Hello Friends! Greetings from all of us at AMP Global Youth (Americans for Informed Democracy)! We hope you’re having a great fall. We are excited to share five free and powerful opportunities for youth with an interest in global issues, below. Please read, share and stay in touch! SPECIAL INVITE: …Read More »
Connect with new people across the globe, all from your phone!
It's time to bring the world together around what we share and celebrate what is unique: dialogue is they key!
It's easy to bring AMP Global Youth to your school or community and we have a chapter guide to get you started!
We are a youth-run network always on the lookout for new leaders. Is that you? Accepting applications now!
**This fall, AMP is rolling out an exciting new campaign on food justice! Bring the campaign to your community with some of the following events, and stay tuned for more updates.** Community events are a great way to engage those around you in an exciting and informative way. Take the …Read More »
**This fall, AMP is rolling out an exciting new campaign on food justice! Start participating today through these personal actions to promote sustainability in your food system and the environment, and stay tuned for more updates.** Here is our list of small steps that you can take to become a …Read More »
I have never considered myself an inherently compassionate or empathic person. I often find myself having little to no emotional reaction whilst scrolling through the day’s news every morning, glancing at titles that usually include any combination of words like “murder”, “rape”, “terrorist attack”, or “natural disaster”. Despite my frequently …Read More »
Hello! My name is Dara, and I am from Charlotte, NC. I enjoy hiking, scuba diving, and generally being around nature. When I was 6, I experienced one of the most traumatic experiences of my life. During a normal family vacation to the beach, I was swept out to sea …Read More »
Hi, my name is Hannah, and I am from Falls Church Virginia. Throughout my life I have always known not to litter. However, this summer when I went to Paraguay, I learned firsthand that some people have no choice but to put their trash in streams and rivers. …Read More »