Present your Project
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Date:
Jun 4, 2015 12:30–3:30pm
Organized by: UNDP Egypt
Venue: UNDP Egypt
Address: CEDARE Building, 2 El Hegaz Street, Roxy, Heliopolis, Cairo
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/297319493725097/


This event is brought to you by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) as a part of
the UNDP-UNV Cross-regional Youth Initiative.

The event is under the umbrella of "the Circle": our newly series of events and workshops that will bring together organizations, entrepreneurs, youth, friends to discuss and present new innovative ideas and issues! Stay tuned, expand your circle and join us!! 

Tell us about your project!
This is an informal gathering of young people, organizations, and practitioners working passionately for a cause who want to collaborate and share experiences in new ways. We see this as an opportunity to build a sustainable model of networked collaboration where concrete projects are informing the new way to support citizens generosity, investment of time and skills, by lowering the costs of participation and coordination. 

Who is it for?
Passionate youth those have their own projects contributing to social, economic, ecological change. Citizens and representatives of initiatives related to unemployment, migration, poverty, environment and use of common spaces, technical infrastructures and solutions, arts, do-it-yourself approaches, community health and well-being, innovative civic participation channels etc.

How can you attend?
Just bring yourself on time! Registration is needed at the event. Limited space - Only 60 seats are available. Doors will be closed at 2:00 pm right after the registration. No fees required. 

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm Registration 
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Event 

What should you bring?
Your own experience and project! we will analyze it together in practical discussions. Is it driven by one or very few committed people? Is it widely participated by very many people? A little bit of both? Are participants structurally similar or are they very different socially and economically? All these different situation correspond to network configurations. 

We will try together to think about your project as part of a network of change, and try to come up with ideas for how to move it forward.