The JCI Malta National Convention 2019: Democracy Now
JCI Malta’s National Convention 2019 has the theme “Democracy Now”. Highlights will be training opportunities, workshops, and competitions.
And the best part is…participation is FREE if you register online.
United Nations SDGs
Encourage democratic participation of young people and mobilize them to ensure that they have a voice and are unafraid to use it when proposing and making decisions for the future on the National Convention.
Promote grassroots solutions using the JCI Active Citizen Framework that young leaders can use to help build better projects for the communities.
The basic right that living in a democracy gives its citizens is the right to speak up and voice their opinions, to change a community, a country or the world through one’s actions. Being an active citizen, therefore, comes part and parcel of being a democratic citizen.
The JCI Malta National Convention will enable organisations and volunteers to share their talents and celebrate fresh ideas, new perspectives, and the adaptability needed for people to create action-oriented solutions to the challenges in our communities.
The convention will stimulate discussions and highlighting the value of collaborations. It seeks to create new partnerships between different organisations which in turn will lead to new and innovative projects created with the help of a pool of different ideas coming from different backgrounds.
Join Our Convention!
Submit Your NGO Project & Win an Award!
Did your NGO run a project which in some way somehow tackled one of the 17 SDG Goals? Do you think it was successful and deserves recognition? Are you looking for partners to take your project to the next level?
Submit your project and get in the chance to be named the 2019 Most Outstanding NGO Project during our National Convention.
Democracy Now: The SDGs Photography Competition
Are you ready to take your photography skills to the next level? Have something to say on Malta’s advancements towards reaching the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals?
Special thanks to our sponsors!
This project has been funded by the Small Initiatives Support Scheme (SIS), managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector (MCVS). This project/publication reflects the views only of the author, and the MCVS cannot be held responsible for the content or any use which may be made of the information contained therein.