its community for volunteer’s capacity building
  • ​To empower youth lead organizations on volunteering management
  • ​To enhance young volunteers` capacities through interactive training
  • To promote the human rights of volunteers during humanitarian crises with civic and human rights education.
  • ​To establish a network among youth organizations for effective collaboration to find sustainable solutions during a pandemic crisis and humanitarian crises in the world.
  • ​To raise awareness of youth on the universal values of volunteerism
  • ​To provide a platform for sharing experiences, lessons learned and reflections on youth volunteerism and its impact.
  • ​To share best examples of successful youth volunteerism initiatives
  • ​To enable participants to improve themselves in project preparation for various funding sources and project cycle management

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LOCATION & DATE

Location: Antalya, Turkey

Date:

  • 5-10 July For Young Women
  • 12-17 July For Young Men

ELIGIBILITY AND PARTICIPANT SELECTION

The final selection will be made by the organizing committee. Applicant should meet the following criteria:

● Citizen of an OIC Member State or representative of a Muslim community in a non-OIC Member State
● Ability to communicate in English.
● Age between 18–30
● Previous experience in humanitarian and volunteer work
● Ability to work in teams.
● Volunteering background (article, project, photo, video etc.
● Involved in/or have coordinated volunteering related project.
● Leaders with impact in his/her local community
● Passionate and responsible to attend the full camp training program.
Important note: Only selected participants will be informed about the eligibility of their applications.

***Applications must be returned by no later than 13 June 2021 via application link:

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SELECTION:  

*** Selected participants will receive an email confirmation with logistics and program details. Due to a limited timing, there will not be an opportunity to inform those who were not selected. The general information on selection results will be posted at ICYF and Social Media accounts.

COSTS

Travel, accommodation, and other costs: As part of the ICYF young volunteers camp, ICYF will provide participants with two options for covering travel costs. Applications will be evaluated in two ways. Meals, accommodation, domestic transportation, and city tour expenses will be covered by the host organization.

CERTIFICATE

Full attended participants will be awarded a certificate issued by ICYF and program partners.

CONTACT

For more questions:

Email: [email protected]

ATTENTION:

Camp venue is arranged taking COVID 19 measures into consideration and Camp date is planned in line with international travel regulations of Turkey as the host country. Due to the COVID 19 precautions, please be informed that camp format might be changed from offline to online format. Please follow ICYF social media accounts for the smooth updates on the camp announcements.

How to Apply?

The application form is very simple.

Click the Apply Now button below to proceed to the ICYF Camp Youth Volunteer Application Form. Fill in all the details carefully and prepare from the ICYF application form.

*Selected participants will receive an email confirmation with logistics and program details. Due to the limited time, there will be no opportunity to inform those who were not selected. Public information on the selection results will be published in ICYF and social media accounts.

About the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, formerly the Organisation of the Islamic Conference, is an international organization founded in 1969, consisting of 57 member states, with a collective population of over 1.8 billion as of 2015 with 49 countries being Muslim-majority countries.

Founded: September 25, 1969

How many countries are members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation?

57 members

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation has 57 members, 56 of which are also member states of the United Nations, the exception being Palestine. Some members, especially in West Africa and South America, are – though with large Muslim populations – not necessarily Muslim majority countries.

 The membership includes Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Oman, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority (PA), Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Syria (suspended), Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.


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