The CO-CREATE Youth Stipends - are you willing to be a changemaker?
CO-CREATE wants to give you the opportunity to help transform your ideas into action. Join us on 10th November to learn about the application process.
CO-CREATE wants to give you the opportunity to help transform your ideas into action. With the CO-CREATE Youth Stipends, we invite you to apply for us to fund your activity or initiative that can help build healthier food and physical activity environments in your school or your community. This can be through dialogue, advocacy, research, or other actions. Activities can include hosting your own CO-CREATE Dialogue Forum, developing a social media campaign to promote an issue of importance, or hosting a workshop with other young people to discuss actions to advance your ideas. You can also seek funding to attend the CO-CREATE Youth Conference.
Join us on 10th November to learn about the application process, to connect with changemakers from Portugal involved in convening the first face-face CO-CREATE Dialogue Forum. The event will offer practical tips to guide you ahead of the deadline for applications on 19th December.
Be creative, be bold, and think big with your ideas! You have the power to change your environment and help build a healthier society for young people like yourself.
Audience: young people interested in applying for the CO-CREATE Youth Stipends
Date: 10th November 2021
Time: 19:00-20:00pm CET
- Claudia Selin Batz, Policy and Projects Coordinator, World Obesity Federation, United Kingdom
- Marianna Debelian, Officer, CO-CREATE, EAT, Norway
- Margrete Katanasho, Project Associate, Press, Save the Children Youth, Norway
- Pedro Goncalves, CO-CREATE Youth Task Force, Portugal
- Mafalda Goncalves, CO-CREATE Youth Task Force, Portugal
19:00-19:05 Opening remarks – Claudia Selin Batz
19:05-19:15 Introduction to the CO-CREATE Youth Stipends – Marianna Debelian
19:15-19:30 The Portugal experience – Pedro and Mafalda Goncalves
19:30-19:55 Q&A – Moderator: Margrete Katanasho
19:55-20:00 Closing remarks – Claudia Selin Batz