• Washington D.C.

    Global Youth Forum 2013

  • Varna, Bulgaria

    Evana Simo, Albania and Claudia von Ellerts, Switzerland

  • Varna, Bulgaria

    Angel Dimitrievski, Macedonia; Tsvetiana Zaharieva, Bulgaria; Samantha Kirtikar Mazenauer, Switzerland; Ruta Pels, Estonia; Claudia von Ellerts, Switzerland

  • Berlin, Germany

  • Tallinn, Estonia

    3C in Youth Work Training Course, Pavel Smulski

  • Botevgrad, Bulgaria

  • Zalishchyky, Ukraine

    Celebration of the Day of Partisan Glory

  • Washington D.C.

    Global Youth Forum 2013

  • Varna, Bulgaria

    PTPI World Cafe

  • London, England

    Oroslavje, Croatia (The Eagles) Student Chapter

  • Tallinn, Estonia

    Youth in Action Training Course

PTPI's Belgrade Chapter celebrates the International Day of Older Persons

September 30, 2014

“What is within you will raise you above” was the title of the theater play, which has been successfully performed by 15 high school students on September 30, 2014, at the Home for Elderly in Karaburma, Belgrade. With this dramatic play about intergenerational solidarity, OKO/PTPI’s Belgrade, Serbia Chapter celebrated the International Day of Older Persons (October 1). The event was such a success that two more presentations are planned.

Three members of OKO/PTPI’s Belgrade Serbia Chapter had participated in the Training Course "Our Margin for Theater - Creating theater productions by and for young people to combat marginalization and poverty" from August 17-24, 2014. After the training, they developed this project together with students of PTT High School in Belgrade. For more information about the results of this training course, please visit www.ptpe.org/theater-training2014.

For more details about the play, download the full report of PTPI's Belgrade Serbia Chapter here and view an extract of the play on Youtube.

PTPI's 2014 Global Youth Forum

November 5-9, 2014

Since 2002, delegates ages 13-18 from around the world have been exposed to diverse ideas, cultures, and people while having fun at People to People International's Global Youth Forum.

This year's curriculum is based on the theme Learn to Serve, Serve to Learn, which has more than 10 hours of educational workshops, six hours of community  service work, as well as cultural and social activities.

During PTPI's 2014 Global Youth Forum, young leaders will have the opportunity to connect with new friends from around the globe, experience multiple service projects and explore the vibrant culture of Kansas City.

For more details, please feel free to check PTPI's Global Youth Forum 2014 program description.

Deadline for scholarship applications is July 18, 2014. Please, click here to access the application form.

Deadline for regular registrations to the 2014 Global Youth Forum is August 31, 2014. Please, click here to access the registration.

PTPI's 21st Worldwide Conference: Tainan, Taiwan

September 17-21, 2014

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People to People International (PTPI) and the Tainan, Taiwan Chapter welcomed 277 participants from 11 countries to our 21st Worldwide Conference with the topic Challenges to Peace in Asia. Participants built bridges of knowledge, understanding, and respect across ethnic, racial, religious, and cultural divides. They united in an effort to forge a global network of people dedicated to spreading the ideals of Peace through Understanding with the beautiful and historic city of Tainan, Taiwan as the backdrop. Participants explored Tainan's famous temples, historic architecture, and bustling night market. Tainan offered experiences that enveloped them in the sights, sounds, flavors, and warm hospitality of the Taiwanese people.

See the pictures of PTPI's 21st Worldwide Conference on our facebook page.