Who we are
Generation Global is the flagship education programme of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. We help young people embrace their future, equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become active, global and open-minded citizens.
Young people are more resilient in the face of global challenges, because education systems are more inclusive and better equipped to support their development into active and open-minded global citizens.
What we do
We work with young people up to the age of 17, working in partnership with governments, school networks and not-for-profit organisations to help young people navigate globalisation and life’s opportunities and challenges in a peaceful way.
We offer free, flexible teaching resources for 11-17-year-olds, and high-quality training and support for teachers and schools. Our facilitated videoconferences and online global community connect students around the world.
Generation Global has supported more than half a million young people and trained over 13,000 teachers from more than 30 countries. Our model has been tried and tested in partnership with seven governments and our resources are recognised as best practice by the UK Department for Education, UNESCO, the Brookings Institute and the National Council for Social Studies.