Identifying Linkages and Leveraging Networks through Partnership
As the only volunteer organisation representing all youth in the World Bank Group, including STCs/STTs and interns, Y2Y seeks to sustain a wide range of partnerships with external organisations - NGOs, multilaterals, foundations, corporations, and individuals- to promote youth opportunities in local communities, at headquarters and country offices, as well as with internal organisations to support the coordination of the youth agenda in the World Bank and contribute to making the World Bank Group as a dynamic and inclusive workplace for all.
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Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund
United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNANCA)
Y2Ypartnered with UNANCA during UN week, Fall 2004, and will be cooperating during the UN week, Fall 2005. This was be the first in a series of future events and programs which Y2Y and UNANCA offered to their respective members.
The United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA) and its members work with foreign policy makers, political decision makers, schools, colleges, and universities, and non-profit and other organizations in the National Capital Area to build knowledge, understanding, informed opinion, and new ideas, on the United Nations and its specialized agencies.
Young Connection is a complex community of practice that has as its objective sharing ideas, experiences and passions, as well as transforming enthusiasm and leadership into action. YC focuses on expanding the potential of its members, creating opportunities for development, and causing a positive impact.
YC offers a platform for young professionals working within the Bank to explore and develop their full personal and professional potential. YC is a participatory space where people from different backgrounds come together to brainstorm, form relationships, exchange knowledge and grow both personally and professionally. Through its horizontal structure YC empowers young professionals to take on leadership roles and participate in activities in order to enhance their professional skills set.
IDB Youth: Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
Young Americas Business Trust
Youth Network of the Americas: Organization of American States (OAS)
In partnership with the Young Americas Business Trust (YABT), Y2Y is working with a group of young professionals to replicate the Y2Y model in OAS. Y2Y will continue to work with YABT and the OAS to build and strengthen the network of young professionals by sharing Y2Y's experience.
Un Techo para mi País
Un Techo para mi País (UTPMP) is a Latin American non-profit organization that mobilizes youth volunteers to eradicate the extreme poverty that affects more than 80 million people in the region. We work together with Latin America’s most marginalized populations in the construction of transitional houses and implementation of social inclusion programs empowering them with tools to improve their quality of life.
|Young Professionals - Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce |
The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce creates opportunities to exchange ideas and experiences among young professionals and students in the DC area with an interest in the relations between Sweden and the US. The network's objective is to build strong professional and social networks through informal events, such as speaker engagements, cultural gatherings and other social activities.
Christian Initiative of Education for Sustainable Peace and Development in Rwanda (CIESPD)
CIESPD is a local NGO working for peace and development among children/youth who are most vulnerable due to Genocide and HIV/Aids consequences. CIESPD gives priority to education/training as a tool to sustainable peace and development.
CEGA (Centro de Estudiantes y Graduados Argentinos en Estados Unidos)
Ecuador Mi Pais
CEBOFIL (Centro Boliviano de Filantropia - Bolivian Philanthropy Center)