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2011 A total of approx. 15,000 Japanese youth were dispatched, and approx. 19,000 overseas participants were invited to participate in the International Youth Exchange Programs.
2009 The 50th Anniversary Forum for Former Participants of the International Youth Exchange Program
2008 Commemoration of the 50th year since the launch of the International Youth Exchange Programs by the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, IYEO & CENTERYE Collaborative Program: Nippon Maru Cruise
2007 1st SWYAA Global Assembly in Greece
Commencement of Japan-ASEAN Youth Leaders Summit as part of the Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program
2004 1st Japan Korea Exchange Forum in Korea
2003 Commencement of the Discussion Session as part of the International Youth Development Exchange Program (2003?2008)
2002 「Commencement of the Young Core Leaders of Civil Society Groups Development Program
2001 Commencement of the 21st Century Renaissance Youth Leaders Invitation Program (2001?2006)
1995 Establishment of SWYAA
Commencement of the Asian Pacific Youth Invitation Program (1995?2000)
1994 Commencement of the International Youth Development Exchange Program
Establishment of the Center for International Youth Exchange
1988 1st SSEAYP International General Assembly (SIGA) in Malaysia
Commencement of the Ship for World Youth Program
1987 Establishment of SSEAYP International
Commencement of the Japan-Korea Youth Friendship Exchange Program
1985 Establishment of IYEO
1st General Assembly of IYEO at Ibaraki Prefecture
Implementation of IYY Japanese Youth Corresponding Goodwill Mission to Overseas
Commencement of the International Youth Village Program
1980 Implementation of the Oman Friendship Exchange Program
1979 Commencement of the Japan-China Youth Friendship Exchange Program
1978 1st On Board Ship Conference (OBSC)
Implementation of the Japan-Brazil Friendship Exchange Program
1974 Commencement of the Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program
1968 Establishment of Seinen-no-fune-no-kai, an alumni association
1967 Commencement of the Japanese Youth Goodwill Cruise Program
1962 Commencement of the Invitation of Foreign Youth Program
1961 Establishment of Seiyu-kai, an alumni association of the Japanese Youth Goodwill Mission
1959 Commencement of the Japanese Youth Goodwill Mission to commemorate the wedding of their Majesties the Emperor and Empress (Their Imperial Highnesses the Crown Prince and Princess at that time)
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