Youth Ambassadors For The European Code Against Cancer

Youth leaders passionate about public health and willing to make a change in cancer prevention are invited to become youth ambassador for the European Code Against Cancer! The deadline is on Sunday 4th April 2021.

As part of the EU Joint Action European Partnership Action Against Cancer (EPAAC), the Association of the European Cancer Leagues (ECL) designed the youth ambassadors for the European Code Against Cancer in 2012.

ECL is a non-profit, pan-European umbrella organisation of national and regional cancer societies. 

Youth ambassadors commit to organise and implement actions which align with their interests and expertise.

Actions should have a regional or local impact or aim at initiating regional/local collaborations.

Youth ambassadors receive support, advice, financial assistance and in-kind resources from the ECL Secretariat and meet every year on the occasion of the Summer School.

The deadline is on Sunday 4th April 2021.

 

Main Criteria

Eligible candidates are students, young professionals or volunteers with a passion for advocacy and communication, aged between 18-35 years old and residing in the WHO/European Region. 

Find out more now. 


There are plenty of other ways to make positive change. Want to help with mental health? This opportunity could be for you.

Orygen Global Youth Mental Health Advocacy Fellowship

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