What If we could eliminate some of the many social problems around the globe?
What if resources went towards real change rather than band-aid approaches?
What if we went Beyond Good Ideas and Made Real Change Happen!
We support the creation of best practices, awareness building and partnership/coalition development, that works to address current pressing issues. Our role is to encourage activities, strategic thinking and large scale efforts to bring about social change.
We have developed a strategy to address the issues impacting collaboration and increasing competition, that are impeding social problem elimination. Our youth initiative, the Alliance for Positive Youth Development(APYD), is an example of this strategy.
The Alliance for Positive Youth Development is a national platform that allows for networking and professional development for youth development professionals, ongoing assessment of youth needs and significant increased positive outcomes for youth led by The SISGI Group though 2024.
The outcomes of the APYD focus on developing a strategic platform to address the needs and development of young people. We are collecting and sharing best practices from across the country with parents, practitioners, community leaders, youth leaders, policymakers and educators.
The goal of this initiative is to raise awareness and bring to scale, effective strategies for sustainable positive youth impacts that create a GOLDEN© generation.
We focus on 6 strategies of Youth Empowerment:
G - Giving Back
O - Open to differences
L - loving yourself unconditionally
D – Defending against oppression
E – Empowering yourself and others
N – Never Giving Up
View this presentation to learn more about our youth initiative, the Alliance for Positive Youth Development. Use the arrows to click through the presentation
You can connect with the Alliance for Positive Youth Development in a variety of ways:
Join us for our Tweetchats, by using #APYD in your tweets.
Read our blog posts on youth issues on the NotEnoughGood.com blog
Join us for the Second Annual Best Practices for Youth Conference August 2013. More information to come soon!