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It looks like young people are losing faith in global leadership

One Young World Founder Kate Robertson sets the bar high for expectations from world leaders attending Davos. 

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Access to essential medicines

New medicines and treatments have improved the handling and treatment of major diseases, yet major inefficiency prevents low and middle income countries from accessing essential treatments. Mariana Santos assesses this inequity.

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It's OK to be OK: A View on Talent Management

Intrapreneur Tim Heard addresses the issue of talent retention and the need for talent development points.

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Malta's firsts in LGBTI rights

Malta became the first European country to ban conversion therapy on LGBTI people. Mina Tolu writes on Malta's progress for LGBTI rights.

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The rise of gender finance

Sameer Chand explores how we can advance the agenda of gender finance.

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Standing Rock: a global environmental movement led by indigenous youth

After months of protest, the Dakota Access Pipeline permit has been denied, and indigenous youth are largely to thank. Anna Hohag assesses whether or not the battle for protecting indigenous water and culture is over. 

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The world is watching: we need inclusive conversations

How does Colombia move forward after the plebiscite? Felipe González Andersen sheds light on the road to peace. 

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These Millennials are taking action for Colombia

Despite the result of the referendum held on October 2, Jonathan Lopez Naranjo discusses how Colombian citizens have been engaging in peaceful marches in support of reconciliation.

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One Young World has done it again: I am re-energised, inspired & empowered

After attending her second One Young World Summit, Coordinating Ambassador Florence Masetla maps her journey from Bangkok to Ottawa.

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Young generations have the power & influence to change the world

Tim Baice, Coordinating Ambassador for Oceania, emphasizes the role of One Young World Summit as a global movement and a unique platform for all young people from the small islands of the Pacific.

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