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1.0 award introduction

  1. 1. THE INTERNATIONAL AWARD FOR YOUNG PEOPLE ENGAGE | EQUIP | EMPOWER | REWARD International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  2. 2. THE INTERNATIONAL AWARD  An exciting self-development programme for 14 - 25 year olds  Equips with life skills, builds confidence and engages with communities  Young People choose activities they like, do them at their own time for minimum time required  Presence in over 144 countries, more than 8 million young people worldwide participated so far • • Young People • experience • • Self Reliance Perseverance Personal discovery and growth Responsibility Service to the Community International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  3. 3. Global Snapshot The Award is global, with operators delivering the Award in 144 countries and territories around the world, 62 countries and territories have national Award operators and 82 countries and territories have independent operators, such as international schools. Every day 1,205 young people embark on their Award journey. Each day 548 young people achieve an Award Last year Award participants completed over 3,900,000 hours of meaningful service in the community worldwide None of this would be possible without the Award Leaders, Assessors and volunteers supporting young people through their Award. There are currently over 200,000 adult volunteers mentoring young people through their Award programme International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  4. 4. OUR MISSION • PROMOTE the Award to young people • PROVIDE the Programme worldwide through appropriate organisations to as many young people as possible • PRESERVE the quality of the experience International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  5. 5. OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES Age range: 14 to 25 years Three Levels Bronze 14 everywhere Minimum time commitment: 6 months Silver Minimum age 15 Minimum time commitment: 12 months Gold Minimum age 16 Minimum time commitment: 18 months Balanced Programme of 4 Sections Skill Physical Recreation International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in Service Adventurous Journey Residential Residential Project Project (Gold level only)
  6. 6. SERVICE SECTION To encourage a sense of responsibility to the community International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  7. 7. ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY To cultivate a spirit of adventure, discovery and teamwork, with an understanding of the environment International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  8. 8. SKILLS SECTION To encourage the development of cultural, vocational or practical skills International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  9. 9. PHYSICAL RECREATION To encourage improved performance and enjoyment of physical activity International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  10. 10. Residential Project *  At the Gold Level  To broaden experience through living and working with unknown people  Takes place over 5 consecutive days International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  11. 11. RECOGNITION Our Founder HRH Prince Philip HRH Prince Philip presenting the Gold Award to a participant HRH Earl of Wessex- Prince Edward with IAYP India Youth Representative International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  12. 12. ADULT INVOLVEMENT International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  13. 13. ISSUES LUSION AL INC SOCI Youth at risk Environmental rprise Projects Youth Ente AIDS g Awareness Dru Health Educ ation Leprosy OUNG PEOPLE ERMENT OF Y EMPOW International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in Malaria Young Offend ers DISABILITY
  14. 14. SECRETS OF OUR SUCCESS  Available to all and non political  International Programme  Non-competitive  Voluntary participation  Flexible and adaptable  A balanced Programme International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  15. 15. ENJOYABLE AND FUN International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  16. 16. WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY? “The Award for me as a disabled person made me feel as good as an ‘able’ person. I now feel that I can participate in anything just as much as anybody else” - Carol Brill, Republic of Ireland For a blind person like me, the Award showed the path to success lies in perservance and motivation - Sujan Bose, India “Before participating in the Award I never in all my wildest dreams thought I would be capable of handling such challenges. It is an experience which I will treasure for the rest of my life” - Young Offender, Hong Kong International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  17. 17. WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY? “The Award gave me the confidence to try different skills and introduced me to Karate, my skill to earn my livelihood” - Sudhir Yadav, India “I had many challenges to overcome in earning the Award but I had a lot of fun along the way” - Jonas Melin, Canada “’Doing the Award taught me that competition is not only with other people, it is with oneself” – Devanjali Dutt, India International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  18. 18. HISTORY AND FUTURE            The Programme began in 1956 1962 the Award Programme in India 1988 The International Association formed 1994 Indian Constitution in place 1998 Special Projects introduced in India The Award is available in over 143 countries Over 8 million young people have enrolled 150 Award operating centres in India 2009 first Open Award Centre in India 2010 India national office set up 2010 - 13 First Strategic Plan for India International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  19. 19. YES PARTNER Working in a licensing model, the Award Programme is self sustainable International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  20. 20. PARTNERSHIPS Raleigh International Girl Guides & Girl Scouts Red Cross & Red Crescent Rotary International YWCA International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in YMCA Junior Achievement
  21. 21. THE AWARD PROGRAMME FOUNDATION Registered Charitable Trust No. TR/27951 Mr. Himmat Kalsia - Chairman Mr. Analjit Singh Mr. Arunachalam Vellayan Mr. Ishaat Hussain Mr. Rakesh Bharti Mittal Dr. Sanat Kaul - Managing Trustee NATIONAL AWARD AUTHORITY (NAA) INDIA Mr. Kapil Bhalla - National Director Mr. Bivujit Mukhoty - Programme Manager Mr. Priyank Kumar Gupta - Head, YES Comm Project Mr. Chittaranjan Das - Office Manager Ms. Priyanka Singh – Programme Assistant Mr. Arun Pakal - OAC Project Assistant Mr. Dinesh Gajendran – National Training Panel International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in
  22. 22. Contact Us The International Award for Young People Youth Engaging Society(YES) Centre Institute of Youth Affairs and Social Development Audacious Dreams Foundation No 54, GPM St, Ambapuram, Gudiyattam Vellore District, Tamilnadu, India +91 9841525707 , +91 9840551749 Dinesh.mba.mku@gmail.com / www.audaciousdreams.org website : www.iayp.in Facebook Twitter Blog Youtube : http://www.facebook.com/iaypindia : http://www.twitter.com/iaypindia : http://blog.iayp.in : http://www.youtube.com/award1962 The Award Programme Foundation Registered Charitable Trust No. TR/27951 International Award for Young People, India www.iayp.in

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