Bogota Summit 2017

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It looks like young people are losing faith in global leadership

16/01/2017

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

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5 things One Young World Ambassadors can do in 2017

10/01/2017

How can you better engage with One Young World ahead of the 2017 Summit in Bogotá? LaTrenda Leonard Sherrill shares words of advice with fellow Ambassadors.

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7 ways mobile data is being used to change the world

10/01/2017

The smartphone has changed our world as we know it. Florence Broderick explores how far mobile data can go in monitoring the progress we make on the world’s biggest challenges.

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Access to essential medicines

9/01/2017

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

4/01/2017

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

12/12/2016

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

8/12/2016

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

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Protests in Cameroon bring human rights into question

8/12/2016

As protests in Cameroon have taken a violent turn, Tangwa Acha shares what is happening on the ground. 

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Standing Rock: a global environmental movement led by indigenous youth

6/12/2016

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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It's now time for The Gambia to build a new country

5/12/2016

After 22 years, The Gambia has witnessed the election of a new president. Yassin Choye shares her thoughts. 

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The Paris Agreement: What is at stake for the USA?

12/11/2016

Founder Kate Robertson discusses what the USA could gain from the biggest global compact in human history. 

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Why don't enough people exercise their right to vote?

10/11/2016

Founder Kate Robertson reflects on the US election results: To get what you want, you have to take part. 

 

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