Structures and Procedures Working Group

The GYG Structures and Procedures Working Group (SPWG) is looking for new members! | All regions

Are you good at identifying problems and suggesting solutions? Do you want to play and important role in shaping how GYG functions? Apply to be on the SPWG!

After a short break in the activity of the SPWG, participants have regrouped to continue important work in investigating and reforming GYG structures and procedures. The activity of the SPWG focuses on key areas in need of reform, such as defining what GYG is, what it does, strengthening regional coordination and reforming regional set-up, knowledge transfer and organising a more diverse range of events. Read the last report of the SPWG here here to find out more about what they do!

How to apply?

Apply by writing a paragraph of no more than 300 words explaining your experience and motivations for joining and send to secretary@globalyounggreens.org before midnight CEST on Sunday 23rd June.

Please note: This particular working group requires good English language skills due to the nature of the work.

About the Structures and Procedures Working Group

The working group is responsible for investigating GYG Structures and Procedures, identifying problems and suggesting solutions. In particular, the Working Group will focus on key areas in need of reform, such as defining what GYG is what it does, strengthening regional coordination and reforming regional set-up, knowledge transfer and organising a more diverse range of events. The Working Group will work closely with the GYG Steering Committee, and together they will put together a report that will encompass all findings and suggested solutions.

Read the groups’ latest report here:

SPWG Report December 2017

GYG Organisational Principles (as adopted in Liverpool, 2017)

If you have any enquiries about this working group, please do not hesitate to email secretary@globalyounggreens.org.