General Questions
  1. I’d like to attend the Teen General Assembly! How can I register?
    Application for The Teen General Assembly is currently open. There are two ways to participate; you may choose to sign up for either:
    • Individual Delegate: The Assembly (the 3rd Session of The Teen General Assembly); or
    • Group Delegate: Have your school/organisation/group share a list of delegates with hello@teenassembly.net and proceed to help the individuals register through Assembly

    The process for either option involves three phases: Application → Registration → Final Admission

  2. I’m 20 but I still consider myself young. Why can’t I apply as a “Teen General Assembly Delegate”?

    At Teen General Assembly, we do not have a strict definition of youth, but have defined a certain age range for who is considered a “Delegate” for our program planning purposes. Applicants 20 or older should apply as an observer to attend Teen General Assembly.

  3. How are the applications evaluated?

    The Applicant Questionnaire in the form will be used to evaluate your application. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will be evaluated based on the applicant’s student history, work or involvement, achievements, and interest in sustainable development and the African Nations.

  4. Do I need to register for The Teen General Assembly first before making payment?

    Yes, only registered and approved applications will be due for any other procedures or payments.

  5. What happens after I have submitted an application form?

    You will receive an auto-response email shortly after you have submitted the form. This email will contain a copy of your submitted application form. Please note that submission of an application form does not automatically guarantee acceptance to The Teen General Assembly. Your application will be reviewed and evaluated thoroughly based on eligibility. You will receive an email regarding the status of your application (accepted, pending, rejected) on or before March 1, 2019. If your application has been accepted, you will be instructed to proceed with your registration.

  6. I want to attend, but I am unable to afford the administration fee and other costs.

    We suggest applicants to check local organizations and associations, for sponsorship opportunities. Former delegates have found that a search through the internet, academic scholarships, and local and national sources can also be a source of subsidy and support.

    You can also utilize our fundraising guide, which provides suggestions to help with self-funding efforts.

  7. Do you provide interpretation services during the event

    All events at The Teen General Assembly are carried out in English and Interpretation services (including sign languages) may be arranged with an external agency. For inquiries, please email hello@teenassembly.net .

  8. Are the event facilities wheelchair accessible?

    Yes, all event facilities are wheelchair accessible. However, we suggest the participant to bring a caregiver/companion with him/her throughout the event.

  9. What happens if I am not able to finalize the registration?

    Unfortunately, failure to complete the payment by the indicated deadline will result to your application and registration being withdrawn. If you need more time, you may request for extension. However, extension requests will only be approved on a case-to-case basis and with possible increased/late fee.

  10. I want to bring a group delegation to the event. What do I need to know?

    Groups are considered to be 10 people or more. Please email list of delegates to hello@teenassembly.net

    Once the group information form has been received, the group leader will receive the group members application link within three days. The group leader will be responsible for ensuring that the group members receive the group member application link and submit their applications by the indicated deadline.

    Decisions on the group member applications will be sent to the group leader on or before March 1, 2019. The group is responsible for paying the fees by the payment deadline for each group member that is accepted to attend the Teen General Assembly.

Specific Questions
  1. Is there a cost to attending the conference?

    Yes. An administration fee of $150 per person is due once the application is accepted. The fee is non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances and for any reason. Please read the terms and conditions. You will receive an email containing instructions on how to pay the fee once your application is submitted.

  2. Does the administration fee include accommodation, meals, etc.?

    Yes. Participants who sign up for the Assembly are provided accommodation,accommodation, meals, and learning, networking opportunities, as well as the conference.

    If you wish to learn more about the Program Package and its refund policy, go here.

  3. I’ve already paid the the administration fee. What if I decide to cancel my application/registration? Will I get a refund?
    Please note that the administration fee is non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances and for any reason. These circumstances and reasons may include, but are not be limited to, application withdrawal by applicant, registrant cancellation, medical condition, or denial of visa application with Nigerian embassies. Please read the terms and conditions here.
  4. What happens after I have finalized my registration?

    You will receive a formal admission letter, which you will need to present to the TGA Representative during check-in (before the assembly formally starts). Please expect to receive updates from time-to-time regarding the check-in information and conference agenda, as well as many exciting opportunities for the participants, brought to you by our partners.

    If you have applied for a visa, please notify us first about its status on or before July 13, 2018. You will receive your formal admission letter once you have confirmed your visa status.

  5. Is the Payment a prerequisite to attending the assembly?

    Yes, making payments is not optional. It is a prerequisite or requirement to attend the conference (the 3rd Session of The Teen General Assembly) in Lagos, Nigeria.

  6. What does the Program Package cost cover?

    The Program cost is collected by the organizers, in order to cover the costs of administration, service arrangement, and management of the event, which include but are not limited to staff support, service arrangements such as lodging, transportation, meals, venues, supplies, logistics, programming, security requirements, and other event service related costs.

  7. Is the Program Cost refundable?
    Non Refundable
  8. My parent/companion is not a registrant, can he/she get access to the event and/or stay in the same dorm/hotel room with me?
    Your parent/companion must register as an Observer in order to gain access to the event.

    Never has there been such weighty responsibility on the shoulders of young people. Never has there been the influence in the hands of young people like the influence they carry now. But for Africa to reap the dividends she has longed for, it is up to our generation to make sure that influence is channelled correctly and directed towards relevant issues that affect not only ourselves but generations after us. This can only be achieved if we come together as young people and begin to address the challenges before us as a continent.


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