In 2020, 85% of the world’s youth were displaced due to the pandemic. According to GYA’s prediction, majority of young people are faced with formal and informal unemployment.

Young people with a history of unemployment face fewer career development opportunities, lesser wage and low pension benefits.

Young people are the future of the world’s workforce and economy, yet relief efforts by policymakers have mostly overlooked them. Policymakers must center young people if they are to avert damages that could cripple a generation. 

Some young people have disengaged from school due to lack of interest, funds or insecurity. Despite the Sustainable Development Goal to have every child in school and learning by 2030, there are still 260 million children who don’t go to primary or secondary school.

Without urgent action, in a decade 825 million children – half of all young people in the world – will not have the most basic skills necessary for jobs of the future.

By; Allison Young,

       International President,

       Global Youth Assembly.

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Global Youth SDGs Summit on 24th October, 2020. This summit was scheduled to hold virtually by the Global Youth Assembly committee on SDGs but lack of resources and the pandemic hindered it. 

Global Youth SDGs Summit will be held in 2021. 


International Day of Education: Global Youth Assembly celebrate and uphold Education for all.

Equitable access to education should be paramount and made possible by all global leaders.

The theme for this year’s celebration is “Recover and Revitalize Education for the COVID-19 Generation”. 

Covid-19 has affected the Education sector due to it’s long incurable status and long over due vaccination.

We urge all to stay safe during this pandemic as we recover and revitalize the Academic sector from the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Global Youth Assembly to partner with Academic Institutions such as; Primary, High, Secondary, College, Polytechnic, University to foster relationships in order to curb the dreaded virus. 

@Global Youth Assembly, we believe in Education for all #LeavingNoOneBehind. 

Education is a human right not a privilege. 

The 2021 theme is a global call to action for partnership to place Education at the heart of recovery. 

Global Youth Assembly are celebrating this day to revisit the new challenges posed by COVID-19 on education and acknowledging the educational efforts of teachers, students and parents in time of crisis.

In 2020, the pandemic generated the largest disruption to education systems in history. 

According to data released by World Health Organization, more than 1.6 billion students have had to drop out of school due to health crisis. 

And as infectious the virus is, 1 billion students continue to be affected by the total or partial closure of schools and universities significantly increasing their risk of learning loss, school drop outs, and school Isolation. 

A global day may seem like insufficient tool for solving the education crisis affecting hundreds of thousands of young people who lack access to education today. However, it is an important first step in recognizing education’s enormous impact on communities, especially the most fragile ones. 

The GYA International President, Amb. Allison Young-A while speaking noted that Education reshapes, reforms, sharpens the mind and enhances worldview of young people and youths across the world for fight against poverty which has affected millions of people.

In nutshell, Education offers young people ladder out of poverty and a path to a promising future. 

Education must be accessible no matter what their circumstances may be see SDGs 4 – Quality Education. 

The day focuses on providing quality education universally and highlights the role of quality and appropriate education for Global peace and development. 

On this day we want to say thank you for your support, our schools can ensure a quality education for thousands of disadvantaged young people.

GLOBAL YOUTH ASSEMBLY (GYA) appreciates President. Joe Biden on his Executive Order to advance #RacialEquality in U.S.Racial discrimination in U.S was 56% before the emergence of Joe Biden as elected President of the U.S, now the new President has made a huge impact and contribution to the advancement of Racial Equality.We are delighted to give the new President an accolade over this development and we hope to see them come in fruition.