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New Young Masters Programme and Global Youth Reporter Programme

Global youth Reporter Programme (GYRP)

Global Youth Reporter Programme within CEI 2024


Caretakers of the Environment Influencers!

The conference is getting closer and we want the world to know about it! It's time to put

together a little team with those of you who love making videos, talking to people and

reaching out to the world.

We want to find those of you who would enjoy planning and putting together interviews,

editing videos and publishing them on the conference's social media accounts (yes, we're

thinking Instagram and TikTok!). Together we hope to share the message of what we're

trying to do to help the world, inspire others and let people connect!

In order to participate, we'd love for YOU to put together a short video of your project!

Make it focused, snappy and make sure to get those bonus points through some quick

interviews with your team mates (maybe a question for them each?)! Once your video is

done, send a link to it to (latest May 20, 2024). We want the

team to be as diverse as possible and to have no more than one influencer/reporter per

country, and so we ask to receive solo applications only. May the best reporter win!

This team's efforts will be started off slightly ahead of the conference and through

workshops during the first days. It will be lead by Hjalmar Nordén, CEI alumni and previous

trainee and later project manager of the Global Youth Reporter Programme (GYRP).



Originally established in 1999 by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and

Natural Resources (IUCN) in collaboration with the Reuters Foundation, its participants

(casually referred to as the "GYRPs") has so far documented the Global Environmental

Youth Convention (GEYC) 2000 in Lund, Sweden, and the IUCN World Conservation Congress in

Amman. The follow-ups have been the coverage of the UNEP Youth Conference on

Environment and Sustainable Development in Sweden 2001, the UNEP Global Youth Forum

2002 in Denmark, the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg

2002, GEYC 2004 in Torino, as well as GEYC 2006 in Dubai. This programme will continue!!!

New information as of the 25th of May

Hi all aspiring Youth Reporters! With just a little more than a month left before the conference, I'd like to make a little addendum to those of you who are keen to join the reporter group during the conference.This one is not a team assignment. Each student who would like to take part will need to make and send their own video, so that we may choose one student from every country that would like to take part. Since there seems to have been a bit of a misunderstanding and we've received a few group assignments, we are prolonging the deadline until the 9th of June.Make a short video (no more than a minute) presenting your project or something that means a lot to you, where you also ask a few questions to your project mates. Then send your name, along with the video, to

Can't wait to see what you create!

Apply latest by the 9th of June 2024

New Young Masters Program

Welcome to collaborate in the new remote learning Young Masters Program course and the hybrid conference CEI 2024 in Sweden.

New Young Masters Program (NYMP) is a special hybrid program for youth in connection to the celebration of the Swedish Caretakers of the Environment International 30th jubilee (CEI/SE) at the upcoming hybrid CEI 2024 conference in Landskrona.

It is open to participants aged 13 – 19 years from around the world. As their teachers are applying and registering them all together as delegations of 2-5 members from upper secondary schools. The passwords will thereafter be provided for access to the modules in the NYMP remote learning course, which starts in mid-October and continues until early spring semester on the Canvas platform at Malmö university.

The New Young Masters Program, which runs in line and is mainstreamed to the hybrid Swedish Caretakers of the Environment International Conference 2024, is a platform that provides opportunities to engage youth in global learning towards sustainability, and articulate their thoughts, challenges, address their interests, concerns, and goals. Additionally, NYMP provides opportunities for youth to engage with practitioners in the design, process and implementation of Education, Regulation and Collaboration towards a Sustainable Future initiatives and programmes.

The conference will be a platform for the youth to speak their minds, build knowledge, network with international fellow youth and learn from each other. Furthermore, youth will have the chance to be seated at the table and discuss insights, recommendations, and the way forward in the Sustainability and Environmental Education Field through global learning of the UN SDGs and Agenda 2030.

This global event will fulfil the curiosity of the participants by learning about the Swedish biodiversity, visiting some of its best nature sites in Scania, and experiencing local heritage of Landskrona, during the most pleasant season of the year. Your presence will be highly valuable.

The initial deadline for the New Young Masters Program has now closed. If you are still interested please contact

The New Young Masters Program will be carried out in partnership with Malmö University. After registration for the program, the log in site can be found by following the link below.

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