YouthxYouth Global Action Circles 2022 for Youth Activists | APPLY

Applications are invited for the YouthxYouth Global Action Circles 2022.

The Global Action Circles is a 5-month peer-to-peer learning journey for small intergenerational & international groups of youth and adult learners, facilitated by YxY youth hosts, that meet every other week around an education-related theme and personal learning question.

This learning journey culminates with a final Showcase at YxY annual Learning Festival, and was designed in partnership with Enrol Yourself, an award winning social enterprise.

As a participant, you will explore a learning question in your Action Circle and share your learning journey along the way.

YouthxYouth (YxY) is a global community of youth activists and adult allies dedicated to the reimagination and transformation of education for collective liberation.

Their goal is to accelerate the process of young people influencing, designing, and transforming their learning experiences and education systems.


  • Open to youth activists;
  • Applicant should be passionate about making a change happen in the world.
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If you are interested, fill out the application form to be considered by the YxY Core Team! If you’d prefer to submit a video/audio application kindly upload on a google drive and share with them via email at [email protected] using the questions on the application form as a guide. Recommended maximum video/audio length 7 minutes.

They are selecting around 8 young people and 2 adults per action circle. If you are not selected as a participant, you will be given preference to participate in future YxY experiences and events!

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For more information, visit YxY Global Action Circles.

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