Volunteers are essential in international events: they are involved in the organization of the event, they are a great source of information, they provide great support to participants and create a unique atmosphere making everyone feel at home. It is important to understand the relevant role of volunteers in instances such as the COP25, because it enables the development of collaborative learning spaces and provides theoretical and practical tools that enhance their training as change agents.

The COP25 Presidency is working with the National Youth Institute of Chile (INJUV) to have volunteers who will contribute their talent, time and willpower to this great cause, in order to coordinate the organization and administration of the Summit’s volunteer program.

INJUV will work with a motivated and trained team of experienced national and international volunteers who will make substantial contributions across all the areas of the event.

Be part of the volunteers team that will participate in the pre-sessional meetings between November 26 and December 1 and then in the negotiations between December 2 and 13.

If you are interested in becoming a COP25 volunteer, or have any questions on application requirements please email us at voluntariado.cop25@injuv.gob.cl.

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