The WORLD YOUTH GROUP cordially invites you to

The Grandeur

A black tie fundraising ball


The World Youth Group is the world’s largest national, elected, youth leader consortium. Our mission is to Educate, Encourage and Engage the global youth on social and political activism. Together, we can deepen the movement for a more sustainable, equal, and peaceful world.


We are elected representatives from different countries sharing different values, but our core issues have no boundaries. United, we can find solutions.

Global Policy

We come from different political, cultural and national backgrounds, however, in here, we share ideas and initiatives to build policies that are universally acceptable.


The youth, in our demographic description; between 21 years to 35 years of age, is 24% of the world's total population. We will encourage and engage youth to be active in social and political sectors.

United Nations

We work closely with the UN realm as our Advisory Board comprising of Permanent Representatives of the UN Member States are our guide and strength. Our policies have their participation and recommendations.


UN Sustainable Development Goals

The World Youth Group endorses and supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aimed at transforming our world by 2030 in accordance with United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/RES/70/1, adopted on 25 September 2015 entitled: “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.

UN International Day of Education

The World Youth Group stands firmly in its commitments to promoting the United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/RES/73/25 adopted on 3 December 2018 by the General Assembly proclaiming 24 January as “International Day of Education”. We focus on legislative reforms in its implementation.


The Core Committee of The Master Plan (CC-MP), is the governing committee of the Master Plan, initially comprising of students and youths political leaders of recognized and duly registered national and international organizations who are the creators of The Master Plan. They are also the heads of the founding member organization of The Master Plan. Collegiate Congress Inc. in association with the All-African Students Union (AASU), European Students Union (ESU), Organizacion Continental Latinoamericana y Caribena de Estudiantes (OCLAE), as well as the Young Republicans National Federation (YRNF), Young Democrats of America (YDA) acting in a non-partisan way.
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Primarily composes of the youngest member of the Parliament. Heads of the two leading (ruling and opposition) youth political parties. This is the world’s largest network of young Parliamentarians working as a team on the Fundamental Objectives of the World Youth Group and its Common-Agreed-Program (CAPs).
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This is a team of Permanent Representatives of Member States to the United Nations and senior UN Diplomats. The Advisors will help design the implementation of the two fundamental objectives of the Master Plan. Apart from advising they will also monitor the development of objectives and mentoring The Team of Delegates. The Core Committee of the Master Plan will submit the list of the Team of Delegates to the Advisors’ opinion, suggestion, and finally for their approval. Each Advisor also plays the role of the Chief Advisor to the SDG Committee. Currently there are ten Permanent Representatives of the United Nations Member States.
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The team of experts in academia will help in advising and recommending initiatives of The Master Plan pertaining to the academic sector. They will help in creating and implementing Common-Agreed-Program of the Fundamental Objectives, especially on SDG-4 and International Day of Education. The team works closely with the Core Committee of the Master Plan. Comprising of experts from different part of the world, and academia, gives it a diverse, but uniform perspective of academia and how this platform could mutually benefit.
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