The Mosaic International Summit 2011 in Qatar in November 2011
The Mosaic International Summit 2011, sponsored by Prudential Corporation Asia as global partner, will be held in Qatar in November 2011. Applications are open to individuals between the ages of 25 - 35 who are both nationals and residents of the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia (resident in Kenya) Turkey and UAE.
To apply, please download and read "Information for applicants" http://www.mosaicnetwork.co.uk/international/international_summit/
Applications close at 1600 (GMT) on 4th March 2011 (except for candidates from Malaysia who have until 1600 GMT on 11th March). We are not accepting applications from previous participants.
Mosaic works towards a more integrated and thriving society where all individuals, regardless of background, are supported in realising their potential. Mosaic was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2007.
The Mosaic International Summit offers young leaders the opportunity to take part in an exciting leadership development programme. The 2011 Summit builds upon the programmes of previous years, and will provide world class speakers, leadership workshops and the opportunity to become part of a vibrant international network of young leaders committed to positive change.
The Summit aims for delegates:
1) to develop leadership ability and an aspiration to be an agent of change
2) to develop understanding of key global issues and inspire positive thinking to address them
A critical part of the leadership programme follows the Summit, where particpants are supported in their leadership journey by Mosaic. Participants report back on their development and community work every 3 months for a year following the Summit and take an active part in Mosaic's international network.
The last Summit was held in July 2010. The workshops, activities and lectures that took place in the first week covered issues such as environmental sustainability, global poverty and inter-cultural relations. The second week was then spent on regional study tours to Manchester, Bradford, London and Birmingham during which the participants had the chance to visit projects in the UK which brought to life the issues that had been discussed. Since the Summit, the alumni of the programme have been involved in a wide variety of community work, from setting up local libraries to volunteering at children's shelters.
For more information see http://www.mosaicnetwork.co.uk/international/international_summit/