Membership Survey 2018
October 8, 2018
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Membership for Cycle City Network Nepal announced

Cycle City Network Nepal (CCNN) is excited to open its 2018 call for applications for new members!

Cycle City Network Nepal (CCNN) is an is non-profit youth network with a dedication to improve the quality of environment, health and infrastructures by promoting the use of eco-friendly means of transport, the bicycle. The aim of this group is to justify, influence and encourage people to do cycling and lend hands in policy making, infrastructure development for secure, reliable and attractive depiction of bicycles among the people of all ages and groups. It aims to develop cycling as a sustainable and viable means of urban transportation.

We are looking for young people who are passionate about sustainable transport and environment and are eager to further their experience through advocacy work.

CCNN is a member-driven organization; time commitment and availability is key to CCNN’s success. In addition to supporting our principles and values, we look for members who have enough time to meaningfully contribute to the work that we do (members are required to devote a minimum of 7 hours per week to CCNN’s activities, which includes responding to emails, contributing to online discussions and taking part in our planned activities).

Cycle City Network Nepal recognizes the contributions and crucial perspectives that individuals from marginalized communities bring to our team.

Desirable skills and competencies include:

Demonstrated leadership experience;
Experience in fund development including proposal writing and stakeholder engagement;
Experience in strategic planning, budgeting, and human resource management, designing reports;
Facilitation and public speaking skills;
Experience in information and communications technologies, graphic design.
Experience in organizing advocacy campaigns;
Experience advocating for environment and sustainable transport ; and
Experience with local/regional/international volunteer and/or youth organizations/networks.

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