The call for applications for the HISA UN SDG Forum 2024 is now open. This youth forum, organized by the Headway Institute of Strategic Alliance (HISA), will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, and will span over four days. The focus of this event is the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aimed at creating a better world. The primary objectives of the UN SDG forum include capacity building, empowerment, sustainable impact, and global collaboration. The program aims to educate global youth on the SDGs and inspire them to take action on these goals within their communities.

Program Highlights:

Participants in this United Nations youth forum will attend sessions covering various topics, including international law, sustainability, economic development, human rights advocacy, philanthropy, and impact investing strategies to address systemic poverty and inequality among vulnerable populations worldwide. The conference offers a unique opportunity for participants to explore recent developments in global governance related to social entrepreneurship. Through innovative ideas, these initiatives have a positive impact on communities worldwide, promoting sustainable cross-border growth.

Fully Funded and Partially Funded Seats:

The HISA UN SDG Forum 2024 offers two categories of seats:

  • Fully Funded Seats: HISA will select 15 fully-funded candidates. These delegates will receive full coverage of expenses, including air travel, meals, accommodation, and forum-related costs.
  • Partially Funded Seats: HISA will select 30 partially-funded candidates. These delegates will receive free accommodation, meals, and coverage of forum-related expenses.

Program Objectives:

The HISA UN SDG Forum is a premier platform designed for visionary young leaders committed to addressing global challenges. It focuses on fostering collaborations for innovative solutions aimed at achieving a sustainable future. Participants gain essential knowledge and tools to implement the SDGs in their regions and enjoy opportunities for global collaboration. Engaging with key global stakeholders, attendees amplify their impact and expand their networks.

HISA UN SDGs Forum 2024 in Thailand:

  • Program Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Host Organization: Headway Institute of Strategic Alliance (HISA)
  • Duration: January 4-7, 2024

Benefits of the UN SDG Forum in Thailand:

Participants in the HISA UN SDG Forum 2024 will receive several benefits, including:

  • Fully Funded Seats
  • Partially Funded Seats
  • Shared accommodation
  • Three meals per day
  • Fellowship merchandise
  • All-access pass to the USF 2024
  • Interaction with like-minded individuals from around the world
  • Graduation certificates to enhance their career profiles
  • Enhancement of professional skills in various dimensions
  • Opportunity to explore Thai culture

Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility criteria for the UN SDGs Forum in Bangkok, Thailand, are as follows:

  • Open to individuals from any background.
  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Proficiency in English is required.
  • People from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants should be passionate about contributing to the development of new ideas.

How to Apply:

Applicants should follow these steps to apply for the HISA UN SDGs Forum 2024:

  • Apply through the official website.
  • Complete the USF 2024 registration form, providing basic information such as name, date of birth, address, and related details.
  • Upload a picture and a pictorial representation of past social work.
  • If applying for a Fully Funded spot, complete the Scholarship section.
  • The HISA program team will contact shortlisted applicants for further evaluation based on the motivation demonstrated in the application.

Application Deadline:

  • The application deadline for the HISA UN SDGs Forum 2024 is November 01, 2023.
  • The list of Fully Funded Delegates will be announced on November 20, 2023.

To Apply: Link to HISA UN SDG Forum 2024

Join the HISA UN SDG Forum 2024 and be part of a global network of young leaders committed to making a positive impact on the world through sustainable development goals.