Confederation of Young Leaders (CYL) has been a pioneer in organizing national and international congresses & conventions to unleash India’s soft power potential. CYL has successfully led Track II Diplomatic dialogues between foreign missions and young people in India and is distinguished to be the only youth organization working in this sphere. The Confederation has implemented several programmes at the global level for making the world citizenry aware regarding the need for Track II diplomatic dialogues in order to promote young people to people friendship with partner countries. In this connection, several youth dialogues have been conducted by the confederation in collaboration with foreign missions in India in the year 2018 with China, Norway, Serbia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Azerbaijan, Vietnam, Guatemala, Botswana, Seychelles and Peru. The youth dialogue series has drawn wide attention from the political and academic circles of India including from the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri. Narendra Modi.
Confederation of Young Leaders (CYL) has been established viewing the urgent need for mutual and practical cooperation among the Youth Organizations, exchange of information, export and import of educational know-how, control on replication of efforts and wastage in youth-oriented education, besides strengthening the financial health of the existing youth organization for the ideal development of New Young India, the "Confederation of Young Leaders (CYL)" has been established with the co-sponsorship of selected youth level organizations in India.
CYL has been entrenched with a view to organizing and conducting programmes having social, cultural, developmental, educational, scientific, technological, environmental, economic and positive contents for the optimum development of our country. Confederation of Young Leaders has envisaged a ten year (2018-2027) learning and teaching methodologies for ensuring gainful employment for the young boys and girls belonging to all the States and the Union Territories for producing trained manpower.
India is poised to take over the developed nations to materialize at the top of the heap in the global superpower league by 2030. More than half of its billion population is under the age of 35. With an average age of 29, India is likely to be the world’s youngest country by 2020. We are proud to introduce one of the most illustrious panel of people who would be serving on the Board of Advisors for Confederation of Young Leaders. From Former Governors to UN Advisors, From Vice Chancellors to decorated Bureaucrats. We are grateful to all of them for their support.