JCI is a worldwide federation of women and men aged 18 to 40 years. Apolitical and non-denominational movement, its mission is to contribute to the advancement of the global community by giving young people the means to develop leadership skills, social responsibility, the friendly relations and entrepreneurship necessary to create change positive. The basis of its action are individual liberty, respect for the human person, the defense of free enterprise and the avoidance of arbitrariness.
JCI is a global federation bringing together men and women between the ages of 18 and 40. An apolitical and non-denominational movement, its purpose is to contribute to the progress of the global community by providing young people with the means to develop their management skills, social responsibility, network of friends and business acumen, all necessary for making a positive change. The basis of its activities include the freedom of individuals, respect for human beings and defence of free enterprise.
6.000 local organisations in 120 countries and territories are affiliated to JCI, which has 4 geographical zones (America, Africa, Asia, and Europe). It uses 4 official languages (English, Japanese, French and Spanish)
JCI members are men and women from various professional, social, political and religious backgrounds most of whom are executives, company directors or work on a freelance basis. As actors of their generation, they are motivated by the same desire to ensure the economic development of their cities. Through their commitment, tangible projects and their participation in appropriate training programmes, they demonstrate civic and social responsibility.
Today, JCI has 200,000 members and millions of past members. Amongst them are numerous public figures such as Charles Lindbergh, Kofi Annan, Bill Clinton, Jacques Chirac and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Honorary President of the Junior Chamber International Monaco.