The Junior 8 Summit

The Junior 8 Summit – also known as the J8 – is an annual meeting of 14-17 year old representatives of the G8 member nations as well as Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa.  Members of the J8 meet to discuss the issues raised at the G8 Leaders’ Summit and to draw up proposals to be considered by the G8. 

Comments on this article

Steve 24 August, 2012

How can a member of the Junior 8 be promoted to a member of the full G8?
Thank you.

Toluwanimi Olubode 23 January, 2013

How do I get the opportunity to be part of the J8 summit as a Canadian Citizen. I am 14 years old and in grade 9. Thank you.

Saurabh Pokhriyal 26 March, 2013

How can a member of the Junior 8 be promoted to a member of the full G8?
Thank you.

ABAIGH 20 May, 2013

HOW CAN A MEMBER OF THE JUNIOR 8 BE PROMOTED TO A MEMBER OF THE FULL G8? THANK YOU.

Blaise 17 June, 2013

how can i become a member of J8

Dav Nkosi 23 August, 2015

Does always J8 discuss the issues raised at G8?why must J8 draw up the proposal to be considered G8 not members of the J8/united nation/world bank.J8 is a very good organisation because it consists of developing countries e.g Brazil,developed countries e.g China.this will boost developing countries big time and give them protection over developed nations.this is a great initiative by J8,well done

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