“The time has come for the best members of the region to renew their commitment to helping the World Youth Alliance grow”, says Emilia Klepacka, Regional Director. “The region can only grow in line with its huge potential, if it develops a strong foundation of well trained members who are well able to articulate the idea of the dignity of the human person and the importance of our work for shaping international policy and culture. The discipline and commitment required of members completing certified training will also enable us to easily identify future leaders in the region. The Track A programme ensures a high level of training for our National Committee members and future interns. I hope that many European members will respond to the invitation and make use of the new online training zone
The first deadline set for the new emerging European group has been set for November 15th. Before this date, members will be expected to read through the WYA Declarations and a selection of speeches and essays and submit written answers which demonstrate a strong understanding of the core ideas at the heart of WYA’s work. There is no fee for the course and members can expect feedback and comments from the Regional Director after each set deadline. Interested members are invited to contact the Regional Director if they wish to attend a Track A overview session on 2nd and 3rd November in Brussels. Places are strictly limited.