• 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 21st Worldwide Conference: Tainan, Taiwan

September 17-21, 2014

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People to People International (PTPI) and the Tainan, Taiwan Chapter invite you to join global members for our 21st Worldwide Conference, focused on the theme of Challenges to Peace in Asia. Join us for four days dedicated to advancing PTPI's mission by building bridges of knowledge, understanding, and respect across ethnic, racial, religious, and cultural divides. Unite 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. Explore Tainan's famous temples, historic architecture, and bustling night market. Tainan offers experiences that will envelop you in the sights, sounds, flavors, and warm hospitality of the Taiwanese people.

For more information visit the PTPI's Website.

Myanmar

EXPERIENCE | LEARN | LEAD | CONNECT

October 27 - November 6, 2014

 The vision of People to People International (PTPI) is that a network of culturally knowledgeable global citizens are an active force in creating a  more sustainably peaceful world. Become part of this network when you join us in Myanmar.

When you participate in a PTPI program, you take part in multinational experiences that foster cross-cultural learning, develop global leadership skills, and connect with an international network of people committed to making a positive difference.

Connect with PTPI members on this multinational delegation to Myanmar. See program highlights below and click here to download the full program itinerary. After the program, opt to take the relaxing three-day extension to Myanmar’s beautiful Ngapali Beach before departing home. Please register soon, as space is limited.

 

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.

New Website - Berlin

We are happy to announce that PTPI's Berlin, Germany Community Chapter has a new chapter website. Feel free to visit it for updates on the chapter's activities.


European Program Fund

PTPI European Council supports programs for chapters and members through the European Program Fund.

Aim

The aim of the fund is to promote PTPI chapters and members in Europe.

Target Group

Dues paying chapters chartered by PTPI and members in Europe can apply. There is no deadline, but applications should be made at least one month prior to the program.

Examples of support: