- Building Great Corporate Citizenship and Global Leadership
- How to find meaning in a material world
- How to raise socially-conscious and compassionate young people
- What can we lean from high performing non-profit organizations
Craig Kielburger ‘s youth empowerment, (the world’s leading youth-driven), who has inspired an entire generation to stand up and have their voices heard.
He has helped build more than 500 schools throughout Asia, Africa and Latin America, providing daily education to more than 50,000 children.
Through its Adopt a Village development model, it has established more than 23,500 alternative income projects to assist women and their families in achieving sustainable incomes.
It is an unprecedented program, designed to educate and inspire more than one million young people across North America to become socially engaged and take action to help their underprivileged peers overseas.
His goal is to encourage ethical living and social responsibility, while also helping children achieve financial sustainability. Last year alone, he worked with more than half a million people and some of the best-known companies in the world to make social change as easy as buying an organic fair trade T-shirt.
Craig has a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies and is the youngest-ever student in the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program.
Craig has received four honorary doctorates for his work in the field of education and human rights.
He has traveled to more than 50 countries, visiting underprivileged children and helping with humanitarian projects and development initiatives.
Together with his brother Marc Kielburger, Craig is a syndicated columnist carried by the Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun and Huffington Post, as well as for widely-read women’s magazine, Canadian Living.
Craig has been awarded many national and international awards for his work, including
The Roosevelt Freedom Medal,
The World Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child
(often called the Children’s Nobel Prize) and
he is one of the youngest recipients of The Order of Canada.
Craig’s work has been featured on
The Oprah Winfrey Show,
The Today Show,
and in People,
Craig and Marc Kielburger are two of the world’s leading figures in corporate social responsibility, social activism and youth empowerment.
They are New York Times, winners of the Children’s Nobel Prize, inspirational speakers and have transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of children worldwide.
Over the past decade, Craig and Marc have spoken to well over one million people from educational, youth, non-profit and corporate audiences. They have shared the podium numerous times with luminaries such as President Bill Clinton, the Dalai Lama, Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu and have addressed major national and international gatherings, including the United Nations and the World Economic Forum.
A session with Craig and Marc is truly an unforgettable experience. Adopting a high energy approach, which has captivated audiences world-wide, these youthful visionaries will discuss their own personal path and provide customized remarks to ensure high take-away value for any gathering
Books by Craig & Marc Kielburger
- Free the Children
- Take Action! A Guide to Active Citizenship
- Take More Action
- Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World