Canada World Youth

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Canada World Youth (CWY, in French: Jeunesse Canada Monde (JCM)) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with an opportunity to learn about other communities, cultures and people while developing leadership and communications skills.

Founded in 1971 by Jacques Hébert (1923–2007) a former Canadian senator and lifelong promoter of youth and international development programs, Canada World Youth has sent over 38,000 youth volunteers in 69 countries worldwide to participate in its programs.

Current programs[edit]

  • EQWIP HUBs
  • China-Canada Young Leaders Program
  • Indigenous Youth Leadership
  • Global Learner
  • Mentorship Program

Former programs[edit]

  • Youth Leaders in Action
  • Québec sans frontières
  • CWY Student Network

Partner countries since 1971[edit]

Antilles and America[edit]

Asia[edit]

Africa[edit]

Central and East Europe[edit]

Oceania[edit]

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