Want to build a Cities4Children Alliance in your city or country?
On July 15th 2022, we launch a call for applications for local (city/country) partners who have the needed experience and resources to set up Cities for Children and Youth alliances in African, Asian, and Latin American cities/countries. At the World Urban Forum in June 2022 in Poland, we launched the process to set up country/city chapters of this alliance. We organised a workshop and ran an online survey to gather inputs about how this would work best. Based on this input, we prepared the application form below.
Who can apply?
This application is open to any type of organisation that is based in cities in Africa, Asia and Latin America: thinktanks, CSOs, NGOs, university departments, etc. In this phase we are not accepting applications from other regions. Organisations that apply must have 1) a formal registration 2) have expertise and past projects on any of the relevant thematic areas.
– Announcement and Applications open: 15th of July 2022
– Deadline for submission of applications: 15th of September 2022
– Notification of selection: 31st of October 2022 (World Cities day)
– Start of work: 1st of January 2023
To apply and for more information:
How can international organisations join the movement?
We welcome new organisations to join the Global Alliance – Cities4Children.
To join the Global Alliance, we have defined a set of criteria for organisations. You must have a track record of doing work for/with children and youth in urban areas, work in more than one country, be committed to child rights and keen to actively collaborate and contribute. Get in touch and we’ll tell you more.
How can individuals join the movement?
- Sign up to our mailing list to stay updated about opportunities to engage and support.
- Write a blog for us.
- Tell us how your city works for children using the hashtag #Cities4Children on social media.
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- Get in touch if you have ideas, success stories, new tools and research relating to how cities can better work for children.