The International Careers Fair has reached its 10th edition. Do not miss the opportunity to be part of it. Sign up now for free and do not forget that All careers pass through Rome!
The International Careers Fair is the only event in Rome that gives the opportunity to young people, whether they are high school students, university students or recent graduates, to meet institutions that offer education, internships and jobs, thus rewarding ambitous boys and girls who want to sit down at the table of professional opportunities in the international arena.
Now in its 10th edition, the International Careers Fair has established itself over the years as an example of excellence and represents a unique opportunity of a meeting and exchange of views between young people and organizations which are active in the international market.
This event is organized by the Association Giovani nel Mondo and will take place on the 11th and 12th of March 2019 within the International Careers Festival which is an initiative entirely dedicated to students and graduates whom interest is to draw a path into the competitive but fascinating international careers world.
The venue of the Fair will be the elegant Sheraton Parco de' Medici Rome Hotel located in via Salvatore Rebecchini, 39 - Rome. A shuttle service will be available for the interested participants to the event's venue from the nearest train station.
The International Careers Fair will be open to the public for 2 of the 4 days dedicated to the Festival and will give the opportunity to 60,000 young people to meet over 200 exhibitors and have face-to-face meetings with officials of international organizations, with representatives of the most important NGOs in Italy and in the world, with HR of prestigious companies and alzo with representatives of the top prestigious Universities and Business Schools in Italy and abroad.
And this is not it! This unmissable event gives much more; during the Fair you can take part in Recruiting Sessions, practical Workshops on how to approach an international job search, and to conferences with prestigious speakers. Unmissable news are:
- the Video Fair area where, through an online connection, you can meet with prestigious international organizations,
- the Digital Zone, entirely dedicated to technological innovations and aimed towards an active “social” participation by all young people involved.
So, it is not just information, but also real opportunities. In case you want to sign up for an interview you can point out your preferences through the registration form. Registration is free.
What are therefore the main goals of the International Careers Fair? Among others:
- To publicise and promote the complex world of international careers;
- To publicise universities, academies, schools, and training institutions in Italy and around the world;
- To promote career opportunities offered by companies, non-profit organisations, and international institutions;
- To promote the meeting between the demand and the providers of employment;
- To promote dialogue and exchange between the educational system and labour market to bridge the gap.
Internationalism, Opportunity and Competitiveness are therefore the key words of this edition which is bound to be a success.
After these premises you defenetely cannot miss it. Register now and for free by filling out the registration form.
The International Careers Fair is organized under the support of IFAD, WFP, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Italian Representation of the European Commission and among the organizations that participated in past editions we mention: the College of Europe, Aiesec, FAO, EPSO, National Civil Service, Save the Children, Telefono Azzurro, Amnesty International, ONE, Doctors Without Borders, UN agencies in Rome such as UNICEF, UNHCR, UNICRI, UNDESA and UNIDO, the World Food Program, IFAD, ISPI , Barel, WEP, Sara Insurance, World Bank, Columbia University, Sole 24 Business School, Cambridge University, Alitalia, Apple, Barilla, Eataly, Trenitalia, and many other institutions of international prestige.
The participants of the 4 projects of the International Careers Festival, namely RomeMUN, Rome Business Game, Rome Press Game and International Careers Course, will have free access to the fair during the 2 days of the event.
For more information:
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The World Youth Alliance offers the opportunity to participate to several internships in different parts of the globe! If you feel ready to face problems and find real solutions at an international level choose your internship, prepare your application and send it immediately!
For more opportunities go to International Organizations
Organization: WYA - World Youth Alliance, works at international institutions such as the United Nations, the European Union, and the Organization of American States, as well as with young people from around the world to build a culture that supports and nurtures the dignity of each human person. We bring young people to international conferences and into dialogue with ambassadors, diplomats, and political leaders. They focus on:
- international policy and human rights
- economic development
- social development
- global health
WYA trains young people of every background from every corner of the world in each of these areas, training them to advocate for the human person and develop creative solutions to real world problems.
Duty Station: Several, among others:
- Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Asia Pacific (Manila, Philippines)
- Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
- Latin America (Mexico City, Mexico)
- Middle East (Beirut, Lebanon)
- North America (New York, USA)
Open To: All young people who meet the requirements. Check carefully the single requirements needed for the different internship options.
Timeframe: The timeframes vary depending on the venue of the internship, check this link for details
Deadline: Periodic: check the various deadlines at the this link
Job description: The WYA offers different internship programmes which provide opportunities for young people who are inspired by the ideas and work of the World Youth Alliance (WYA) to gain professional skills working on WYA’s projects and a substantive learning experience on WYA’s core ideas. Projects are designed to enhance each student’s specific academic background and interests. Interns receive mentorship and training from WYA staff members:
internships in all of the regional offices. Many of the interns accepted into the New York internship first complete a regional internship, are active WYA members in their country, and receive recommendations on their outstanding work.
The regional offices include:
- Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Asia Pacific (Manila, Philippines)
- Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
- Latin America (Mexico City, Mexico)
- Middle East (Beirut, Lebanon)
- North America (New York, USA)
Each region has its own application form. Please select your region below to download your application form;
Different types of internship, all the specifics can be checked clicking on this link:
- Global Internship
- Marketing Internship
- Advocacy Fellowship
- FEMM Internship (WYA sister organization)
Qualifications: The ideal candidates for the WYA internship have:
- strong desire to protect and promote human dignity while making a positive impact on society, - be proactive,
- humble individuals with a willingness to learn.
Wage/Fees: not mentioned but some regional internships provide accommodation.
Visa and transportation fees will be at the applicant’s expense.
Application process: to apply for one of the internships offered by the World Youth Alliance it is necessary to check carefully the different Application Forms available in the single page of the offers.
It is necessary to check the documents needed to complete the application process. Generally:
- Completed application form
- Resumé or Curriculum Vitae
- Two letters of recommendation
edited by Ludovica Mango
The editorial staff of carriereinternazionali.com is not responsible for the reliability of the information contained in this article. If you want any further information concerning this vacancy, please contact the proposing organization.
Do you want to start an International Career? If you want to know something more about our association activities visit the website www.internationalcareersfestival.org
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I am Amantia Bali, born and raised in Tirana, for 2 years I moved to Rome for study reasons.
In 2010 I graduated in Political Sciences and International Relations in Tirana, and I have done several work experience such as traineeship at the Albanian Ministry of Defense in the field of NATO integration, then Associations with objectives the Training of young students in foreign Universities. Being always looking for new opportunities, I found myself working in TV stations and also newspapers, among which "Arberia News" an online journalistic magazine formed by a group of young idealist journalists with the aim of writing only true information to all and being in service of our community. Thanks to these experiences I really understood what I want to do in the future and the contribution I want to give, hopefully , on a global level. I am currently attending the course on "Media, Digital Communication and Journalism" at Sapienza University of Rome, and I am currently working as an editor at the Giovani nel Mondo Association. I believe in the future of all of us, and from experience I understand how important the role of association as ours is to help students and new graduates to find their own professional path. It was easy to get in touch with the Youth in the World Association because they are everywhere and always available to help you start your career. In this regard they gave me their trust by entrusting me with the job of the editor where every day we are looking for new opportunities for all of you. One of our important projects is also the organization of the Careers Festival in March where we are expecting everyone to be part so can take a close look at our amazing work.
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"Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home -- so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. [...] Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world." -- Eleanor Roosevelt
Today, December 10th, the International Human Rights Day occurs just as every year. It is an important day for human beings, all of them, and despite those rights being also known as fundamental rights of every human being, men, women, children, without making differentiations based on race, gender, language, religion ... unfortunately they are not yet recognized as they should. That 10th of December 1948, when the United Nations Assembly proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was drawn up by people with different and distant cultural backgrounds, we have been shown instead how we can be aware of what is right or wrong and how we can be united after a tragic and wearying event like World War II. This December 10th though adds something more; the Universal Declaration of Human Rights celebrates its 70th birthday. This merry event cheers us up a little and reminds us that this valuable document based on dignity, equality and respect towards and for all individuals, affects us closely and if we get to know it and appreciate it will empower us to assert our most important rights and values. The United Nations commemorates this day with numerous events around the world; from Europe to Africa, from the United States to Asia and back to South America. These events can be consulted on the website edited ad hoc by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights - OHCHR - which promotes the 'Stand up 4 Human Rights' campaign which, in this digitalized era, has been diligently furnished with the related tag #Standup4humanrights. In Italy this day will also be commemorated in 80 Italian cities by a torchlight procession organized by some of the major well known NGOs such as ActionAid, Amnesty International Italy, Caritas, EMERGENCY, Oxfam, which invite people to join the event which carries the title ‘Diritti a testa alta’, #Dirittiatestaalta, with the message that "today more than ever it is urgent to recover the principles of humanity and civil cohabitation that are the fundamentals of the Declaration and that the rhetoric of fear is trying to dismantle". The list of the citys' squares is available at this link. We therefore welcome the invitation that the organizations from all over the world pass on to us; let’s use this day to think about the immense power that the Declaration bestows on humanity above all in the valorization of dignity.
Edited by Ludovica Mango
"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and must act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. »
This is what is mentioned in the first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights signed in Paris on December 10th, 1948, whose drafting was promoted by the United Nations for application in all member states. The Declaration of Human Rights is an ethical code of fundamental historical importance: for the first time in the history of humanity, in fact, a document that concerned all the people of the world without distinction was produced; for the first time it was written that there are rights that every human being must be able to enjoy for the only reason of existing. Every year on December 10th the International Day of Human Rights is celebrated, to commemorate the proclamation of this important document.
The aim of this day is to educate and raise awareness about respect for men as such and to remember the steps taken by society towards the respect of all human beings, against slavery and the abolition of individual rights. It is no coincidence that the day presents itself as a moment of confrontation and reflection to pay tribute to all human rights defenders who, through their actions, struggle to put an end to discrimination and injustice.
In 1993, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) was established to protect and promote human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration.
The Declaration of Human Rights serves as an inspiring muse for another international treaty, namely the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (ECHR); adopted in the Council of Europe and signed in Rome on the 4th of November 1950, it can be defined as the purest and most complete form of protection of human rights, as it is legally binding. This Convention has made possible the creation of the European Court of Human Rights in 1959, which is based in Strasbourg and has as its main objective the respect of the rights established by the same Cedu. To protect human rights in Europe, the European Union Agency for Human Rights was set up in 2007, as an evolution of the European Monitoring Center on Racism and Xenophobia.
Human rights are the foundations of freedom, peace, development and justice and it is essential to make laws to protect and support human rights, just as men and women who are courageously struggling to protect their own and others' rights.
A number of UN peacekeeping operations have a human rights component. In total, UN activities in the field of human rights are currently carried out on the territory of 30 nations. They contribute to strengthening national capacities in the areas of human rights legislation, administration and education; investigate violations that are reported and assist governments in taking corrective measures where they are needed. The International Day of Human Rights is therefore one of the flagship events in the calendar of the United Nations headquarters and is honored with high-profile political conferences and cultural events such as exhibitions or concerts on the subject of human rights. Furthermore, the two most important awards in this field are traditionally attributed in this day, namely the UN Human Rights Prize, awarded in New York, and the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway. We also have links to the Vienna Declaration and Action Program (VDPA) adopted by the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights in 1993; this meeting marked a fundamental moment to reaffirm the importance of the value of cooperation and to develop awareness of the North-South cleavage, as well as constituted a significant turning point in attitudes towards women.
Until now, human rights have rarely figured in the diagnoses or recipes suggested by the international community; instead, it would be good for governments to invest in human rights with the same conviction with which they invest in economic recovery.
The international law is clear: "Whoever you are, wherever you live, your voice counts".
Useful Links: some of the international organizations and NGO’s which are involved directly in human rights:
Read our article dedicated to the International Day of Human Rights: 10th of December 2018: 70 years of Human Rights Day in the section International Organizations