Global Citizen

State of the Community

Global Citizen

5 Rivers of Equality

Annual polo cup

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Polo Cup

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State of the Community

November 21 - 22, 2016

Our annual conference will be held at the UNESCO Heritage Center in Paris, France. "Citizen of Multilayered Identity, and its Sense of Community" , this year's theme addresses how to balance our need to express our identities while building a strong sense of community.  We invite the youth from around the world to take part in building a movement to answer the challenges of today to build a voice of moderation against populist and extremist trends. Discourse on such issues will be build through series of interactive discussion panels, workshops, competition and exhibition during the conference and continued with your participation through out the year. In line with UNESCO’s Global Citizenship Education (GCE), we look to strengthen and celebrate our multilayered identities while building a sustainable global village.  Using the framework of GCE, we hope to empower youth to think critically and build a profile of who we are as a global community.

We are currently open for registration. For more information on the conference, please visit our conference page or click here.

Global Citizen Benchmark Interview Series

In pursuit of developing a benchmark character for the Global Citizen, here is our ongoing series of
interviews with various embassy representatives in Tokyo, Japan

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Our Vision

"Seeding a socially and economically sustainable world, one where we feel a collective responsibility towards tomorrow’s citizen."

Why do we do the things we do? We want to help sow the seeds for social change, and help create a more sustainable world. Our initiatives have been made possible because of like-minded change-makers that believe in the same things we do.

Annual Polo CuP: SECULARISUM+EQUALITY

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Polo Cup

On July 30th, 2016, the second Maharaja Ranjit Singh Polo Cup was held at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club. The project is named after Maharaja Ranjit Singh who promoted secularism, equality, and a strong sense of national identity without religious divides. The Polo Cup was held to strengthen and celebrate our diverse identities while upholding our responsibility to our local and global community.

To learn more about this project, click here.