Media About Us
1. Six Reasons You Should Apply to an International Conference
The alarm rang and I forced my eyes open. It was 2:45 am, and I begrudgingly crawled out of bed, as I was only to achieve two hours of sleep. I wasn’t getting ready for work. I wasn’t going to school. I was preparing for a Skype interview with someone I had never met before.
2. 12.01 Interview with Saida Ibrahimava
There are several impact areas that we feel we are strong at: community leadership, gender equality, social entrepreneurship, peace building through intercultural cooperation, deradicalization and extremism.
3. Saida Ibrahimava’s Youth to Youth Initiative stands for social change in global youth community
Saida Ibrahimava, Co-founder and Director of Projects Development of Youth to Youth Initiative, continues to empower youth with her life while her venture aims to construct an effective environment for youth participation in the decision making process and community development.
4. “Extremism, no thanks!” International Training Course in Yerevan
From 23rd to 30th of August Armenian Progressive Youth NGO together with International Youth to Youth Initiative from Lithuania hosted the international training course “Extremism? No, Thanks!” aimed at looking deeper into the issues of extremism, migration, discrimination, nationalism, intolerance and intercultural misunderstandings. It brought together youth workers and youth activists from Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Georgia, Macedonia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Russian Federation, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine and United Kingdom in Yerevan to discuss and understand the causes of extremism and where they develop.
5. So I attended a One Young World Summit… now what?
After having the most incredible, thought provoking, emotional and almost surreal four days of my life, I was left with an unsettling question in my head: “NOW WHAT?”
Last year, I was fortunate enough to be selected as a delegate from Barclay’s charity to represent non-profits in Hong Kong. As soon as I arrived Bangkok, I was introduced to other charity delegates. Great start? More like, overwhelmed.
6. One Young World impact: from Bangkok to Ottawa
During the closing ceremony of One Young World Summit 2015 I wrote my pledge on the ribbon, symbolizing newfound me as One Young World Ambassador, to maximize the impact and double the actions I do for fostering change.
In less than two months I found myself fitting in my new responsibilities as One Young World Coordinating Ambassador for Eastern Europe and Asia. For eight months I was able to travel across assigned region meeting One Young World Ambassadors and creating new points of cooperation.
7. Youth invited to Youth Summit!
WINDHOEK– If you are an active youth between 18 and 35 years and interested in connecting with over 80 passionate young people from across the world, then the Youth to Youth Summit is for you.
Opportunity Development (OD) together with e-globalknowledge are calling on all young people to apply and be part of the first International Youth to Youth (Y2Y) Summit with the theme: The Role of Youth in Solving Global Challenges and Bridging Gaps Among Nations.
8. Dibuka Pendaftaran “Youth to Youth International Summit 2015” di Lithuania
Tertarik? Silakan simak informasi berikut ini. Youth to Youth International Summit 2015 adalah forum diskusi atau konferensi untuk 80 delegasi internasional di Vilnius, Lithuania. Kegiatan tersebut akan dilaksanakan pada 16-19 April 2015.
Vilnius adalah ibu kota negara Lithuania, sebuah negara kecil di Eropa tengah yang berbatasan dengan Polandia, Latvia dan Belarusia. Walaupun negara kecil, Lithuania sangat worthed untuk dikunjungi, terlebih bagi siapa saja yang menyukai suasana kota tua khas Eropa dan keindahan alamnya.
9. Tarptautinis forumas „Jaunimo vaidmuo globalių iššūkių sprendime ir atskirties tarp tautų mažinime“
11. 2018 — Y2Y Summer School
Interested to develop your entrepreneurial and leadership skills, master your business idea or transform existing organisation into a social enterprise? Then, Y2Y Summer School 2018, — is for you! Join us in Lithuania.
This is the third edition of the training and accelerator program that will explore not only business but the sustainability and conscious leadership, mindful strategy building and pitching.
12. 2019 — OYW Caucus in Moscow
From 14 — 15 February, One Young World (OYW) hosted the first-ever Moscow Caucus at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). The Caucus, held across 2 days, was themed ‘Towards Positive Business and Business Transformation’, focused on various elements of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
13. 2021 — ICE Forum
The Forum’s organizers received 470 applications from 49 countries. The largest number of applications came from Russia, Sweden and Finland. The team of the Forum will select 100 participants from 470 applicants who will come to Salekhard to develop their projects and join activities.
14. 2021 — School of Entrepreneurship Development
An Interview with Saida Ibrahimava by Mahbub Rahman, Chief Marketing Officer, School of Entrepreneurship Development
15. 2021 — OYW European Commission Peace Caucus
Last month we held our online Peace Caucus in partnership with the @EuropeanCommission and @compazfoundation, where Ambassadors heard from One Young World Co-Founder Kate Robinson, Paula Gaviria Bentancur, Executive Director of the Compaz Foundation and their fellow Ambassadors.
16. 2021 — Pirate Summit
This year, we want to set the stage for those who turn hardships into opportunities – businesses and individuals alike. We want to celebrate those, who show grit and resilience when all odds are stacked against them. This will be reflected in our content throughout the week
17. 2022 — Rome Business School
The voices of young people are very often not heard in societies, especially when it comes to reaching the decision makers and finding the best solutions for youth and society as a whole. This causes young people to turn to be inactive in their communities, sometimes due to lack of skills and knowledge on how to create change and embody the change.