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For anyone interested in working with the Global Issues Department of IYC USA,We are split into 5 teams, they are as follows: 1) Peace, Security, International/ Oceanic Law, & Terrorism …Continue

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Chapter Expansion 3 Replies

Hello All,I've noticed the IYC USA chapter is a little short on membership, and I was thinking about starting a sub-chapter on my college campus, and maybe some of you would follow and do the same on…Continue

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Comment by Hung Vo on March 16, 2013 at 11:43am

Most of our work is done outside of this platform, Ewunee. We will update you when it is appropriate. For now, you can follow our Facebook page for our most recent work.

Comment by Ewunee Confidence Dumka on March 16, 2013 at 11:36am

Hello all whats happening! here looks so dull

Comment by Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu on January 1, 2013 at 11:49am

In my speech delivered at the African Youth Development Colloquium of the University of Freiburg, Germany and recently published in The Youth Advisor Magazine, I predicted that the Swiss-trained new leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un may become the golden child of modern-day diplomacy and “long-awaited one who will relax tension and bridge the volatile gap between the West and the East...”, a move which could further pave way for beneficial diplomatic and bilateral cooperation between both regions. Today in his New Year speech, Mr Jong-Un signaled his intentions of seeing South Korea reunified with North Korea. This is a political theory which in the last administration, in the time of his late father, would have seemed a taboo. This call for reunification from this aspiring young leader is a welcome development which should be taken seriously especially by Western powers. Though to many ‘an internal North Korean/South Korean issue’, it is also a powerful diplomatic communication to the West in which he is saying “I am ready for reasonable co-operation”. Reasonable cooperation, one which the West will go into whilst respecting the territorial integrity of North Korea. How the Barrack Obama and European Union Administrations respectively receive this statement and utilize same is expected to create a decisive phase in modern diplomacy and politics as well as for the utopian age of global peace. If this cooperation happens, the benefits cannot be over-emphasized when considering what inter-change of trade, research and development, and most importantly, cooperation for world peace could bring. This move if successful also has the ability of increasing the economic viability of the two Koreas and could give birth to another economic giant in the East after China. Future cooperation and understanding if this happens will depend on the role the West plays now.

Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu


Global Issues Development Working Group 3

International Youth Council

Comment by Ewunee Confidence Dumka on December 24, 2012 at 6:49am

Comment by Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu on December 24, 2012 at 6:13am

Dear distinguished Rapporteurs of Team 3,

This is yet another festive period. We’ve gradually come to the end of the year, a year which has been very successful, one which saw to the starting-up of our Working Group on Global Development Issues.

I wish to thank every one of you for your contributions so far and wish you and your lovely families a Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year.

It has been indeed an honor working with you all so far and am earnestly looking forward to continuing doing the same when we return from the holidays next year.


Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu


Team 3 Working Group

Global Issues Department

International Youth Council (IYC)

Comment by Hung Vo on December 7, 2012 at 9:58am

Hey everyone! Our website has been up for a number of days--please check it out: Additionally, I will try to put all of the Global Issues group on our website tonight.

Comment by Amelia Shister on December 7, 2012 at 9:55am

Putting a call out to anyone interested in Global Issues Group 4: Health, Humanitarianism, Food/Water & Population


There's some really interesting stuff I've been able to pull together but need a team to help me go through it!


All are welcome, even if you can't commit to a full workload or long term.


Email me at if you're interested, be sure to put IYC in the Subject.




Comment by Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu on December 7, 2012 at 8:09am

Working Group Team 3 of the Global Issues Department (Development, Environment/Agriculture, Governance & Democracy) kicked off today with 8 Rapporteurs, distinguished in their various fields from Engineering, Architecture to Journalism. We are looking forward to making our first diplomatic contribution to Global Issues of our world in this generation! Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu (Chair, Team 3)

Comment by Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu on November 9, 2012 at 9:23am

Because of the 1884 approval of the colonization of Africa, Africa's affairs has always become internationally interwoven. Its affairs as regards specifically trade and politics have had strong links with the international community. It is then necessary that for Africa to achieve sustainable political, social and economic development in the 21st century it has to utilize this synergy, not following the usual beggerly approach of developmental help, but in a useful synergy which will see us exchanging what we have with the outside world for both out internal development and the development of other parts of the globe. An example is the resolve of the European Union which is investing billions of dollars through its DESERTEC solar technology project, allowing Africa provide its power generation needs for the future. By 2050 it is estimated that through this synergy, the African continent will be responsible for prividing Europe with over 14% of its electricity. A similar synergy can be made also to benefit not only Europe but the US and even developing parts of the world. But the huge benefit here is that Africa also benefits. For these benefits thus to be properly utilized for Africa's development needs though, a comprehensive framework for this even in the IYC level where the next African leaders can meet and discuss ways forward.

Comment by Amani on November 8, 2012 at 11:03pm



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