IYF

History


  • 2016

  • 2015

  • 2014

  • 2013

  • 2012

  • 2011

  • 2010

  • 2009

  • 2008

  • 2007

  • 2006

  • 2005

  • 2004

  • 2003

  • 2002

  • 2001

  • 2000


2016

· The 5th IYF overseas volunteers to Southeast Asia
· Sent the 15th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (422 people to 62 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 14th Good News Corps volunteers (10 cities)


2015

· The 4th IYF overseas volunteers to Southeast Asia
· Sent the 14th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (412 people to 58 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 13th Good News Corps volunteers (10 cities)
· Held 2015 World Camp in 25 countries 34 times
· 2015 IYF World Cultural Camp in Korea (2,442 people from 61 countries)
· The 5th Minister of Youth World Forum (42 ministers from 26 countries)
· The 3rd World Education Leaders Forum 35 leaders from 18 countries)
· The national final of the 15th IYF National English Speech Contest
for middle school, high school and university students


2014

· Sent the 13th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (447 people to 74 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 12th Good News Corps volunteers (8 cities)
· Held the 2014 World Camp in 29 countries 37 times
· 2014 IYF World Cultural Camp in Korea (2,819 people in 55 countries)
· The 4th Minister of Youth World Forum (36 ministers from 22 countries)
· The 2nd World Education Leaders Forum (47 leaders from 22 countries)
· The national final of the 14th IYF National English Speech Contest
for middle school, high school and university students)


2013

· Sent the 12th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (411 people to 66 countries)
· The 3rd IYF overseas volunteers to Southeast Asia
· Homecoming Festival of the 11th Good News Corps volunteers (9 cities)
· 2013 IYF World Cultural Camp in Korea (3,289 people from 47 countries)
(change of name)
· The 3rd Minister of Youth World Forum (44 ministers from 24 countries)
· The 1st World Education Leaders Forum (16 universities)
· Held the 2013 World Camp in 34 countries
· The 13th IYF National English Speech Contest for middle school,
high school and university students


2012

· 2012 IYF Global Camp in Thailand
· The 2nd IYF overseas volunteers to Southeast Asia
· Sent the 11th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (503 people to 70 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 12th Good News Corps volunteers (8 cities)
· Held the 2012 World Camp in 33 countries
· 2012 the 2nd Minister of Youth World Forum (32 ministers from 23 countries)
· The 12th IYF National English Speech Contest for middle school,
high school and university students


2011

· 2011 IYF Global Camp in Thailand
· The 1st IYF overseas volunteers to Southeast Asia
· Sent the 10th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (523 people to 68 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 9th Good News Corps volunteers (10 cities)
· Held the 2011 World Camp in 39 countries
· 2011 the 1st Minister of Youth World Forum (22 ministers from 21 countries)
· The 11th IYF National English Speech Contest for middle school,
high school and university students


2010

· 2010 IYF Global Camp in Hong Kong
· Sent the 9th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (380 people to 65 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 8th Good News Corps volunteers (10 cities)
· Held the 2010 World Camp in 30 countries
· Received ‘the Prize of the Minister of Gender Equality and Family’ at the
2010 Korean Youth Exhibition
· The 10th IYF National English Speech Contest for middle school,
high school and university students
· National tour of the musical ‘Heo Jun’


2009

· 2009 IYF Global Camp in Malaysia (1,534 participants)
· Sent the 8th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (420 people to 65 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 7th Good News Corps volunteers (8 cities)
· Held the 2009 World Camp in 10 countries
· The 5th IYF Culture (World Culture Experience Expo) [Seoul Land]
· National tour of the musical ‘Heo Jun’


2008

· 2008 IYF Global Camp in Australia (1,831 participants)
· Sent the 7th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (605 people to 80 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 6th Good News Corps volunteers (9 cities)
· Held the 2008 World Camp in 4 countries
· Agreement ceremony for Exchange and Cooperation with Austrian Youth Association (OJAB)
· Received the 2008 Minister prize of Health and Welfare as memorial
group citation on Youth Week
· The 4th IYF Culture (World Culture Experience Expo) [Seoul Land]


2007

· 2007 IYF Global Camp in Thailand (2,275 participants)
· Sent the 6th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (630 people to 75 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 5th Good News Corps volunteers (9 cities)
· The 1st World Camp in Mexico
· The 3rd IYF Culture (World Culture Experience Expo) [COEX]


2006

· 2006 IYF Global Camp in Hawaii (1,800 participants)
· Sent the 5th IYF Good News Corps volunteers (551 people to 60 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 4th Good News Corps Volunteers (10 cities)c · The 2nd IYF Culture (World Culture Experience Expo) [COEX]


2005

· 2005 IYF Global Camp in Australia (1,520 participants)
· Sent the 4th IYF Good News Corps overseas volunteers (237 people to 49 countries)
(change of name from IYF Youth overseas field study)
· Homecoming Festival of the 3rd Good News Corps volunteers
(change of name from Homecoming Festival of overseas field study students)
· Opened the IYF East Seoul Lincoln School
· Received ‘Grand Prize for Social Contribution in Korea’ (International Exchange field)
· Signing ceremony for Exchange and Cooperation with Woollongong in Australia
· The 1st IYF Culture (World Culture Experience Expo) (sponsored by COEX,
National Youth Commission, Ministry of Culture and Tourism)


2004

· Sent the 3rd IYF youth overseas field study (110 students to 45 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 2nd overseas field study students
· The 7th IYF World Camp (sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism)


2003

· Sent the 2nd IYF youth overseas field study (31 students to 31 countries)
· Homecoming Festival of the 1st overseas field study students


2002

· Sent the 1st youth overseas volunteers (14 students to 10 countries)
· 2002 FIFA Korea-Japan World Cup interpreting volunteer service


2001

· Foundation of IYF (founded as an international organization that
takes full charge of problems of the youth)
· Established 10 IYF branches in Korea, and 10 IYF branches abroad.
· Formed 『International Youth Fellowship』 and received a permission
as a cooperation
· The 1st IYF National English Speech Contest for middle school,
high school and university students
· The 4th IYF World Camp
(held by IYF, change of name, decided to hold the camp every year)


1995~
2000

·‘95. 7. The 1st South Korea-U.S Combined Youth Camp
(second-generation Korean Americans, Korean university students)
·‘99. 7. The 3rd International Youth Camp
(expanded to the World Camp, change of name)