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[HN] Trung Tâm Nghiên Cứu Phát Triển Bền Vững (CSDS) Đang Tìm Kiếm Điều Phối Viên Hội Thảo 2017

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The series of Youth Leadership Development Workshops are organized by Center for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS) in collaboration with Oxfam and 2030 Youth Force in Vietnam in three cities throughout Vietnam for youth leaders – representatives of members of 2030 Youth Force in Vietnam and ones of projects granted by the small grant program “Youth Initiatives for SDGs”. These workshops belong to a set of activities with the aim of developing youth capacity to contribute to communities and strengthen their voices, their roles in communities and policy making via impact in active youth groups and their leaders.

  • Form an enabling space whereby youth leaders actively create the big picture of sustainable development and determine the current role, position, desire and capabilities of youth in that picture;
  • Initiate a series of impact, starting with youth leaders, and national youth force being the next in line and eventually effecting on communities, youth will be the key agents contributing to sustainable development;
  • Bring about the opportunities for youth to determine core problems in areas of development that they are working on, based on that, a direction for elevating/delving into their activities is found and following discoveries, actions are taken;
  • Enhance the connection between youth groups inside and outside the 2030YFV network, helping building a strong community of youth groups. This connection will be made real with a shared activity after the workshop.
CONTEXT Among many youth groups who are actively contributing to the development of the community in various fields, only a few of them aims at helping the community to tackle their own issues. The rest of these groups are delivering service themselves, with the communities being the beneficiary. In order to enhance efficiency and strengthen their voice in community and development, orientation and development tools are necessary for them. The series of Youth Leadership Development Workshops hope to help solve this problem.


CSDS is looking for a capable workshop facilitator (or a group of facilitators) who can apply co-creation methods to working with youth (aged 18 – 30 years old) in order to achieve the aforementioned goals.

Location & dates: Hanoi (12/5 – 14/5), Da Nang (23/6 – 25/6), Ho Chi Minh City (14/7 – 16/7)

Specific tasks: 

  • To design content of the workshops (3 workshops) applying co-creation methods;
  • To guide/facilitate workshops of youth leaders (30 – 45 people each workshop) of different provinces throughout Vietnam;
  • To analyze the inputs from these workshops with the intention of proposing concepts for future activities;
  • To produce reports in both English and Vietnamese, upon completion of the service.


  •  Technical skills: familiarity with co-creation methods;
  • At least 2 years of experience and demonstrate their experience in facilitating group;
  • Strong interest in working with young people and engaging youth as active agents in social projects;
  • At lease 2 years of working experience and proven knowledge related to youth rights, sustainable development issues, civil and political context of Vietnam;
  • At least 2 years of experience in working with different stakeholders including government, civil society organizations, and communities.

Allowance: The allowance will be discussed in the interview basing on candidates’ experience and the norms of Oxfam and CSDS in Vietnam. 

  • Deadline: 17h00, 25 April 2017. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Application Package: Expression of Interest, Resume, Workshop Proposal (including service fee and estimated expenses).
  • Application package should be sent to three addresses below:

Ms. Từ Lê Thảo – Program Officer, Center for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS)

Email: [email protected]

Address: 63 Phạm Thận Duật, Mai Dịch, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội.

Ms. Vũ Thu Hằng – Program Officer, Oxfam in Vietnam

Email: [email protected]

Address: 22 Lê Đại Hành, Hà Nội

Ms. Nguyễn Như Quỳnh – Coordinator of 2030 Youth Force in Vietnam

Email: [email protected]


ORGANIZERS Center for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS) is a Vietnamese non-governmental organization, focusing on youth and community development as well as international volunteer exchange. Founded in 2009, CSDS develops and implements programs in different areas of the country to contribute to the sustainable development of Vietnamese society.

2030 Youth Force is a network of young leaders from Asia-Pacific countries, founded by UNDP/UNV in Asia. 2030 Youth Force works for the following goals:

  • Inspire youth to participate in activities which contribute to complete the 17 SDGs.
  • Motivate youth to create optimistic changes towards an inclusive and peaceful society.

In Viet Nam, 2030 Youth Force is the network in which youth organizations with mutual targets and visions, aims at promoting youth to create positive changes for society, in association with the objective of promoting the completion of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (17 SDGs) of United Nations in 2030.

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