The Young Diplomat works in the field of public and private negotiations, specifically where these meet each other. The Young Diplomat provides training and consultancy in preparing, strategising and carrying out negotiations as well as implementation and follow up of agreements. Our mission is to ensure you can achieve your goals through a smooth negotiation process where all parties benefit.
The Young Diplomat Academy provides accessible and affordable skills training on diplomacy and negotiation. In doing so we aim to contribute to creating equal opportunity for everyone to develop their competencies and talents as well as a network for a successful career. We do so because we believe in order to achieve a more sustainable, secure, peaceful, and inclusive world we need diplomats from different socio-economic backgrounds. Through this the Young Diplomat aims to contribute to achieving the 4th Sustainable Development Goal of the United Nations on education and life long learning as well as the goals of the European Union on education, life long learning and combatting exclusion.
SUMMER SCHOOL 2021
APPLICATIONS OPEN! (UNTIL JUNE 1st 2021)
Looking for something to do during the summer months? Why not experience the world of diplomats in the centre of the Hague! Our summer school of ten days offers a picture of what the world of diplomacy entails. Participate in interactive lectures, ask questions to real diplomats within the field, and more! Curious? Find out more by pressing the button bellow!
WINTER SEMINAR 2022
Our winter seminars offer a short, but intense, introduction into the world of diplomacy. Each seminar focuses on a specific theme within diplomacy and is a great opportunity to start improving your network! Curious to find out what we have in store for next winter? Find out more information by clicking on the button below!
MAGYAR DIPLOMÁCIAI AKADÉMIA
For the Hungarian Diplomatic Academy the Young Diplomat organised a course on Negotiation Techniques and Strategies. The course focussed on providing experienced diplomats as well as young professionals with theoretical and practical insights. Through simulations and reflection participants were challenged to apply and develop their skills.