What is the “Ship for World Youth” Program? Main Activities on board the Ship Post-Program Activities - The Ship for World Youth Program - Last updated June 2008 Dispatch by airplane International Youth Development Exchange Japan-China Youth Friendship Exchange
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International Youth Development Exchange
Japan-China Youth Friendship Exchange
Japan-Korea Youth Friendship Exchange
Exchange on board ship
Ship for World Youth
Ship for Southeast Asian YouthInternational Youth Exchange Programs by the Cabinet Office of Japan
1. What is the Ship for World Youth Program?
Sum total of participating countries: 63
Sum total of countries visited: 31
Ship for World Youth Program
(Starting from fiscal year 1988)The Ship for World Youth - Program Outline -
Developing Practical Skills in the framework of International Cooperation
Gaining a More International View
Nurturing the Spirits of International CooperationWhat are the Objectives of the Ship for World Youth Program?
By living with others with different cultures, participants will have a more balanced and international view towards the world
Through communication with participants from different countries, participants will learn basic protocols and attitudes in international cooperation
By taking initiative in activities including participants not only from your own but other countries, participants will learn basics of leadership and practical skills in the setting of international cooperation
Fiji / age 32 / Culture and Youth Ministry Official
Australia / age 27 / Police
Canada / age 22 / Olympics athlete
India / age 20 / Student
Saitama, Japan / age 28 / Language teacher
Hokkaido, Japan / age 30 / Hotel Staff
Fukuoka, Japan / age 26 / Customs Officer
2. Main Activities
Free ActivitiesThe Ship for World YouthMain Activities
such as courtesy calls, institutional visits, Course Discussion theme visits, school visits and sports exchange with local youths, etc.
Meeting with President of Tanzania
Course Discussion theme visit in Australia
Examples of the courses
Examples of Discussion Topics
Examples of Clubs
Farewell FestivalPlanning and Organizing Onboard Activities (1) - Committees -
Examples of Free Activities
Experiences on board the Ship is only the beginning of international exchanges.
You are expected to keep your “Ship for World Youth” spirits and share your experiences with people in your home countries.Post-Program Activities - Networking after the Program -
Networking in Japan through IYEO
Networking with ex-participants in other countries