Mobilising youth to achieve
the Global Goals

Collaborating with private sector, public sector and individuals to create a better world and future, together.

Youth For Global Goals

Youth For Global Goals is an initiative powered by AIESEC aimed at activating the leadership potential of young people of the world by engaging and mobilising them through offering purposeful and cross-cultural projects around the globe that are designed to impact and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.

The United Nations: Sustainable Development Goals

On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end povertyprotect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda.

World leaders convened at a historic United Nations Summit to evolve the Millennium Development Goals 2015 into a new set of 17 goals, each with its own specific targets that are to be achieved over the next 15 years.

For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society, and everyday citizens.

For more information: http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/development-agenda/
December 2015
This picture captures the official signing of AIESEC pledging our commitment to align our global operations to target the United Nation's Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

Left to Right:
Ahmad Alhendawi, United Nations Secretary General's Envoy for Youth
Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations
Ana Saldarriaga, President of AIESEC International 2015-16
Two-thirds of young people in Australia believe the world will be a better place in 2030
Millennials rank 'Purpose in Life' as one of their top three drivers in life.
Young people value curiosity and contribution. 
42% of young people believe that the Government is the biggest influencer in Australia
We idolise leaders like Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela, and Malala Yousafzai who are champions for equality.
Almost one in five young people believe the private sector play the biggest influence in Australia
We are looking for organisations who share our desire to make a positive impact and will enable us to feel like we are working for a purpose, not just profits.
Excerpts from our Living in Australia: YouthSpeak Survey Report, based off 2957 survey responses from young people in Australia, Nov 2015 - May 2016.

Let's collaborate through

Our mission is to create more globally-minded leaders for a better future.  

AIESEC's network in Australia spans 600+ students across 13 universities, and representation across various levels of public and private sectors with our 50+ years of alumni.
Reach out to our National Partnerships Director, Layli Nadhifah for more information.
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In Dec 2015, AIESEC was the first organisation to pledge our commitment of action towards the UN's Global Goals.

We're currently working with organisations like ADB, Global Goals Australia and more to drive youth action for the Goals. Join the global movement.
Reach out to National Public Relations Manager, Helen Chan for more information and any queries.
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Click below to read the full agreement
between AIESEC and the United Nations

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