Youth Forums Canada Program for Canadian Organizations

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Deadline: 1 October 2019

Government of Canada is inviting applications from Canadian organizations for its Youth Forums Canada Program to provide workshops and conferences that connect youth – generally between the ages of 14 and 25 – who share a passion for Canadian issues, institutions, history, official languages, sports or the arts.

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Objectives

Objectives and expected results are:

  • to contribute to increased knowledge and understanding of Canada among Canadian youth, by enabling them to learn first-hand about the history, geography, industry, institutions, cultures, communities, languages and other facets of their country;
  • to help young Canadians connect to one another and create linkages, across the country and between groups, thereby helping to strengthen the fabric of Canadian society; and
  • to develop Canadian identity and a sense of belonging to Canada among youth by enhancing their appreciation of both the diversity and the shared aspects of the Canadian experience.

Eligibility Criteria

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  • To be eligible for funding, your organization must be one of the following:
    • A legally-constituted, non-profit organization;
    • A provincial or territorial government;
    • A public or private school; or
    • A school board or other educational institution, such as a college or university.
  • All applicant organizations must have at least three years of experience delivering youth programs with appropriate and adequate security and safety policies and procedures in place.
  • Federal government departments; crown corporations; and other federal government institutions are not eligible to apply.

Eligible Projects

To be eligible for funding, applicant’s project must:

  • be a national or international forum for young people that offers activities such as workshops, thematic events or other experiences that meet the objectives of Exchanges Canada;
  • be inter-provincial and/or inter-territorial;
  • be at least three full days in duration, excluding travel time;
  • include participants who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada who are generally between the ages of 14 and 25 (except monitors and supervisors); and
  • meet the objectives of the Youth Forums Canada component, as described above.

How to Apply

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Applications must be submitted electronically via email at the address given on the website.

Eligible Country: Canada

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