DATES TO REMEMBER
April 3 – May 1, 2017: Early Bird Registration Period
April 3 – June 15, 2017: Delegate Package Application & Reservation Period
May 2 – June 15, 2017: Regular Registration Period
The 20th session of the Youth
Assembly at the United Nations presents both an enormous opportunity and a challenge to stimulate and ensure youth engagement and participation in achieving an inclusive and sustainable future where no one is left behind.
Guided by the overarching principle of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, “leaving no one behind,” the conference will explore cross-cutting issues and solutions for sustainable development in the social, economic, and environmental dimensions. While youth are among those subjected to exclusion and marginalization, they have the potential to accelerate and achieve sustainable development in their communities and beyond. With their unique sets of skills and perspectives in today’s ever-evolving world, they remain at the frontlines of innovation and change.
Location: United States
The conference provides a platform for youth from around the world to learn and share practical knowledge and skills with experienced professionals and fellow attendees through dynamic panels and workshops.
A Youth Assembly Delegate* must be:
- Between the ages of 16 – 28 (at the time of the conference);
- Actively involved in his/her community;
- Interested in sustainable development and the United Nations;
- Strongly motivated to become a changemaker in their community and the world.
Interested applicants who are 29 years old and older may apply as a Youth Assembly Observer*.
Applications are evaluated based on the individual’s work or involvement, achievements, and interest in sustainable development and the United Nations.
*Please note that becoming a Youth Assembly Delegate/Observer does not constitute an official position as a representative, delegate or ambassador of your country.Eligible Regions:
Open for All.
IYPORTAL, we’re dedicated to helping young people succeed. We open doors for youth with a holistic approach that emphasizes life skills in combination with a mix of technical, vocational, and entrepreneurship training. As a result, young people are prepared to enter the workforce, create their own opportunities, and be agents of change in their communities.