Who we are

The We Are Tomorrow Global Partnership is an international organisation that empowers young voices, consolidates and strengthens cross-border youth networks, and co-creates constructive national climate action plans to influence decision makers.

How we were founded

Together with many youth organizations across the country, the Youth Climate Movement in the Netherlands has reached consensus on one joint Youth Climate Agenda. This agenda presents the solutions of the Dutch youth for a truly sustainable country in 2050. So far, the agenda has proven to be powerful in the lobby for more ambitious climate policy and youth involvement in decision-making processes. We realize that young people across the world are experiencing similar issues the same issues when trying to influence their governments in the climate debate. Above all, climate change is an international issue in which policy is made on the highest level. That is why we decided to team up with peers. That is why we create one strong international youth climate movement. That is why we started the We Are Tomorrow Global Partnership. 

Climate change is an international issue. That is why we create one strong international youth climate movement.

Bangladesh
Because of its geographical location and socioeconomic situation, Bangladesh is one of the countries most vulnerable for climate change. Although the country is working hard to fight this, the government does not engage youth in their decisions yet. Our Bangladeshi team aims to change this.
Chile
This endlessly long country with a huge diversity in culture and environment, is also one of the most vulnerable to climate change. Ceus Chile do everything they can to not let climate change destroy parts of their country.
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Egypt
Egypt, vulnerable both to water shortage as well as rising sea levels, should find innovative solutions from the future by listening to youth, according to the Egyptian Minister of Environment. Our Egyptian team happily answers to this call.
Mexico
In the beautiful country of Mexico, full of culture and biodiversity in which 12 different ecosystems can be found, Verde ITAM is the lead organization of the Global Partnership. These ecosystems have not always had it easy, but Verde ITAM hopes to raise a voice for their protection.
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The Netherlands
As a country lying below the sea level, our flat land is surrounded by dikes which protect us against the water. Preventing future climate change and its consequences; such as a rise of the sea level in therefore crucial in Netherlands.
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Nigeria
Being the biggest emitter on its continent, huge wins can be gained in Nigeria when it comes to transitioning to sustainable systems. Earthplusafrica is taking the lead to present their youths’ plans to their government.
Uganda
Under the Global Partnership, the Ugandan team started with a goal to bring the voices of young people in Uganda together and to discuss the issues of policy and development through a collective Youth Umbrella voice.
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South Africa
This country already experiences climate change, amongst others through unpredictable and extreme weather events. In order to protect their country, the Global Partnership team in South-Africa are setting up workshops to create a Youth Climate Action Plan.
Qatar
Qatar is one of the frontrunners when it comes to tackling climate change. Although the political situation can make this difficult, our new team in Qatar is ready to get youth in this country connected and amplify their voices.
India
The youth in charge of the Indian Global Partnership, have only just formed a team, but are motivated to work hard on letting the voices of youth be heard in their country.

Who are you?

Are you…

  • an individual from one of the countries currently involved in the global partnership and you want to join as well? Go to the page of your country and send them a message!
  • an organization from one of the countries currently involved in the global partnership and you want to join as well? Go to the page of your country and send them a message!

Or…

  • an organization of a country who is not yet involved in the global partnership and you may be interested to join or partner with us? Check our contact details and send us a message!
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