There are numerous mistakes in grammar, so I will comment on the style.
You are overly verbose. It reads as if you are trying to fit every large word you can think of into the text in order to seem erudite. This makes it seem dry, like reading a technical manual. I dont want to read 15 long words to get a simple idea.
You forget to mention its also about economics. This is like saying "the big red cat club, is a club, for cats, that are big, and are red". I had already gathered that, so why tell me the obvious.Young Researchers for Economics (YRfE) is a young, research oriented academic body
"Core mission"? "professional development"? You have read too many business speak books. You have taken a simple idea and worked as many words into it as you can get away with.The core mission of our activity is to provide our participants with a broader scope of opportunities for personal, academic and professional development beyond the boundaries of the programs curricula
There is an English idiom "To call a spade a spade" which means straight talking and to call something what it is. You would call a spade a "long handled general purpose earth moving horticultural implement".
BTW, I like the correct conjugation of curriculum into curricula, few people take Latin these days.
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