Join us on this journey of local actions for global impact

We are young active citizens from all over the world. Living, communicating, taking action and creating impact in our community. Are you a young active citizen? Do you want to make a difference ? 

Welcome to Junior Chamber Copenhagen International (JCICI)

The leading global network of young active citizens.

JCICI is a chapter in Copenhagen and part of JCI Denmark.

It was founded in November 2003 at the JCI World Congress in Copenhagen.

JCICI is a nonprofit and politicaly neutral organization, providing development opportunities for professionals and entrepreneurs in their 20s and 30s.  

JCICI is the only English-speaking chapter of JCI in the Capital Region. Our members are mostly expats and internationally-minded Danes between 18 and 40 years old, active in a wide range of industries and committed to crating impact in their communities

Through the years, we have developed and cultivated our unique international and welcoming atmosphere.  Join us in order to practice leadership roles, participate in projects and network:
– locally at workshops
– regionally in trainings
– internationally at conferences.

What we do

Active Citizen Framework™

Today’s global challenges require innovative and creative solutions. JCI empowers young people to become active citizens, take responsibility for global challenges in their community and identify targeted, sustainable solutions. Motivated by the passion to transform their community and the world, JCI members have the courage to address the most critical challenges of our time.

Designed to address all types of community challenges, the Active Citizen FrameworkTM outlines a methodology for conducting grassroots projects, building sustainable solutions that address a community’s most urgent need. Together, these grassroots projects from around the world create global change.

Learn more about JCI Active Citizen Framework

We aim to promote personal and professional growth via relevant experience. This includes trainings with leading experts, networking opportunities and hands-on learning providing tangible skills.


We seek to create and sustain a positive impact within the local community by responding to real-time needs.


Our mission is to actively promote the Copenhagen start-up ecosystem for young entrepreneurs by offering events, trainings and partnerships with key players.


We offers many opportunities throughout the year to attend international events, conferences, partnership summits and connect with other like minded young-leaders around the world.



October 2020

JCI Denmark National Congress in Sønderborg, October 2-3th

Online Workshop on “Psychological First Aid” in COVID-19 pandemic by Psychosocial Support Center of Red Cross, October 8th 

Visit to the Danish Scout Association (Den Danske Sperjderkorps), October 14th

November 2020

JCI and AIESEC- A longtime relationship, November 11th

JCICI General Assembly, November 23th

December 2020

JCICI Christmas Party, December 5th


Latest News

Meeting with the participants of the JCICI Young Entrepreneur of the Year(YEY), May 2020

In May 13th 2020 we host for the first time the JCICI Young Entrepreneur of the Year (YEY) 2020 competition. It is a new concept, similar to the Danish Årets UngesErvhersleder (ÅUE) from which we are trying to find a #JCICI candidate for the #JCIDenmark TOYP 2020-

The 🥇winner of the TOYP 2020 will represent #JCIDenmark at the European TOYP Award and if lucky, at the JCI TOYP World Award both events held in 2021.

The topic of this year was:
#entrepreneurship: climbing the pick or a rollercoaster?
The start-ups present were:

📌Let leg – with their founder, Micki Kold Nagel
🏆 BlueLobster – with the co-founder Nima Tisdall
📌TrainAway – with the co-founder Mikael Vincents Nielsen
📌Copenhagen Trackers – with the founder Christian Olesen

Thanks to Binne Huitema, Ahn Lykke Pedersen, and Thomas Nissen for standing up as judges and helping find a winner.

During the meeting, Louise E. Baunsgaard, founder and former owner of 📌Let’z Sushi 🍣 stressed out her points in the path to becoming an entrepreneur:

🔎Before you start the business, you should identify the need of the society.
🗝 After you have started the business, you should be motivated by the WHY you are doing this.

Also, Claus Birkedal, a business developer from the #CopenhagenBusinessHub presented the organization and its purpose: to help simple ideas, to become #businessideas and later on #startup companies.

Both Louise and Claus can be reached out at the Copenhagen Business Hub and can advise you for free how to build your start-up!

 JCICI Summer Party June 2020

On Saturday 13th of June, JCI Copenhagen International welcomed the summer with a unique Summer Party 🥳

Our Local President Jean Luc organized a special program for that day. We started by visiting the Mosede Fort Museum to learn about Danish history during the First World War!

After the museum, Eva Marianne Rosenbæk-Svane and her lovely family hosted us in their beautiful house and cooked us a tasty lunch.

It was the first time that JCICI members gathered after the lockdown and therefore we had to catch up with some certificates and awards🏅

The Local President awarded Anh Lykke Pedersen with the “Member of the Month- March 2020” award for her contributions in the chapter. Then, he officially welcomed Vasiliki Stavroglou and certificated her as a “Member” in the world’s leading network of active citizens- JCI!🔝🌍

And as JCI is about developing skills and competencies…We had our session with games 🤹‍♀️🎭🥁 This time we tested our knowledge about the Municipality of Solrød 😆😆 and our knowledge about Russian traditions and language🇷🇺 Well we had a winner Susanne Rasmussen!!!!🏆🥇

It was a lovely day among friends: following the Danish authorities’ restrictions and recommendation due to COVID19, only JCICI members were invited to the JCICI 2020 Summer Party🎉🎉🎉

Visit to the Embassy of Romania in Copenhagen, August 2020

In August 19th, JCICI visited the residency of the Ambassador of Romania in the Kingdom of Denmark and Iceland Alexandru Gradinar.
The Ambassador talked about the investment opportunities and the tourism culture that Romania offers. Moreover, His Excellency talked about the relations between Romania and Denmark and the existence of the trade, limited through, between the two countries. JCICI would like to thank His Excellency Alexandru Gradinar for his hospitality and the great evening!
During the event, members and guests, participated in the annual Golden Microphone competition!
The judges had praise for all participants and their fine speaking skills, however, 🏆Mia Negru won with her speech on networking and qualified for the regional finals!
We hope to see Mia qualify for the national finals💪

Visit to the Embassy of Japan in Copenhagen, September 2020

On September 16th, JCICI visited the Embassy of Japan in Copenhagen. The evening started with a short intro of JCI in the world and in Denmark, by the National President of JCI Denmark, Susanne Nielsen, who honored the ambassador with a JCI Danmark pin and a 2020 JCI World Congress pin. 

The ambassador followed with a presentation of Japan, going through the economic, socio-politics and cultural relations between Japan and Denmark. On the last one, we were told about the renovation at the H.C. Andersen Museum in Odense with the participation of the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.

During the meeting, it was introduced the World Food Campaign, called the Onigiri Action. The campaign runs from October 1st to October 31st.

To know more about the campaign, please check the following link: 

For dinner, we had a typical Japanese box at the embassy and extended the evening at the Tokyo Restaurant on Vesterbrogade. 


Projects provide solutions and raise awareness of challenges faced by Copenhagen people in all areas of life. By partnering with local academic bodies, businesses, charities and NGOs – we motivate young people to get involved and make a difference for all in Copenhagen.


The Golden Microphone is one of JCI’s proud traditions

JCI Copenhagen Internation is the winner of the competition for 2018 and is the organizing chapter in 2019.


The next World Cleanup Day will take place on 21 September 2019.

On that day volunteers and partners worldwide again will come together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets.


We want to call and motivate young people all over Europe to step up for Europe and take action to shape the future of their continent.

Young leaders must act now by embracing their shared European identity, advocating for the positions of young active citizens in Europe and taking part in political decision-making processes.


In 2015, in collaboration with the United Nations office based in Liberia,
the JCI Copenhagen International managed to fundraise the amount of ~8000 dkk to the Kingsley Lington elementary school located in Louisiana township, Montserrado county, in Liberia.

The money was used to buy around 40 books covering 6 different subjects, with a hope that several students would have the necessary school furniture to receive basic education. 


The High 5 for Goal 5 project won the price for the best project 2017 on the National JCI conference .

The aim of the project was to achieve instant recognition of the 5th Sustainable Goal, “Gender Equality” . We believe that gender equality is approachable through different levels of mentality and  therefore we equally adress youngsters, adults and elderly to share their stories and life-long experiences with the gender-based inequalities.

Through the project we committed to a continuously awareness and engagemement of youngsters,adults and elderly in playing an active role on gender eguality in their local communities.

Contact us

JCI is a place for you to learn new skills and make an impact to the world starting with your local community and country. To learn how to become a member of JCI Copenhagen International or join our next meeting, please fill our the form below.