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3 things we learned from the Global Terrorism Index 2017

Last week, the Institute of Economics and Peace released its fifth edition of the Global Terrorism Index, which provides a detailed overview of the key global trends and patterns in terrorism over the past 17 years.

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#ThirtyFiveto350K: Support women & girl survivors of ISIS

Founder of The Lotus Flower, Taban Soresh, is celebrating her birthday by raising awareness of her work to support those who have been traumatised with rape, sexual slavery and losing loved ones. 

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World Children’s Day: A world with little remorse

On World Children's Day, One Young World Peace Ambassador Abraham M. Keita reflects on the status of children's rights around the world. 

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“The situation was inevitable." Read how young leaders in Zimbabwe see their future

Read what OYW Ambassadors based in Zimbabwe and neighboring countries think about the recent takeover by the Zimbabwean military.

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Meet the social entrepreneurs who won funding at OYW

For the third year, One Young World partnered with the Resolution Project to support students who are making a positive change in their community. 

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5 ways attending the One Young World Summit will leave lasting impact

One Young World Ambassadors share how attending the Summit inspired them to take action and make an impact. 

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One Planet, One World

After her first One Young World Summit, Parul Kaul reflects on the power of interconnectedness. 

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Chartered Accountants rise to the challenge as One Young World sets global goals

“Incredible”, “invigorating”, “perspective-changing": the experience of ten Chartered Accountants at One Young World

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Ten things I learned at One Young World

One Young World Ambassador Jonny Jacobs shares the lessons he learned at the Summit and how he will take them forward. 

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Ending corruption: Mohamed Amersi outlines Ten Corporate Commandments

On Day 1 of the One Young World Summit 2017, Mohamed Amersi, Founder & CEO of Emergent Telecom Ventures and Head of the Amersi Foundation, outlined the 10 guiding principles that effectively build a better, safer, inclusive and prosperous world without corruption.

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