Good Will Expeditions are voyages across the world of groups of young people to cultures and countries dissimilar to one’s own. In an expedition usually upto 4 countries are covered with strong local participation. The aim is to create opportunity and occasion for young people to meet and combine their knowledge and experiences – to bring them together.
Some basic features of a Good Will Expedition are cross-cultural knowledge, Insights into history of a country or culture, meetings and living with locals, buddying with host culture, fun and adventures in nature and joint activities. All activities are threaded together with the Good Will Philosophy™ and the mission of bringing the world together in Good Will is ever present in the events and goings-on. Prominent people in every culture and society participate in the expeditions lending their wisdom and experience to the youth.
Good Will Expeditions are an important part of “The Great Good Will Exercise™” (Maha Maitri Abhyaas) that promotes Good Will among the youth of the world. As part of this exercise, Good Will creates expeditions in various parts of the world, including, Americas, Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, Africa, India, South East Asia, Asia Pacific and Australia
Good Will Expeditions are the breeding ground of new leadership, innovation, creativity and bold ideas. Expeditions generate socio-philosophical-spiritual consciousness. Young leaders who exhibit these qualities are rewarded and inspired to lead other young people. The Good Will cause multiplies with the participation of inspired young people from across the globe.
Good Will Expeditions give opportunities for young people to go to countries and cultures vastly dissimilar to one’s own. Good Will cultivates young leaders and trains them and gives them a platform to showcase their leadership abilities and their good will. In the process of teaching and leading by example in countries that are culturally diverse from their own, the young people in the Good Will Expeditions excel at understanding others, develop a keen sense of self and their own culture, learn through adventure and make lasting friendships.
Along with cross-cultural learning, insights into history of cultures, adventure and loads of fun and enjoyment, the participants and young leaders of Good Will Expeditions learn the Good Will Philosophy™ of willing good for good to happen in the world and in their individual lives. The expeditions make them strong, resilient, culturally aware and capable young people.
Who can participate in the Good Will Expeditions?
Any young person from age 13 to 30 can participate in the expeditions. The organisers and coordinators are not bound by the age limit.
Objectives of Good Will Expeditions
Create expeditions to dissimilar cultures
To experience historical places by being there
Meet, commune and work with local people through joint activity
Learn through adventure and being in nature
Identify youth leaders and present them with resources and opportunity to bring the world together.
Gallery of the Good Will Expedition to Europe in April 2016
South American Expedition – Jan-Feb 2017
European Expedition in April 2017
African Expedition in August 2017
Australian Expedition in October 2017
Asian Expedition in December 2017
Good Will is currently creating expeditions the 7 locations in the world, where there is Good Will Society’s presence.
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Become a youth leader
If you believe in Good Will you can become a Youth Leader. The Good Will Movement needs youth leaders. Youth leaders typically have the following qualities. They
Believe in the Good Will Philosophy
Are Fearless and Enterprising
Love to lead, take responsibility and create
Willing to continuous learn