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  • AFS Intercultural Programs, Inc.: Among the largest non-profit international student exchange program in the world, offering both inbound and outbound programs for teens.
  • AtTheTable.org: Designed to provide resources and information about how to involve young people in decision-making. Provides resources, discussions, polls, and contact information.
  • Children's Nature Institute: Dedicated to educating kids to respect and appreciate the natural environment.
  • Generation YES Inc.: Students collaborate with teachers to bring effective use of technology into the classroom.
  • Project 540: Created to give students a greater voice in schools and communities. Provides information on how to get involved, a forum, press releases, and current project sites.
  • R.U. Mad?: By identifying problems and challenges in their school and communities, students and teachers set out to "Make a Difference" in realistic and achievable ways. News, examples, foundation, resources, and links provided.
  • Shout Out: Purpose is for students to work with educators to change schools. Provides resources, publications, research, and information about how to become involved.
  • Skills Canada: Program in Nova Scotia giving youth choices involving trades and technology careers.
  • Students Against Testing: A nationwide network of students who oppose test and score-based schooling, and support life-based learning. Features information on how to get involved and an interactive message board.
  • TakingITGlobal: An online community, providing youth with inspiration to make a difference, a source of information on issues, opportunities to take action, and a bridge to get involved locally, nationally and globally.
  • The Fawcett Society Citizenship Website: An interactive website aimed at 11-16 year olds, looking at citizenship through the lens of gender equality. Pupil and teacher friendly.
  • The Freechild Project: Dedicated to making social change action, education, and resources more accessible for young people around the world.
  • The Innovation Center: Seeks to promote youth, adults, organizations, and communities to engage together in creating a just and equitable society.
  • Tiny Giant Magazine: The Students Commission: Run by youth for youth across Canada. The `group` attempts to create opportunities for empowerment through innovative and educational processes and products.
  • What Kids Can Do: Provides examples of young people working with adults in their schools and communities on real-world issues. Includes publications, links, and contact information.
  • Young Toronto Mineralogists Club: For kids interested in mineral and fossil collecting or lapidary work in the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area.
  • Youth Business International: Network of youth business initiatives whose purpose is to help young people work for themselves by providing them with business mentoring, local advice, support, and access to finance.
  • Youth Empowerment Scheme: Using mentors, the aim is to teach children in Northern Ireland about diversity, tolerance, understanding, and good citizenship.
  • Youth Together: Works with youth to develop leadership and organize campaigns that promote multiracial unity, educational justice, and youth empowerment.

 

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