4th Summer Camp of Diaspora Youth “Heydar Aliyev100” will take place in Nakhchivan, an ancient Azerbaijani land, from 12 to 18 August, 2023. State Committee on Work with Diaspora and Heydar Aliyev Foundation are co-organizers of the Camp.
More than 100 young people, including Azerbaijanis living abroad and the young members of the peoples having friendly attitude towards our country are expected to participate in the Camp.
The participants of the 4rd Camp will have an opportunity to get familiar with the historical and cultural monuments of Nakhchivan, to meet war veterans and family members of martyrs and experts in various fields. The program will also include entertainment activities and participation in mind games.
Summer Camps are good opportunity for young people to strengthen ties with Azerbaijan, to improve their abilities to represent Azerbaijan, to boost networking skills and to make new friends.
We invite the Azerbaijanis living abroad and the youth of other peoples having friendly attitude towards Azerbaijan to take part in the 4rd Summer Camp of Diaspora Youth “Heydar Aliyev-100”.
The youth between the ages 18-29, having good communication skills in Azerbaijani can apply for participation. The participants of the former summer camps can not apply for the 4th Summer Camp. All expenditures of the participants (transport, visa, accommodation and food) will be fully covered.
The young people should fill out the Form up to June1, 2023 via the link www.diaspor.gov.az/qeydiyyat
The selection process will be carried out on two stages: admission of applications and video-interviews.
It is important to check website www.diaspor.gov.az regularly for additional information about registration process, program, selection process of participants.
For additional information you may contact:
Cell\WhatsApp: +99450 762 25 95
It should be noted that Sheki, Shamakhi and Shusha cities hosted previous 3 Summer camps of Diaspora Youth, which were jointly organized by the State Committee on Work with Diaspora and Heydar Aliyev Foundation. Hundreds of young people from more than 50 countries of the world participated in those camps.