SINCE OUR LAUNCH IN JUNE 2015, WE HAVE:
A global team of 140 members working in 35 different countries - including students from Harvard, Oxford, LSE, Science Po, Monash and Columbia and young professionals working in international development, United Nations, sustainability and environmental consulting.
Our membership to 700+ organizations from more than 85 different countries.
In stories from several news outlets, including Huffington Post, the Age, Devex, Impakter, Virgin, The Observer and Times of India.
With many organizations and institutions, including:
Major programs and campaigns, which empower young people in creating solutions for sustainable development. Including:
Local Pathways Fellowship provides young leaders worldwide with the skills to localize SDG actions, and connects them with leading urban development experts and practitioners.
Youth Solutions Community publishes annual Youth Solutions Report which features 50 game-changing projects led by young people.
Global Schools Program generates interest about sustainable development in schools in an effort to educate and engage students
SDG Student Program
Know Your Goals Campaign empowers communities to take ownership of SDGs by inviting local organizers to raise awareness within local campuses and communities.
Youth, Peace & Security defines a new vision for the role of young people in solving sustainable development challenges by mobilizing opinions and research around the interplay between climate change and youth empowerment
Vatican Youth Symposium gathers a diverse group of young people from different backgrounds and disciplines for an annual event at the Vatican.
400+ speeches and presentations and various events worldwide.
The network on 150+ committees, working groups and panels. Including:
UN Working Group on Youth and Peacebuilding
UN Policy and Strategy Group
Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data
World Urban Campaign
UN Major Group on Children and Youth
250+ reports, articles and blogs.
The #KnowYourGoals campaign and developed educational materials to promote local discussions of the SDGs. The campaign concluded with approximately 270 events across 50 countries, with more than 30,000 individuals being directly involved.