Johann Kalchman: “We believe anyone can be a hero if you give him or her the training and technology.”
5 young people risking their safety to hold their governments to account.
One Young World inspired project benefitting Western Union’s business and making social impact
OYW Ambassador's LGBTI documentary receives support from Timor Leste's Prime Minister & Catholic community
Natalino Guterres, responsible for bringing the country's LGBTI movement to life, tells us about his new documentary, The Road to Acceptance.
Learn how this female civil engineer is building a new hope for Palestine.
Nine days of continued protest around the country have produced 68 dead, more than 200 injured, and 43 disappeared in Nicaragua.
The poet has composed the elegy to his mother who passed away suddenly last August when Hussain was 26.
A grassroots reporting documentary by OYW Ambassador Mary-Jean Nleya looks at Malawi to explore challenges and opportunities of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
Alicia Raimundo: "When I heard the announcement, for the first time in my life I had hope that we could actually make a mental health system that works."
This community has never had a movie house in its long history.
The eyes of the world are on the inspectors of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) who have travelled from The Hague to Syria to investigate the deadly attack allegedly perpetrated by President Bashar al-Assad on his own people.