“Sometimes it falls upon a generation to be great.
You can be that great generation.
Let your greatness blossom.”
He’s right. The choices previous generations made have put us in a very serious situation with extreme poverty, climate change and food shortage. Yes, choices. These things are not a force of nature. It’s a [...]
We invite you to attend “A Day for the Future” this Sunday 29 August on Skeppsholmen in Stockholm for a day full of great workshops, talks and cultural activities focused on Youth, Entrepreneurship & Sustainability. It’s free entrance – a great opportunity for everyone!
Representing Youth will be present, hosting sessions [...]
The Istanbul Action Plan is one tangible outcome of the world youth congress 2010. It contains thoughts and suggestions concerning the “Millennium Development Goals” which where set up by the United Nations in the year 2000. In order to mobilize “material and institutional support” for “youth-led development” projects, it highlights several key focus areas of [...]
The category of Young Journalists at the 5th World Youth Congress in Istanbul is an active and courageous group of 100+ budding young reporters who are contributing a huge amount to the sustainability of this conference by creating a flow of content that will continue to serve the congress aims long after we have all [...]
3000 plastic cups are used every day at the 5th World Youth Congress, only in the restaurant – a shocking number for a summit that is supposed to promote sustainability. Once again it is up to youth to make this congress eco-friendly.
Plastic comes in many forms. There are water bottles everywhere, the cups are made [...]
Critical approach to “Sustainable” efforts Hearing Carl Mossfeldt, one of the heads of state during the Rework the World, I feel motivated to explore some questions. I get questions that I seek to explore during this large summit in Leksand, Sweden. I am part of a group of young people, together forming a team that [...]