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Commit to a better world! Small actions can have a big impact. Join other people like you in taking action for a better world, by signing on to commitments that align with the issues that matter to you. Keep track of your progress and get inspired by a community of youth changemakers.

Global Issues Network (GIN)

The Global Issues Network (GIN) empowers young people to collaborate locally, regionally, and globally to create solutions for global issues. Each year, thousands of students worldwide engage in GIN-related activities. Any secondary-aged student is welcome to join.

Friend our World

Friend Our World aims to unite children in online friendship games of geography, languages, and global citizenship. There is an overall theme of 'Let's be friends' and children are encouraged to reflect on 'Who will you make peace with?' 

Magical Moments Around the World

Magical Moments Around the World is a uniting of people all over the world by sharing special experiences in their lives in a global online travelling book. It’s about creating a new spirit of coexistence among the various peoples, religions, and cultures. Share your own magical moment online, or host the travelling book! 


TakingITGlobal's mission is to empower youth to understand and act on the world's greatest challenges. TakingItGlobal uses the power of online community to facilitate global education, social entrepreneurship, and civic engagement for millions of youth worldwide.

Walking for Water Campaign

Walking for Water is an awareness and fundraising initiative. School children aged 10-15 are sponsored by friends and family to walk 6 kilometres while carrying 6 litres of water in a backpack. Children learn about global water issues, while raising funds to help solve them.

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The list of organizations above are provided for reference and operate independently of CIS. CIS and the organizations listed above do not have formal collaboration agreements.