The International Youth Exchange Organization of Japan (IYEO) is the association of the mainly former participants of the international youth exchange programs organized by the Cabinet Office (the Management and Coordination Agency, Prime Minister's Office). Currently, it has a total of 15,600 members nationwide. The head office is located in Tokyo and it has active volunteer-based assemblies in each of the 47 prefectures. The IYEO spearheads a global network of organizations of former participating youths (PY) that stretches to more than 50 countries. more details
SSEAYP International (SI)
SI is the network of the Alumni Association of the SSEAYP participants.
Alumni Associations have been established in 9 ASEAN member countries and actively conduct projects in their respective regions.
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Ship for World Youth Alumni Association (SWYAA)
SWYAA is the Alumni Association of the SWY participants. International network stretching across 45 countries has been established to conduct various activities globally.
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Japan-China Alumni Association
Former participants of the Japan-China Youth friendship program undertake various programs to deepen friendship between Japan and China.
Activities by former participants of the Japan-Korea Youth Friendship Program
Former participants of the Japan-Korea Youth Friendship Exchange program established network between Japan and Korea and conduct Japan-Korea Exchange conference.
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Activities by former participants of International Youth Development Exchange Program (INDEX)
Former participants of the INDEX program are engaged in activities to establish networking among themselves.
Activities of former participants of the Young Core Leaders of Civil Society Groups Development Program
Former participants of the Young Core Leaders of Civil Society Groups Development Program are engaged in activities to establish networking among themselves.