The Sustainable Development Goals are AYUDH’s blueprint for action. AYUDH projects help young people to express creative potential, gain self-confidence, and implement ideas for how to make the world a better place. Ultimately, the goal is to reach a more sustainable and equitable society that will bring a future of peace and unity for our fragile planet.
AYUDH is empowering and mobilizing youth to foster a more inclusive and interconnected society through community outreach, voluntary service and social change initiatives.
Around the world members of AYUDH, our youth movement, are taking further action to help humanity return to balance with nature. In terms of personal development, it is their wish to connect on a deeper level with the environment.
On this year's Earth Day, the focus was one of the essential elements—to plant trees and gardens.
Swami Amritaswarupananda Puri, Vice-Chairman of Mata Amritanandamayi Math, gave the keynote address at AYUDH Europe’s 2019 Youth Summit. AYUDH is Embracing the World’s youth wing, and in Brombachtal, Germany, more than 400 people of 27 nationalities explored the theme of "Celebrating Diversity". In his speech, Swamiji emphasized the need for people to be open to "emotional diversity" across its entire spectrum.
AYUDH connects young people with senior policy makers and involves them in writing policy papers to advance national and international policy. AYUDH strengthens international understanding and multiculturalism and develops inter-cultural competencies within the framework of active, democratic citizenship.