The Youth Journal takes pride in being able to cooperate and partner with the following organizations listed below.


InnovaYouth works to develop active and compassionate lifelong learners, inspire leadership through innovation, and enable students to make exceptional contributions in the world as global citizens. Although college and career readiness pervade education, they are often detached from the intellectual sparks that motivate a student to pursue knowledge and discover innovative concepts.

The Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect


The Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (CCR2P) is a non-profit, non-partisan research organization which aims to promote scholarly engagement and political implementation of the R2P principle. It is based at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.

The Global Millenial


The Global Millennial is a think-tank for global economic discussion. Our goal is to bring educated, relevant, and unique perspectives on global affairs through the form of articles and video. Our writers span all areas of the globe and vary greatly in age and expertise. Some of our writers are university students, while others are accomplished professors and economists. Together, we aim to promote a more educated future by providing a greater knowledge around the studies of economics and political science.

Toronto International Affairs


Toronto International Affairs offers students in the Toronto area the opportunity to learn more about politics, international affairs, and Model United Nations. TIA was born when the co-founders were discussing the fact that most students today do not have access to much education about international affairs. TIA seeks to fix that problem, and among its operations it hosts a yearly Model United Nations conference entitled Toronto MUN. TIA aims to give the leaders of tomorrow the knowledge that they need to truly become the leaders of tomorrow.



Cognitio is an open online platform that provides universal note-sharing to students for free.Every student deserves the right to achieve their full potential, and to achieve this goal we are committed to actively providing quality notes and revision tips for students across Canada. We bring people together in a community of mutual learning, and everything is designed with the student’s success in mind.

Toronto Youth Network

The Toronto Youth Network is a student-led organization in the Greater Toronto Area dedicated to growing students’ connections and allowing for networking with one another through numerous events held throughout the year. Our Mission is to provide students with an atmosphere that facilitates learning, growth, as well as meeting amazing people during the process. TYN partners with various youth organizations to bring amazing networking and learning opportunities to young people across the GTA.