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Stakeholder mapping and research about resilient cities in Latin-america

Support a sustainable development and citizen participation NGO with a research to generate future alliances and projects

The project

It is a private, non-profit organization that contributes to the sustainable human development of Ecuador, improving the quality of life of the poor and building a democratic, responsible and caring society.

Working areas

a) Participation, dialogue and incidence
Encourage initiatives that promote citizen participation processes and construction of spaces for dialogue between different actors.

b) Strengthening of capabilities
Promote initiatives and actions that allow the strengthening of capabilities oriented to social organizations and the construction of citizenship.

c) Gender and diversity
Endorse actions that promote the full participation of women and people of gender diversity.

d) Sustainable and resilient communities                                                      Initiatives aimed at sustainable development of communities from public-private partnerships

 

 

Dates/Length

8 weeks 

Summer 2020

(ask for more dates)

Costs

$1250 USD

Requirements

Spanish level- Basic A1 

willing to improve

 

Role of the participant

Mapping of actors who are working in sustainable cities. Work networks linked to the subject in Latin America.

Ideas for the construction of modules on issues of citizen participation with resilience approaches.

Skills required

  • Creativeness
  • Organization
  • Patience
  • Curiosity
  • Scientific research
  • Report writting

What’s Included?

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Orientation

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Internship

15 to 30 weekly hours

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Local certificate of have successfully completed the internship

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Cultural curriculum

includes cultural activities every week and a local buddy system.

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Virtual platform

to be used for the internship tasks and cultural activities

Not Included

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Spanish classes online

1 hour per day Mon-Friday (50 USD)

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