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SLU Youth Institute

SLU Youth Institute (SLU YI) aims to create interest among Swedish youth for global food security and to find sustainable solutions to the global challenges based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The SLU Youth Institute is a Swedish part of the many Youth Institutes coordinated by the World Food Prize Foundation. To participate, students write a short report about a global challenge of their own interest.

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Register your class here!

For the challenge SLU Youth Institute can you as a high school teacher register your class here. You can also participate in the challenge as an individual student by emailing youthinstitute@slu.se.

 

laptop on wooden table

Register your class here!

For the challenge SLU Youth Institute can you as a high school teacher register your class here. You can also participate in the challenge as an individual student by emailing youthinstitute@slu.se.

 

Students

What is SLU Youth Institute?

The SLU Youth Institute is a life-changing experience hosted by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and the World Food Prize Foundation. High school students engage with local leaders and experts on critical global challenges, participate in hands-on activities, and explore exciting ways to make a difference in Sweden, across Europe and around the world. 

Read more about SLU Youth Institute 

 

This is how you write your Global Challenge

Here you will find information on how to write your Global Challenge and inspiration for different subject areas your paper can be about.

About Global Youth Institute

Each year, 200 exceptional high school students from around the world are selected to participate in the three-day Global Youth Institute hosted by the World Food Prize Foundation. 

Read more about the Global Youth Institute

Published: 04 July 2022 - Page editor: agnes.bondesson@slu.se

For more information please contact any of the coordinators:

E-mail: youthinstitute@slu.se

Anna-Klara Lindeborg (Uppsala):
Telephone: +46-(0)706-95 96 65

Elisabeth Nyström (Umeå Region):
Telephone: +46(0)90-786 82 38

Kristina Karlsson Green (Lund/Malmö):
Telephone: +46-(0)40-41 53 02

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