We advance world peace by empowering youth and students to become global citizens through character education and peace projects supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals
We are a larhge froup of people who powered movement fighting for a green and peaceful future for your land, forest, ocenas, foods, climate and pass the green earth to our children. Each one of us can make small changes in our lives, but together we can change the world.Donate Now
The Obama administration just granted Shell’s final permit to drill in the Alaskan Arctic this summer despite overwhelming global public opposition and the obvious risks to Arctic communities, wildlife, and our climate. But this isn’t over. The President knows what’s at stake: his climate legacy.Act Now!
UNESCO defines youth as, “a period of transition from the dependence of childhood to adulthood’s independence and awareness of our interdependence as members of a community.” Character education is the road map to help young people make this transition and the best environment to nurture this development and protect from HIV disease and make a happy family.
IAYSP promotes peace gatherings and events, such as meetings, forums, conferences, festivals, culture programs, and sports events, organized by youth. Our goal is to create peaceful communities and expand the culture of peace by making partnerships with other youth groups, schools, NGOs and governments.
IAYSP promotes projects and programs supporting the United Nations in two way. First, IAYSP promotes service projects to support the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs). We call these service projects as “Peace Projects”. Youth and students can create Peace Projects by participating in a Peace Designer program.
S!NERGY (Students×Ideas×Energy) is an engaging and dynamic public speaking competition for students to share their projects and innovative ideas. Presentations propose solutions to current social issues while being aligned to the UN SDGs. A group of distinguished judges from the community select the best presentation(s). The content and compassion of the young minds and hearts always inspires the judges and audience.