The Commonwealth Children and Youth Disability Network (CCYDN) has been driven and developed by Include Me TOO following the lack of representation and participation of children and young people with disabilities from the Commonwealth. The CCYDN is a disabled youth led network (including those who work with, or have set up, DPOs or NGOs working …
The Commonwealth Secretariat places special emphasis on supporting young people to design and drive youth-led initiatives.
We provide technical assistance and support for national, regional and global youth networks from such as the Commonwealth Youth Council and the Commonwealth Students Association.
Learn more about the youth networks below.
News from our networks
Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs – Pacific (CAYE Pacific)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC)Find out more
Commonwealth Students Association (CSA)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN)Find out more
Commonwealth Alliance for Youth Entrepreneurs (CAYE)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network (CYCN)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Health Network (CYHN)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Human Rights & Democracy Network (CYHRDN)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Gender Equality Network (CYGEN)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth Sport Developer & Peace Working Group (CYSDP)Find out more
Commonwealth Children & Youth Disability Network (CCYDN)Find out more
Commonwealth Youth for Sustainable Urbanisation Network (CYSU)Find out more
Sixty per cent of the population of the Commonwealth is young people under the age of 30. Well managed human settlements are key drivers of climate change solutions, economic development, innovation and entrepreneurship, and sources of employment underpinned by the activities of young people, who largely still lack a seat at the decision-making table. The …