About Us

We amplify the story, voice and power of global youth. 

Our History: 

Founded after 9/11 as the Americans for Informed Democracy, AMP Global Youth was created by Marshall Scholar Seth Green to create a platform for youth to discuss the rapidly evolving state of American global engagement and the role of global youth in tackling tomorrow’s greatest challenges.
More Information: Our Story…

Our Team:

We are a youth-powered network committed to making a better future crafted by the unique energy of youth. We believe that:
– youth are powerful
– we are all connected, locally and globally
– together we can build a more just and sustainable world
– we have an obligation to speak out and take action around global issues that impact our generation
We’ve engaged over 100,000 youth in dialogue, training and actions around global issues since 2002.

Our Work:

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A two-week, intensive global leadership program for high school students in the nation’s capital.
#BeGlobal -Check link for global opportunities!
Sharing global opportunities with our equally global audiences.
 A campaign to spread religious tolerance amongst youth.
A campaign to share the hopes and dreams of global youth for their shared future.
An online bootcamps for aspiring young leaders and change-makers.
Sharing the thoughts and opinions of tomorrow’s leaders on current events.


Join Us:

– Donate: We rely on public donations to keep our organization and programming running strong.
– Join our teams. Apply now!


  1. I’d like to bring to your attention our film, For the Next 7 Generations. Your readers might find inspiration in this story of 13 indigenous women.


    Director: Carole Hart (Emmy & Peabody Award winner)

    Narrator: Ashley Judd (2 Time Golden Globe nominee)

    Music: Peter Buffett (Emmy winner)

    Starring: The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers

    For the Next 7 Generations documents the momentous journey of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, as they travel around the globe to promote world peace and share their indigenous ways of healing. Originating from all four corners, these 13 wise women elders, shamans and medicine women, first came together in 2004 at a historic gathering in Upstate New York. Motivated by their concern for our planet, they decided to form an alliance: The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. The film begins at their first gathering follows them to the Amazon rainforest, the mountains of Mexico, throughout North America, and to Dharamsala, India, for a private meeting with the Dalai Lama. Facing a world in crisis, the Grandmothers share with us their visions of healing and a call for change now, before it’s too late. Through their teachings, they are lighting a way to a peaceful, sustainable planet.

    We are trying to get the word our about our film and the Grandmothers. We would greatly appreciate if you could post about us on your blog or add us to your blog roll.
    To learn more visit our website:
    and our blog:

    Thank you!

  2. Thank you Victoria!

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