IAG Mision

Educate young leaders about the importance of human rights and the 2030 agenda so that they can be agents of change and can positively impact in their localities and in the world.

IAG Vision

Create a world in which people can lead a full life thanks to respect for human rights, the environment, as well as the responsible use of public resources in order to generate sustainability.

IAG Values
  • Respect
  • Team Work
  • Sustainability
  • Commitment to the world
  • Transparecy
  • Collaboration
  • Autonomy
  • Empathy


In June of 2020, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of young students met in a Virtual Model of United Nations organized by the ECOSOC NGO Associazione Diplomatici. When it ended, they swore to materialize the desire to change the world and took the decision to fund International Action Group (IAG).

Now, IAG is made up of a diverse team of students and professionals from more than fourteen countries and with a presence in four continents, they speak dozens of different languages ​​and have multiple and rich cultures.




Besides, the enormous amount of daily and quality content about 2030 Agenda, IAG has been running campaigns and events to raise awareness in its community about violence against women, human rights violations and the right to protest, migration and refugee crisis, wildlife protection, international affairs, democracy, politics, ethics and public policies, women empowerment, and others. 

#OrangeDays (joining the UN Women initiative):

IAG invited its followers to write a message of protest and publish it on social media, obtaining a large participation.

"Strategic plan for the preservation, transfer and exhibition of the street memorial of Park 7 of June, Miraflores"

IAG developed a strategy to preserve more than a thousand banners in homage to Inti Sotelo and Bryan Pintado -deadly victims of police brutality during 2020 protest for democracy in Lima, Peru- towards the Place of Memory and Social Inclusion (LUM). A Human Rights Awareness Raising campaign that required extensive coordination with municipal authorities, government, volunteers and the media, and which turned out to be a success.

“Penguin Awareness Day”:

IAG invited its community to celebrate that day, talking about preservation and the necessity of taking care of vulnerable species such as penguins, with videos, quizzes and a live webinar.

“Migration Week”

IAG invited its followers to join the debate about migration through Instagram stories, Q&As and polls. All the daily content during that week (articles, posts, videos) were focused on migrants, refugees and the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on those vulnerable groups.

“Impact of USA General Elections in Americas Regional”.

Instagram Live: Interview with Mr. Anthony Medina, Director of the School of Politic Science and Government of Catholic University of Santa María, Peru (11/14/2020).

“Home? Palestinian Refugee Camps”

Instagram Live: Interview with Ms. Yafa El Masri from the Department of Historical and Geographical Sciences and the Ancient World, University of Padua, Italy (12/26/2020).

“Ethics for a better Republic”

Zoom Meeting: Webinar directed by Mr. Ronald Cárdenas, professor and principal investigator from University of Lima (2/27/2021)

“Women in Stem”

Youtube Live: Webinar directed by engineers Ms. Federica Angeletti and Ms. Alice Pellegrino (3/22/2021).

“Climate Action”

Instagram TV: Interview with Mr. Neeshad Shafi, qatari climate activist ranked as one of the World’s 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy (4/10/2021).

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