Application Form - EAA, Nov 2018

Brussels, 21-24 Nov 2018

Brussels, 21-24 April 2018

Application Form

Personal Details > Contact Details > Professional & Institutional Details > Language & Communication Skills > Finalise


    Step 1. Please fill in your personal information.

    Last (Family) Name

    First (Given) Name

    Date of Birth

    Nationality

    Civil Status

    Sex

    Do you have any health, medical or other concerns of which we should be aware?

    Next Step





    Step 2. Please fill in your contact information.

    City

    Country

    Email

    Phone

    Mobile

    Permissions

    I commit to completing any pre-readings for the European Advocacy Academy. Any pre-readings will be sent to participants about three weeks prior to the annual meeting.
    I am willing to share my contact information with the other participants in the European Advocacy Academy.
    I understand that pictures and videos may be taken during the EAA and I give permission for them to be used in online and printed material belonging to European Dignity Watch.

    EDW will not share your contact information or your photographs with anyone without your permission. For more information about our privacy policy please visit our website.
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    Step 3. Professional details:

    Highest educational/academic degree

    Which entity/organisation(s) do you work for?

    Is this your full time job?

    Have you worked on human rights and/or lobbying? Please give examples.

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    Step 4. Language skills and knowledge on human rights and lobbying

    Do you have professional proficiency in English?

    How would you define your human rights and lobbying knowledge?

    Have you gone through a human rights and lobbying training before?

    What are the main political challenges in your country at the moment? (For example: marriage, freedom of religion, gender identity, human dignity, etc.)

    What do you expect from the training we are offering?

    Do you have any further comments?

    Next Step





    Step 5. We are almost there.

    Lodging preference

    Lodging preference

    Payment--

    Price includes: Lodging, Conference, Most meals, Trainers, Materials

    Note

    The participation fee is already 80% sponsored by generous donors.

    Please note that all travel expenses are your responsibility.

    You will be informed whether you application has been approved no later than the 5th of October. Once approved, you will have 5 days to make the payment. Only after that will your registration process be completed.

    A limited number of scholarships are available. Contact office@europeandignitywatch.org to get more information.

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    We are collecting your personal data to the extent and within the scope that is needed to enable you to participate in the European Advocacy Academy. Such processing of your personal data is based on Art. 6 (1) b) of the General Data Protection Regulation . We will keep your personal data for the entire duration of the European Advocacy Academy, and thereafter, for the purpose of keeping track of the project participants, sending newsletters and updates. Unfortunately, if you refuse to provide your personal information, you will not be able to participate in the European Advocacy Academy.

    Do not worry, we will protect your personal data and we will not disclose it to third-party unauthorized persons, except the people we work with in the European Advocacy Academy organization, such as organizations or associations of co-organizers, catering facilities, event organizers and other similar persons.

    We would like to point out that you may at any time object to processing of your personal data and that you have the right of access to your personal data, the right to rectification or erasure of your personal data, the right to restriction of processing and the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

    Please feel free to contact us as a controller, at the email address office@europeandignitywatch.org before lodging such complaint (as in any other processing questions).






    Thank you very much for your collaboration!

    Your European Dignity Watch Team

    ©2018. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


    Application prelude Nov 2018

    Brussels, 21-24 Nov 2018

    Brussels, 21-24 Nov 2018

    Before continuing with your application form, please read our
    mission statement below. Agreement with it is a prerequisite for
    participating in the EAA:

    European Dignity Watch (EDW) advocates and protects free and just societies which are based on and depend on the importance of fundamental freedoms, the family, and the right to life. We defend these as the foundations of any democratic society.

    We advocate for fundamental freedoms, which bring about certain rights and duties. In our activities, we focus on the freedom to act according to one’s conscience and to express one’s opinion, and to act according to a specific faith or belief, not only privately but also publicly. We also defend the freedom of parents to educate their children according to their values.

    We seek to protect the family, an institution which is based on and respects the complementarity of man and woman cultivating a stable relationship as the basis of a family life. We affirm the family as the best place for children and adults to learn and cultivate love, mutual respect, and solidarity, and we recognize the contributions of the family to the creation of future generations and a prosperous society. In this regard, we defend marriage as the best way to achieve these goals.

    We defend the right to life of every human being, beginning at conception and ending with natural death. We advocate this right as the first and most basic right in a just society, and work to see that society recognizes the inherent dignity of every human person, regardless of his or her concrete circumstances. Consequently, we work for the protection and the promotion of the dignity of the human person from which every other human right derives.



    We regard these principles as inscribed in and derived from the common nature of every person, and consider them as necessary and stabilizing elements of our modern societies. These principles can be recognized by everyone regardless of one’s faith or beliefs, and we consider them essential to live together in a pluralistic society.

    Yes, I understand and agree

    ©2018. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


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    European Dignity Watch

    European Dignity Watch (EDW) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Brussels founded in 2010. EDW defends the most vital foundations of a free society: fundamental freedoms and responsibility, marriage and the family, and the protection of life from conception to natural death. EDW informs, educates, and equips stakeholders in Europe to make a difference in public life, defending freedom, family, and life.

    EDW is active at the European level and works in close contact with the European institutions.

    Mission Statement

    European Dignity Watch (EDW) advocates and protects free and just societies which are based on and depend on the importance of fundamental freedoms, the family, and the right to life. We defend these as the foundations of any democratic society.

    We advocate for fundamental freedoms, which bring about certain rights and duties. In our activities, we focus on the freedom to act according to one’s conscience and to express one’s opinion, and to act according to a specific faith or belief, not only privately but also publicly. We also defend the freedom of parents to educate their children according to their values.

    We seek to protect the family, an institution which is based on and respects the complementarity of man and woman cultivating a stable relationship as the basis of a family life. We affirm the family as the best place for children and adults to learn and cultivate love, mutual respect, and solidarity, and we recognize the contributions of the family to the creation of future generations and a prosperous society. In this regard, we defend marriage as the best way to achieve these goals.

    We defend the right to life of every human being, beginning at conception and ending with natural death. We advocate this right as the first and most basic right in a just society, and work to see that society recognizes the inherent dignity of every human person, regardless of his or her concrete circumstances. Consequently, we work for the protection and the promotion of the dignity of the human person from which every other human right derives.

    We regard these principles as inscribed in and derived from the common nature of every person, and consider them as necessary and stabilizing elements of our modern societies. These principles can be recognized by everyone regardless of one’s faith or beliefs, and we consider them essential to live together in a pluralistic society.

    Our Work

    European Dignity Watch focuses on communications and training programmes with regard to the EU developments on freedom, family and life.

    Training Programmes

    Through its training programmes, EDW educates people and strengthens the capacity of those who are active in the public square in Europe. Our training programmes provide activists with substantive formation on the issues of the day, and help them develop the skills they need to increase their influence and efficacy – in areas such as campaign management, strategic communications, and organisational strategy.

    EDW’s main training programme is the European Advocacy Academy, a semi-annual, international, political training event. In the longer term, EDW will also offer exclusive webinars, interviews, and year-round mentoring programmes with key legal, policy, and advocacy experts.

    Our Team

    Board Members

    Jorge Soley
    Climent

    is a Spanish economist with an MBA from IESE Business School. He currently serves as Executive Manager for South America for a large Spanish textbook publisher. His previous roles include the management of several Spanish schools and universities held by the Fundación San Pablo CEU. He has also lectured widely in economics. Jorge is married and the father of six children. He is a founding member of European Dignity Watch.

    Sophia
    Kuby

    holds a Master of Arts degree in philosophy from the Hochschule für Philosophie in Munich. She is founding member of European Dignity Watch and used to be the Executive Director of the organisation for five years (2010-2014). She currently serves as Director of EU Advocacy of ADF International in Brussels.

    Alvino-Mario
    Fantini

    is a freelance writer, editor, and communications consultant. He graduated from Dartmouth College and holds graduate degrees in international development, public policy, and financial journalism. He has previously worked for various private sector companies and international organisations in the US, Asia, South America, and Europe. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The European Conservative, and a Member of the Board of The Dartmouth Review and the Center for European Renewal.

    Guillaume de
    Thieulloy

    is a French journalist and writer. He holds a Ph.D. in political science and is the director of Nouvelles de France, Salon beige and L’Observatoire de la christianophobie. He is well known for promoting human dignity, religious freedom, and family values through his many online publications. He is a former staff member of the Vice-President of the French Senate, Jean-Claude Gaudin.

    Gabriel
    Cabău

    is a trade policy analyst for the World Bank in London. He has worked in organisational development, strategic planning, and project management at the international level, and is the founder and former CEO of an IT company in London. He holds a Master’s degree in macroeconomics from the University of Groningen, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Babes-Bolyai University in Romania.

    Kjetil
    Fyllingen

    has been working as a social media and online communications specialist since the launch of Facebook and Twitter. He is currently in charge of online project management, e-learning, and communications and social media for three different organisations in Norway. He studied media and worldview at NLA Mediehøgskolen Gimlekollen.

    Internship

    What is the EDW
    Internship?

    The European Dignity Watch internship offers an exciting opportunity for those passionate about EDW’s mission to work with partners at all levels of influence in the European Union. The internship is designed so that from Day One, you will be given responsibility for real work.

    What are the objectives
    of the Internship?

    To train individuals so that they learn about the workings of European Institutions, and acquire the networking and communications skills they need in order to defend the three most vital pillars of society: freedom, family, and the right to life.

    To support EDW’s team with tasks ranging from drafting communications to attending sessions in the European Parliament to organizing training programmes.

    To help individuals who strongly believe in the aims and ideals of EDW develop the confidence and ability to have an impact at different levels.

    Who are we
    looking for?

    From the beginning, our interns will be presented with a large amount of information which they will be required to analyse and summarize for a variety of audiences. Interns will need to be able to assimilate and understand complex texts, network with other stakeholders, and identify key areas of interest. We are therefore looking for a candidate with the following skills:

     Excellent verbal and written skills in English.

     Good knowledge of the European Institutions.

     Strong analytical and organizational skills, and a practical approach to problem-solving.

     A pro-active, efficient, and motivated person who is also flexible and a team player.

     Excellent communication skills.

    Information

    Internships usually last 3 months. If you are interested in a longer internship (6-12 months), please specify this in your cover letter. You should apply 4-6 months prior to your desired starting date.

    A 3-month internship is generally unpaid, but we will cover travel expenses to and from Brussels. Living arrangements will need to be made separately by the intern. In certain cases, a contribution to housing and living costs can be arranged.

    If you wish to apply, please send the following to: office(at)europeandignitywatch.org

    Cover Letter

    Curriculum Vitae or Resume

    Two Recommendation Letters


    Application Form - EAA, Apr 2018

    Brussels, 10-13 April 2018

    Brussels, 10-13 April 2018

    Application Form

    Personal Details > Contact Details > Professional & Institutional Details > Language & Communication Skills > Finalise


      Step 1. Please fill in your personal information.

      Last (Family) Name

      First (Given) Name

      Date of Birth

      Nationality

      Civil Status

      Sex

      Do you have any health, medical or other concerns of which we should be aware?

      Next Step





      Step 2. Please fill in your contact information.

      Address

      Postal Code

      City

      Country

      Email

      Phone

      Mobile

      Skype Username

      Permissions

      I commit to completing any pre-readings for the European Advocacy Academy. Any pre-readings will be sent to participants about three weeks prior to the annual meeting.
      I am willing to share my contact information with the other participants in the European Advocacy Academy.
      I understand that pictures and videos may be taken during the EAA and I give permission for them to be used in online and printed material belonging to European Dignity Watch.

      EDW will not share your contact information or your photographs with anyone without your permission.
      Next Step





      Step 3. Please fill in your professional and work skills.

      Highest educational/academic degree

      Which entity/organisation(s) do you work for?

      Is this your full time job?

      Are you the spokesman of this entity?

      Have you been in a communication role for your organization? Please give examples.

      Next Step





      Step 4. Please fill in your language and Communication skills.

      Mother Tongue

      Do you have professional proficiency in English?

      How would you define your communication skills?

      Have you gone through communication training?

      What are the main political challenges in your country at the moment? (For example: marriage, freedom of religion, gender identity, human dignity, etc.)

      What do you expect from the training we are offering?

      Do you have any further comments?

      Next Step





      Step 5. We are almost there.

      Lodging preference

      Lodging preference

      Payment--

      Price includes: Lodging, Conference, Most meals, Trainers, Materials

      Note

      The participation fee is already 80% sponsored by generous donors.

      Please note that all travel expenses are your responsibility.

      You will be informed whether you application has been approved no later than the 1st of March. Once approved, you will have 5 days to make the payment. Only after that will your registration process be completed.

      A limited number of scholarships are available. Contact office@europeandignitywatch.org to get more information.






      Thank you very much for your collaboration!

      Your European Dignity Watch Team

      ©2018. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


      Application prelude 2018

      Brussels, 10-13 April 2018

      Brussels, 10-13 April 2018

      Before continuing with your application form, please read our
      mission statement below. Agreement with it is a prerequisite for
      participating in the EAA:

      European Dignity Watch (EDW) advocates and protects free and just societies which are based on and depend on the importance of fundamental freedoms, the family, and the right to life. We defend these as the foundations of any democratic society.

      We advocate for fundamental freedoms, which bring about certain rights and duties. In our activities, we focus on the freedom to act according to one’s conscience and to express one’s opinion, and to act according to a specific faith or belief, not only privately but also publicly. We also defend the freedom of parents to educate their children according to their values.

      We seek to protect the family, an institution which is based on and respects the complementarity of man and woman cultivating a stable relationship as the basis of a family life. We affirm the family as the best place for children and adults to learn and cultivate love, mutual respect, and solidarity, and we recognize the contributions of the family to the creation of future generations and a prosperous society. In this regard, we defend marriage as the best way to achieve these goals.

      We defend the right to life of every human being, beginning at conception and ending with natural death. We advocate this right as the first and most basic right in a just society, and work to see that society recognizes the inherent dignity of every human person, regardless of his or her concrete circumstances. Consequently, we work for the protection and the promotion of the dignity of the human person from which every other human right derives.



      We regard these principles as inscribed in and derived from the common nature of every person, and consider them as necessary and stabilizing elements of our modern societies. These principles can be recognized by everyone regardless of one’s faith or beliefs, and we consider them essential to live together in a pluralistic society.

      Yes, I understand and agree

      ©2018. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


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      Brussels, 22-25 November 2017

      Application Form

      Personal Details > Contact Details > Professional & Institutional Details > Language & Campaign Management Skills > Finalise


        Step 1. Please fill in your personal information.

        Last (Family) Name

        First (Given) Name

        Date of Birth

        Nationality

        Civil Status

        Sex

        Are you affiliated with a church?

        Please specify

        Do you have any health, medical or other concerns of which we should be aware?

        Next Step
        Step 2. Please fill in your contact information.

        Address

        Postal Code

        City

        Country

        Email

        Phone

        Mobile

        Skype Username

        Permissions

        I commit to completing any pre-readings for the European Advocacy Academy. Any pre-readings will be sent to participants about three weeks prior to the annual meeting.
        I am willing to share my contact information with the other participants in the European Advocacy Academy.
        I understand that pictures and videos may be taken during the EAA and I give permission for them to be used in online and printed material belonging to European Dignity Watch.

        EDW will not share your contact information or your photographs with anyone without my permission.
        Next Step
        Step 3. Please fill in your professional and work skills.

        Highest educational/academic degree

        Which entity/organisation(s) do you work for?

        Is this your full time job?

        Are you the campaign manager of this entity?

        Have you been in a campaign management role for your organization? Please give examples.

        Next Step
        Step 4. Please fill in your language and campaign management skills.

        Mother Tongue

        Other Languages

        Do you have professional proficiency in English?

        How would you define your campaign management skills?

        Have you gone through campaign management training?

        What are the main political challenges in your country at the moment? (For example: marriage, freedom of religion, gender identity, human dignity, etc.)

        What do you expect from the training we are offering?

        Do you have any further comments?

        Next Step
        Step 5. We are almost there.

        Lodging preference

        Lodging preference

        Payment--

        Price includes: Lodging, Conference, Most meals, Trainers, Materials

        Note

        The participation fee is already 80% sponsored by generous donors.

        Please note that all travel expenses are your responsibility.

        You will be informed whether you application has been approved no later than the 1st of October. Once approved, you will have 5 days to make the payment. Only after that will your registration process be completed.

        A limited number of scholarships are available. Contact office@europeandignitywatch.org to get more information.

        Thank you very much for your collaboration!

        Your European Dignity Watch Team

        ©2017. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


        Application prelude

        Brussels, 22-25 November 2017

        Before continuing with your application form, please read our
        mission statement below. Agreement with it is a prerequisite for
        participating in the EAA:

        European Dignity Watch (EDW) advocates and protects free and just societies which are based on and depend on the importance of personal freedom, the family, and the right to life. We defend these as the foundations of any democratic society.

        We advocate for personal freedom and personal responsibility, which bring about certain rights and duties. In our activities, we focus on the freedom to act according to one’s conscience and to express one’s opinion, and to act according to a specific faith or belief, not only privately but also publicly. We also defend the freedom of parents to educate their children according to their values.

        We seek to protect the family, an institution which is based on and respects the complementarity of man and woman cultivating a stable relationship as the basis of a family life. We affirm the family as the best place for children and adults to learn and cultivate love, mutual respect, and solidarity, and we recognize the contributions of the family to the creation of future generations and a prosperous society. In this regard, we defend marriage as the best way to achieve these goals.

        We defend the right to life of every human being, beginning at conception and ending with natural death. We advocate this right as the first and most basic right in a just society, and work to see that society recognizes the inherent dignity of every human person, regardless of his or her concrete circumstances. Consequently, we work for the protection and the promotion of the dignity of the human person from which every other human right derives.



        We regard these principles as inscribed in and derived from the common nature of every person, and consider them as necessary and stabilizing elements of our modern societies. These principles can be recognized by everyone regardless of one’s faith or beliefs, and we consider them essential to live together in a pluralistic society.

        Yes, I understand and agree

        ©2017. European Dignity Watch.    +3228999874    |    office@europeandignitywatch.org


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        – personal data were unlawfully processed;

        Right to restricted processing – you may require processing restriction if you appeal data accuracy, as well as in other circumstances provided by law or GDPR;

        Right of objection – you may object any time to the processing based on legitimate interest;

        Right to data portability – you may receive personal data of your concern and which you have provided to us in a structured, usual and automatically readable format. You have also the right to submit the data to other processor.

        Right to submit claims – you may submit claims referring to the method of personal data processing to the Commission for the Protection of Privacy, Belgian authority in charge with personal data surveillance – www.privacycommission.be

        Right to consent withdrawal – if data processing is based on your consent you may withdrawn it anytime. Consent withdrawal shall be effective only for future, consequently the processing before your consent withdrawal is not affected.

        Right to not be subject of automatic decisions or supplementary profiling corresponding to automatic decisions – you have the right to not be subject of a decision based exclusively on automatic processing, including profiles making, which have legal effect for you or which similarly affects you in a significant way;

        You may exercise these rights individually or jointly by simple submitting of a request to the e-mail address office@europeandignitywatch.org.

        Compliance With Laws

        We will disclose your Personal Information where required to do so by law or subpoena or if we believe that such action is necessary to comply with the law and the reasonable requests of law enforcement or to protect the security or integrity of our Service.

        Security

        The security of your Personal Information is important to us, but remember that no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. Your data protection is ensured by data storage on servers complying with quality standards in European Union territory. The servers have also security and protection systems.

        Links To Other Sites

        Our Service may contain links to other sites that are not operated by us. If you click on a third party link, you will be directed to that third party’s site. We strongly advise you to review the Privacy Policy of every site you visit. We have no control over, and assume no responsibility for the content, privacy policies or practices of any third party sites or services.

        Children’s Privacy

        Our Service does not address anyone under the age of 13 (“Children”). We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. If you are a parent or guardian and you are aware that your Children has provided us with Personal Information, please contact us. If we become aware that we have collected Personal Information from a children under age 13 without verification of parental consent, we take steps to remove that information from our servers.

        Changes To This Privacy Policy

        It is possible to update the privacy policy. The most recent version of the privacy policy is permanently available on our site. Any major changes of the privacy policy shall be communicated to all persons concerned.

        Contact Us

        If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us.