"The international community must continue to work together to expand the horizons of opportunity for these young women and men and answer their legitimate demands for dignity, development and decent work. Failing to invest in our youth is a false economy. Investments in young people will pay great dividends in a better future for all."
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Message for International Youth Day 2011
IYDC promotes the implementation of the Program of Action developed at the UN Lisbon Declaration on Youth Policies and Programmes. Lisbon, Portugal 1998 . IYDC is a International Youth Development Conference host by AICC and ISMO. We through IYDC to promoting youth development, entrepreneurship, innovation and cooperation. IYD's experts, academics, teacher, students, young entrepreneurs and volunteer would contribute to regional socio-economic development and improve counseling youth participation in social welfare to the combination of continuous improvement to help solve the children and youths in school, vocational life in a variety of practical problems.
The goals of the Annual International Youth Development Conference are：
Provide access to and information about the work, successes and current challenges of the United Nations;
Promote increased youth participation in UN programs, its agencies and NGO affiliates
Strengthen commitment to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals;
Connect committed youth with opportunities, mentors, colleagues, and new associates;
Recognize the artistic and diplomatic efforts of young people already involved in development and humanitarian initiatives;
Promote renewal of a commitment to serve and respect this most important international institution.
IYDC is the international coordinating of youth organisations and entrepreneurs, scholars and social workers. The participants and contractors of IYDC has more than 50 countries.
WAY works for promotion of youth and youth organisations in programme areas such as: youth employment, environment, human rights, democracy, population, health, drugs, community development and leadership training.
AICC, American International Chamber of Commerce (AICC) is a non-profit international business organization comprised of entrepreneurs, executives and leaders from across the globe whom are engaged in trade and industry within the International chamber of commerce region of the world. With offices in America, Asia, Europe, Africa and a growing presence throughout the world.
AICC as one of the most well-known International Chamber of Commerce has a wealth of iand stability of the service system. nternational in business experience and a wide range of popularity, maintaining a good reputation.The mission is to promote the development of trade and investment opportunities between the United States and all the countries, focus in Asia Pacific countries and China. Our current membership includes small, mid-sized and large manufacturing companies, service providers, nonprofit organizations and individuals. The development and activities of AICC are guided by its Board of Directors. Permanent committees are charged with the responsibility of planning programs, developing membership and new services, consequently providing for the continued growth of our organization and the improvement of its operations.
ISMO the "International Society for Mobile Youth Work" in Stuttgart, a non-governmental organisation, together with other professional organisations of Youth Welfare Service from around the world has been developing the concept of Mobile Youth Work as a community-based street work approach on the international level for many years. The first international symposium on Mobile Youth Work took place 1983 at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. Symposiums in foreign countries followed 1994 in Chile and 1995 in Switzerland. Since 1996 ISMO has been active in Eastern Europe. In 1998 the 7th international Symposium on the Mobile Youth Work took place in St. Petersburg, Russia. During this Symposium it became obvious, that there is a great demand for qualification in the field of Youth Welfare Service in the post-communistic countries. Since that time lots of lectures, seminars and courses took place in 7 Russian cities, as well as in Sofia/Bulgaria, Varna/Bulgaria, Bratislava/Slovakia, Tbilisi/Georgia, Budapest/Hungary, Mikkolaiki/Poland, Cesky Tesin/Czech Republic, Shitomir/Ukraina and in Tallinn/Estonia. In 2003 the 8th international Symposium on the Mobile Youth Work took place in Limuru / Kenya (ISMO 2004) and the 9th in 2008 in Stuttgart Germany under the title "Reaching the Unreachable" with over 300 participants form 39 countries around the world.
IYDC, International Youth Development Conference are support UN Global Compact.
The UN Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. By doing so, business, as a primary driver of globalization, can help ensure that markets, commerce, technology and finance advance in ways that benefit economies and societies everywhere.
IYDC pursues two complementary objectives:
1. Mainstream the ten principles in business activities around the world.
2. Catalyze actions in support of broader UN goals, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
IYDC system, AICC and ISMO mutual cooperation to promote the development of ISMO in the Chinese Region, the international volunteers are going to help children and youths return to society, home and school.
*IYDC is a NGO civil society organizations Conference, Please check the International Youth Development Conference in UN Economic and Social Affairs database: