“The world is facing enormous challenges; we need you to be part of the solution.”
The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Rt. Hon. Patricia Scotland, QC, is inviting you to tackle some of the world's most pressing challenges, today.
33Sixty is a leadership programme that equips aspiring Commonwealth leaders (aged 18-30) with the skills and the networks to make a difference, now. You will work within an international group to develop solutions to some of the planet’s most pressing issues.
You will then get the chance to present your ideas to the Commonwealth Secretary-General as she searches for exciting new initiatives to champion on the global stage.
The world needs leaders now. Become a leader with 33Sixty.
“I truly felt able to express my ideas and was grateful for the opportunity to network with the other students and range of experts. It was truly a great empowering and learning experience.”
As a participant, you will tackle a Challenge of fundamental importance to the Commonwealth and the wider world: “What can our generation of the Commonwealth do now to make our cities more inclusive and safe in 2030?”
You will explore the Challenge through:
On the final day of the programme, you will present your responses to the Challenge to a panel of senior leaders and stakeholders, and ultimately to the Secretary General of the Commonwealth.
During the four day programme, you will explore the Challenge first-hand, speaking to leaders from and visiting organizations such as:
• AIESEC Singapore
• HOPE Foundation
• Public Utilities Board
• Singapore Red Cross
33Sixty connects you with other exceptional leaders through the Massive Online Innovation Community (MOIC), the virtual space where the growing Common Purpose alumni network of leaders convenes to debate, learn and create solutions for local and global challenges.
This programme is an initiative of the Commonwealth Secretary-General
NYC was set up by the Singapore Government on 1 November 1989 as the national co-ordinating body for youth affairs in Singapore and the focal point of international youth affairs.
Ranked 13th in the world, NTU Singapore has also been ranked the world’s top young university for the last two years running.
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“I’ve just been so inspired by all my fellow participants they are seriously going places, and working with them has made me excited not just for future action but action we can start right now.”
“Wow! What a journey this has been for me. I can’t believe how intense these past few days have been. Thanks for this opportunity. I am incredibly grateful. I have even more inspiration to do more in life.”