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Luke Hart: Men Have A Responsibility To Speak Out Against Toxic Masculinity That Breeds Male Violence And Coercive Control
"My father's violence seemed to come out of nowhere. But we later understood that he killed my mother and sister as an ultimate act of control over all of our lives."
Despite rising education levels, only about a quarter of Indian women work; inadequate and unsafe public transportation is a major reason. To increase female participation in the labor force, one of the most promising solutions is to upgrade an old favorite.
Can you assign a value to knowledge? Leading thinkers, dignitaries and entrepreneurs share personal messages on key matters surrounding the power of education.
OYW Ambassador David Riveros García shares the story of his anti-corruption NGO, reAcción.
The OYW Working Group to End Domestic Abuse have partnered with leading UK organisations to deliver a free, 1-day training for young corporate employees and likeminded talent who are interested in learning what they can do to tackle domestic abuse.
Today marks the start of COP24. To commemorate the start of the highly anticipated gathering, we take a look back at Christiana Figueres' speech from the latest One Young World 2018 The Hague Summit.
Satta Sheriff, a One Young World Peace Ambassadors, writes about the situation of girls in Liberia for International Day of the Girl Child.
From shaping your personal brand to finding development opportunities, Maria Villela shares her tips on how to make the most of being a One Young World Ambassador.
At age 29, Seleman Yusuph Kitenge is a veteran of a decade of campaigning on youth development, peace and security.