The very latest from YCI around the world

YCI receives funding to become blueprint for tackling modern slavery

Survivors of human trafficking will be able to build a safe and secure economic future for themselves thanks to a new YCI project in India and Vietnam. …

YCI to launch new pilot projects to support people with disabilities into employment

YCI and Sightsavers are working together to develop YCI programmes that will support people with disabilities to access employability opportunities. …

“YCI helps young people turn their lives around”

Kathryn Porter, Director of Youth Strategy EMEA at Hilton is a keen champion of YCI and eager to

YCI Photo winners reveal a world of opportunities

The Global YCI team is based in London, UK and although we sometimes get to visit our programmes

“The transformation in every young person is unbelievable”

We interview Mrs Kher of our India non-profit partner Yuva Parivartan about how YCI can help young people

“YCI gives young people the chance to rediscover their unique qualities”

For many years Alejandro Garciacano has been YCI’s champion in Mexico. Now as he moves onto a new role within our non-profit partner World Vision, we asked him to reflect on his…

YCI programmes invited to ‘snap their selfies’

YCI programmes, their students and graduates are invited to “snap their selfies” as the Spring photo

Teaching kids to dream is good for business

“Their career compounds itself with their lives and it is life changing but it’s also measurable.”

Why YCI’s success depends on partnership working

Through years of developing our model to become the hotel industry's solution to youth unemployment, we know that partnership working is the key to making good things happen. By  Global Operations Manager, James  Murdoch. Henry Ford is