The principal socio-economic differences in the world point to the deepening loopholes that undermine the equality of opportunities and the sense of self-worth of youth living in distress and poverty.
Many studies prove that volunteerism and mutual responsibility contribute significantly to strengthening the resilience of society, reducing and bridging social gaps, consolidating the identity and achievements of youth, and establishing a better and juster society.
These factors led Caesar Trade to promote educational programs with the understanding that approaching the younger generation with an emphasis on youth from a low socioeconomic background and child at risk will be able to influence its future, creating an infrastructure of local leadership and social entrepreneurship in local communities. The assimilation of values of giving and volunteering, development of leadership skills and social entrepreneurship among these youth, will serve as a model for a healthier, more ethical and just society.
Youth ages 12-18 from various educational frameworks: schools, community centers, youth villages, hothouses and hostels for youth at risk.
Model and structure
Understanding the importance of the values of volunteerism, leadership and social entrepreneurship in the lives of youth and the potential for impact on their future, Youth Caesar Trade is a multi-year activity, creating a young generation of social leaders and leaders working for their communities.