Partners

  • IB World Student Conferences

    IB World Student Conferences

    The International Baccalaureate (IB) has created a series of World Student Conferences (WSC) to bring together IB Diploma Programme (DP) and IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC) students from around the world to experience what it really means to “think globally”. At these conferences students will be exposed to a mix of cultures and form new friendships as they explore ways to make our world a better, more peaceful place.

  • Young People We Care (YPWC)

    Young People We Care (YPWC)

    Young People We Care (YPWC) is a registered youth-led, non-profit organization that is headquartered in Ghana. The organization is operated by young people (ages 15 - 30) and adult allies working on youth and development related issues worldwide. At YPWC, we are passionate about sustainable development, the realization of the Millennium Development Goals and the promotion of a culture of peace and universal human rights for all.

  • World Assembly of Youth

    World Assembly of Youth

    The World Assembly of Youth (WAY) is the international coordinating body of national youth councils and organisations. The full members of WAY are national youth councils. WAY has 120 member organisations from all continents.

    Founded in 1949, WAY has general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and works in close cooperation with several UN agencies including UNAIDS, UNEP, ILO UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF and WHO.

    WAY works for promotion of youth and youth organisations in programme areas such as: youth employment, environment, human rights, democracy, population, health, drugs, community development and leadership training.

  • Global Goals

    Global Goals

    A new global development agenda has just reached consensus at the UN, setting up plan of action for the next 15 years of transformative change.

    Building on the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals, this new framework seeks to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path along the themes of People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership.

    With ambitious targets to eradicate poverty, end hunger, achieve gender equality, empower all women and girls, and to heal and secure our planet, we now have a new roadmap for solving the greatest challenges facing our world today.

    We would like to connect you to other organisations who are engaging in this monumental world changing work.

    Add your project to a connected network of initiatives dedicated to bold action beyond 2015.

  • Turbo Vote

    Turbo Vote

    TurboVote is a service provided by Democracy Works, Inc., a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to improving civic engagement through the use of technology.

  • AIESEC

    AIESEC

    Present in over 110 countries and territories and with over 60,000 members, AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-run organization. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world. And to get experience and skills that matter today.

  • FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund

    FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund

    FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund is a new initiative that funds and strengthens the participation and leadership of young feminist activists globally. The Fund is a collaborative effort between the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), The Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres/Central American Women’s Fund (FCAM) and an experienced group of young feminist activists from different regions of the world.

  • Do Something

    Do Something

    We love teens. They are creative, active, wired…and frustrated that our world is so messed up. DoSomething.org harnesses that awesome energy and unleashes it on causes teens care about.. Almost every week, we launch a new national campaign. The call to action is always something that has a real impact and doesn’t require money, an adult, or a car. With a goal of 5 million active members by 2015, DoSomething.org is one of the largest organizations in the U.S. for teens and social change.

  • Canada World Youth

    Canada World Youth

    Founded in 1971 by the late Honourable Jacques Hébert (1923-2007), Canada World Youth (CWY) is a world leader in developing international educational programs for young people aged 15 to 35. A non-profit organization, CWY is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people that have a desire to become informed and active global citizens. CWY programs are designed to help youth experience the world for themselves, learn about other cultures and diverse Canadian communities while developing leadership and communication skills.

  • Global Issues Network

    Global Issues Network

    The Global Issues Network (GIN) empowers young people to collaborate locally, regionally and globally to create solutions for global issues. Each year, thousands of students worldwide engage in GIN-related activities. Any middle/high school aged student is welcome to join.

  • Peace Child International

    Peace Child International

    Peace Child International is a UK-based charity with the aim of empowering young people to be the change they want to see in the world. We want to encourage young people to inform themselves and then take action.

     

    Inform Yourself! We do this through creating publications, training programmes and lesson plans  on   sustainable development, climate change, conflict resolution, human rights, gender and advocacy. These are available for youth around the world to use and adapt. We also run the bi-annual World Youth Congresses and European Youth Congresses.

     

    Take Action! Through the Be the Change! Programme we support young people to undertake community-based action projects of their own. We are helping to support the first Be the Change Academy in Kisumu, Kenya where young people will be trained in entrepreneurial skills.

  • Youth Service America

    Youth Service America

    YSA (YOUTH SERVICE AMERICA) improves communities by increasing the number and the diversity of young people, ages 5-25, serving in substantive roles.Founded in 1986, YSA supports a global culture of engaged youth committed to a lifetime of service, learning, leadership, and achievement.The impact of YSA’s work through service and service-learning is measured in student achievement, workplace readiness, and healthy communities.