EWL's AGORA Summer Camp 2024 in Brussels, Belgium 2024 (Fully Funded)

Open call for young feminists women from EU countries to join the AGORA Summer Camp 2024 to discuss and explore about feminism, the camp will be for 5 days in Brussels, Belgium. The costs of the Camp will be covered by European Women Lobby (EWL).

EWL's AGORA Summer Camp 2024 in Brussels, Belgium 2024 (Fully Funded)

About AGORA Summer Camp

Through workshops and networking, AGORA encourages solidarity, empowerment, and collaboration across borders. This initiative isn't an academic program but a safe space for sharing knowledge and building feminist strategies. 

In response to the recent social, economic, and political challenges, the EWL is dedicated to nurturing the new generation of young feminists. The AGORA project serves as a crucial element in this endeavour, with the following objectives:

1. Revitalise and strengthen the activism of young European women.

2. Facilitate connections among diverse young feminists to promote mutual learning.

3. Create a creative space for emerging feminist change agents to develop their activism.

4. Promote solidarity, empower young feminist activists, and encourage cross-border collaboration to enhance inclusivity and amplify the voices of feminist networks in Europe.

5. Explore the concept of feminist leadership and power dynamics.

6. Enable the EWL to gain a deeper understanding of the interests, needs, and activities of young feminists, integrating these insights into the core of EWL’s future strategy and actions.

The AGORA program lasts for five days and provides an inclusive environment for participants to exchange ideas, find inspiration, and enhance skills through workshops and sharing of expertise.

It's important to highlight that AGORA prioritises knowledge sharing, co-creation, and exploring issues, setting itself apart from an academic summer school or study visit. The residential program requires full commitment from selected participants, including attendance at all sessions, organised dinners, and some allocated free time.

Eligibility | Who can apply?

AGORA Summer Camp invites 40 young women who met the following conditions:

- Young feminist women aged between 18 -30 years old at the time of the camp

- Currently live in EU country regardless your nationality

- Have at least B2 level in English 

- Have an experience in activism related to gender equality or women rights

- Interested in strengthening your knowledge and skills to advocate for women’s rights and gender equality and against violence against women.

- Motivated to connect, share, and build ideas with other young feminists.

- Eager to engage in highly participatory learning processes and willing to learn more about yourself, your talents and your work in this world.

- Motivated to be part of shaping future feminist strategies and campaigns in Europe.

Financial conditions

- The European Women Lobby covers program costs, including travel, accommodation, and meals in Brussels. 

- Participants organise their own travel to and from Brussels, then EWL will provide the travel reimbursements based on the EU guidelines

- Efforts will be made to ensure inclusivity and accessibility at all venues, with proactive communication and accommodation for participants who require additional support throughout the entire program.


Application deadline: 16 May 2024, midnight CET.

Selection result: Only the selected candidates will be contacted by the beginning of June 2024

Start date: The program begins in the afternoon on 9 September, 2024

End date: Around lunchtime on 13 September 2024

How to apply?

To apply, you need to fill out this online application in English by 16th of May 2024.

More Details

for more details, check the opportunity website from HERE

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