The International Youth Initiative Programm

May 2013

The International Youth Initiative Program (YIP) is a social entrepreneurship training in Järna, Sweden, for youth aged 19 to 25 who want to create a positive social change in the world. – A course in how to bring your own initiative into being.

The International Youth Initiative Program (YIP) is primarily concerned with strengthening the capacity of young people to take an active role in fostering positive cultural, social, environmental, and economic change that will benefit all sections of society and to eliminate social injustice, poverty, and inequality. YIP is global in scope and international in concept and sees real benefits in bringing young people together from all parts of the world to reflect on the meaning and impact of globalization. YIP pays tribute to young peoples’ potential and ability as cultural creatives within local communities and society at large.

http://yip.se/

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