The DOC is co-organising a global essay competition in advance of Rhodes Forum 2020, and in the context of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. In the spirit of the international institution and the DOC’s goals, the topic to be addressed will be:
Humanity and Global Challenges:
How can we maintain international cooperation in the face of increasingly urgent global problems and decreasing dialogue between civilisations?
The competition is open to two groups of young people between the ages of 18 and 27:
(a) students who are enrolled in an educational program (bachelor or master’s degree)
(b) young professionals from around the world.
The winner(s) and judges of the essay competition will be invited to participate in a session at the Rhodes Forum 2020, the DOC’s flagship project.
This essay competition is in support of:
And co-organised by the following international institutions:
- The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC RI)
- The Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI)
- The Center for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies Turkey (CEDS)
- The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations for the University of Coventry (CTPSR)
- International Debat (ID)
Partners and supporters:
- The Association Coexister France
- The India Foundation
- The Russian-Armenian University (RAU)
- The University of Göttingen
- The United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY)
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