Youth ambassador

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A youth ambassador is a young agent, representative and/or steward for the charity for which he or she works.[1]

Youth ambassadors have been introduced in order to promote participation, or spread goodwill or knowledge. Organizations that make use of youth ambassadors vary from charitable organizations for children[1] to intergovernmental organizations, like the Caricom,[2] the United Nations for the support of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and for other organizations.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Anaphylaxis Campaign, Youth Ambassadors
  2. ^ Caricom, CARICOM Youth Ambassadors
  3. ^ Capacity4dev, European Commission, Youth Ambassadors, 3 februari2014