International Union of Socialist Youth

The International Union of Socialist Youth, founded in 1907, is the biggest political youth organization in the world representing about 140 member organizations from more than 100 countries. IUSY is the Youth of the Socialist International (SI). It brings together the socialist, social democratic and labour political youth organizations from around the world in order to fight for freedom and human rights, ending all forms of discrimination, social justice and democracy, and peaceful solutions to political problems. IUSY works by developing and strengthening its member organizations in different countries, supporting new organizations, publishing bulletins, and organizing international youth gatherings each year.

The IUSY as a political party youth organization cooperates with all worker’s movements and progressive organizations in the world. IUSY also cooperates with many international institutions in order to develop policy but also to gain support for projects and activities.

IUSY is an international youth NGO with UN ECOSOC consultative status since 1993.

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