Frequently Asked Question
Humanitarian Affairs invites all outstanding youth leaders, between the ages of 17 to 30 years, who can demonstrate the following qualities to apply for selection to participate in The Social Impact Summit:
- Applicants must be able to demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and possess the initiative to take action to build a better world
- Applicants must be passionate about social change and sustainable development
- Applicants must be willing to participate with an open mind when networking with persons from different backgrounds, interests and ambitions
- Applicants must be motivated to serve self-directed for one year as a Humanitarian Affairs Goodwill Ambassador
Please use the online application form to apply.
The Humanitarian Affairs Goodwill Ambassador is a unique opportunity offered to delegates following their attendance at the Social Impact Summit. The role is voluntary and is a one year self-directed, initiative that allows delegates to impact their own community. Delegates will use the tools and knowledge acquired to create a better world in their own communities. Delegates are encouraged to initiate their own social impact projects to contribute to the benefits of others.
The Registration Fee varies from USD 1,200 to USD 1,400 and will include 5-night accommodation on a sharing basis; Breakfast, Lunch and coffee-breaks for the program duration; a Souvenir T-shirt; participation in the Service Learning; Access to all lectures, plenary and networking sessions; Local Transportation during Official Activities; and an Electronic Copy of the Certificate of Participation. For those who would like to opt out from the hotel accommodation, the registration fee starts from USD 800 to USD 850. Please note the registration fees mentioned are not inclusive of the 7% VAT (Value-added Tax).
International travel arrangements and costs will be the sole responsibility of each participant.
We offer an early bird registration fee. Please look at the fee payable under Registration Fee. There will be an additional discounted rate for group registration of more than 10 persons.
We are unable to provide any financial assistance. Interested individuals may like to approach their institutions directly for funding opportunities. We also suggest that you check with local organizations, such as the Lions or Rotary clubs in your area for sponsorship.
We will provide approved applicants with a Formal Acceptance Letter to facilitate the application of Entry visas. You can present this official letter to the Embassy of the host country if you are applying for an entry visa. Please note that the acceptance notice does NOT guarantee the issuance of a visa or admittance to the host country. Visa issuance is entirely contingent upon the Embassy’s and Consulate’s discretion, and admittance upon the Immigration authorities’ discretion at the point of entry.
Yes, you can still attend the Symposium as an observer. All NGO representatives, Youth Workers and those interested in Social Impact are welcome, but the age should not be over 30 years old. The fees are the same as for any delegate; please use our online application system to apply.
Yes, however the full registration fee will still apply. Kindly note that you will not be eligible for the Certificate of Participation unless you complete the full training program.
You are expected to receive an email notice concerning the outcome of your application within 10 working days from the date you send in your application. If you do not hear from us, then most likely your application is not successful.
You may appeal for further considerations on your application if you feel strongly about participating in the Symposium. There will be a phone interview to assess your suitability during this process. No further appeal will be entertained if you again fail to secure a place after this assessment.
To contact us, please use the online contact form or write to SIS@humanitarianaffairs.org
Use your life to serve the world, and you will find that it also serves you.