UNICEF Young Envoys programme

Posted by Peter MUIR


Be a UNICEF Young Envoy!
Join over 950 young envoys to promote children’s rights

UNICEF Young Envoys Programme, launched in 1996, provides a great depth of children’s rights, leadership, communication and organizational skills training to young people every year. Over the years, students from over 130 secondary schools have been nurtured to become child rights advocates.

Selected candidates of the Programme will also be given an opportunity to visit UNICEF’s field work in developing countries, where they can experience the living conditions of deprived children and learn the challenges they are facing.
Apply now if you’re…
• 12 to 18 years old (as in June 2015)
• full-time student
• experienced in community service / voluntary work
• good at communication (including Cantonese, English & Putonghua)
• outgoing, positive and independent