Delegate Speakers for 2015 Summit

Delegate Speakers play a significant role in the Summit as each Speaker will deliver a five minute speech during one of the six Plenary Sessions. These 31 young leaders have been selected through a competitive process for which 500 people have applied.

Unlike traditional conferences, One Young World opens up its platform to young delegates. Delegate Speakers are an inspirational group who present their impactful work and personal stories on the global stage. They are a truly international cohort. Speakers at previous Summits came from every continent, sharing their experiences, views and opinions with the Summit and the watching world.

Below is a list of Delegate Speakers and the Plenary Session they will be speaking in.

Education 

Lina Khalifeh- Jordan
Raymond Mungujakissa- Uganda
Sotheary You- Cambodia
Saairah Farooq- Pakistan 
Abeer Dawood Abu Ghaith- Palestine


Environment

Min Woo Kim -South Korea 
Heloise Greeff -South Africa
Aushim Merchant- Thailand
Bryant
Zebedy- Marshall Islands
Parker
Liautaud- France
 

Global Business

Dr. Mazin Khalil- Sudan
Puja Verma- India 
Samer Khan- Oman 
Chayanich Thamparipattra- Thailand 
Norhayatunajibah Hj. Kifli- Brunei
 

Human Rights

Kamolnan Chearavanont- Thailand 
Meron Yemane Semedar- Eritrea
Alexander Lange- Germany 
Danijel Cuturic- Bosnia
Michele Cardoso Pereira Schifino- Brazil


Leadership & Government

Flavia Munteanu- Moldova
Sasaenia Paul Oluwabunmi- Nigeria
Sabrina Vetter- Germany
Carlos Eduardo Vargas
Palencia and Mario Di Giovanni - Venezuela
Bibi la Luz Gonzalez​- Guatemala
 

Peace & Security

PJ Cole- Sierra Leone
François Reyes- France
Fatma Elzahra Elshhati- Libya
Arizza Ann S. Nocum- Phillippines
Noam Shouster- Israel
 

Speeches from past Delegate Speakers can be found here