At each One Young World Summit we aim to bring together the most outstanding young people from every country, industry, sector and background. We rely on support from organisations and individuals to make this possible.
Our current Partners and Supporters include individuals and some of the world’s leading companies, NGOs, foundations, universities, social enterprises, government entities and other forward-thinking institutions.
Partners and Supporters can support One Young World by funding outstanding young people to attend the annual One Young World Summit. They may also make cash or budget relieving value-in-kind donations.
The benefits of being a Partner or Supporter
The annual One Young World Summit gathers together the brightest young people from around the world to effect positive change. At the annual Summit, delegates debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues faced by their organisations and local communities. Being a Partner or Supporter means making this powerful catalyst for change possible.
For delegates, the Summit provides access to a powerful cross-sector and cross-national network among the next generation of leaders.
Companies see the event as a powerful and highly valued leadership development opportunity. For many companies, sending delegates to the Summit has become an integral part of their development, human resources and sustainability programmes.
Energised and motivated delegates bring tangible business benefits to the companies they work for: innovation, initiatives and savings.
“Through their projects, fuelled by imagination and focused on action, these young people are grappling with the challenges facing our world... I am glad to have the opportunity of encouraging and supporting these future leaders who are prepared to take on the responsibility for a world which has rarely seen so many vital issues.”
Jean-Paul Agon, CEO & Chairman L’Oréal
“One Young World is an inspiring forum, in which I am proud to play a part. Equally inspiring are the stories and ambitions of the One Young World delegates – our leaders of the future.”
Antony Jenkins, CEO, Barclays
One Young World provides a global platform. At its last Summit, One Young World was covered by 10 international broadcasters with coverage across 130 media outlets worldwide. More than 100 international reporters were accredited, from countries and regions including Australia, Chile, China, India, South Africa, Jordan, USA and Europe.
Coverage was achieved in media outlets across the world, with reports in leading publications and broadcasters, including The Independent on Sunday (UK), The Sunday Telegraph (UK), CNN International, BBC World Service, MSNBC, Bloomberg, El Mundo, La Stampa (IT), Sunday Times (SA), Network 10 (Australia), China Daily The Economic Times of India and Al Jazeera.
How to get involved
There are a number of ways to get involved as a Partner or Supporter for the One Young World Summit 2014 in Dublin, Ireland:
- Fund an employee from your organisation to attend the One Young World Summit 2014.
- Fund the attendance of a family member or friend.
- Fund the attendance of a young person from your community or from another organisation that you are affiliated with.
- Fund the attendance of a young person from our candidate community who is seeking financial support.
- Make an unrestricted cash donation to One Young World.
- Supply One Young World with a value-in-kind donation.
The per-delegate price for the One Young World Summit 2014 in Dublin is £2,750 (plus VAT at 23%).
A range of partnership packages are available depending on the level of support that you are able to offer. The One Young World Summit 2014 brochure with full details of these packages can be found here.
If you are interested in becoming a Partner or Supporter or you would like more information, please contact:
T: +44 (0) 203 691 8064
M: +44 (0) 7738 982 832
E: Michael McLennan
T: +44 (0)203 691 8065
M: +44 (0)7738982827