Developing global citizens through intercultural dialogue

Generation Global is the Tony Blair Institute's global citizenship education programme for young people ages 13 to 17 that enables them to embrace the future, equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to become active and open-minded global citizens.

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Join a global community of over 69,500 young people and 6,700 educators 🌎
2457 young people and 371 educators are already participating from the United States πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Platform for students

The Ultimate Dialogue Adventure

Join this online adventure to learn the skills of dialogue, explore different perspectives and global topics, and build intercultural connections with young people all over the world!

Platform for teachers

Access to classroom resources

Explore resources, tools, and trainings to teach and develop the skills and competencies of dialogue in your learning community. Register here to be part of the Generation Global network.

We are active in over 30 countries, including some of the most challenging regions.
Access is limited to young people and educators, and every interaction is monitored and moderated.
Supporting You
Our support team is here to help you get the most out of the programme.
We offer Generation Global free of charge, with no subscription or setup fees.

Our approach

Dialogue is at the heart of the programme. We offer flexible and easy to use teaching resources on a range of global issues. Through our facilitated video conferences and online community, students interact directly with their peers around the world, engaging in dialogue on issues of culture, identity, beliefs, values, and attitudes.

All our resources and video conferences are free for educators and young people.

Get involved!

Find ways in which you can volunteer with us. We have opportunities for both educators and young people.


  • As a teacher, I see a lot of positive changes in my student's behaviour. They have become more tolerant toward each other and they look at the world around them more positively. They have developed a great degree of empathy.

    Teacher, Ukraine

  • When I joined Generation Global, I lacked self-confidence but soon I witnessed a remarkable change in my personality. Coming across people with different thoughts, values, religions, languages, and cultures is bound to broaden your mind and make you see the world with an entirely new vision.

    Student, India

  • Deliberately teaching students the skills to dialogue will help create a strong constituency that reaches out to persons of different cultures and faiths. I endorse this free resource for use in the Philippines as it can help create a culture of understanding.

    Undersecretary, Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process in the Philippines

  • The driving purpose of the Generation Global programme is to use tech connectivity to reach as many students as we can and give them the ability and capacity to think in an open-minded way towards those that have different backgrounds and beliefs.

    The Rt Hon Tony Blair

  • After a 2 day workshop teachers have reported the enthusiastic engagement of their students in Essentials of Dialogue and after their first video conference, reported their students to be highly excited by the experience.

    Teaching and Learning Officer, Department of Education Northern Territory Government

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