Robin Klabbers, Jessica Sakalauskas, and Andrew van Olst are One Young World incoming Enterprise for Peace Scholars from the Netherlands. It is the second year in a row that One Young World and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands work together to empower a cohort of 50 Enterprise for Peace Scholars by welcoming them to the One Young World Summit 2019.
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This article was originally published on Medium.
Filmed at the One Young World 2018 Summit in The Hague, watch as leading thinkers, dignitaries and entrepreneurs share personal messages on key matters surrounding the power of education.
Who features in the film:
Following the One Young World Summit 2016 in Ottawa, Canada, OYW Ambassadors Jemima Lovatt and Uzair Patel brought together a group of ~15 passionate young individuals from private, public and third sector backgrounds to create a OYW Working Group to End Domestic Abuse. The aim of the group is to engage corporate organisations and employers in ending domestic abuse. Now the working group has launched a free, 1-day training for young professionals who are interested in learning what they can do to tackle domestic abuse.
This article was written by Hoessein Alkisaei*
Written by Robert Gracin who is a former intern at One Young World. He is studying Social Relations and Policy at Michigan State University.
By Safoora Biglari. Community Manager, One Young World
All photos by Charlie Oliver.
A few weeks ago, One Young World (OYW) hosted its first ever Social Impact Hack at Facebook's Brock St offices. Facebook has been a dear partner of OYW for several years now - we have collaborated on a number of initiatives, including the Facebook Social Entrepreneurship Award and the OYW x Facebook Caucus in New York with Facebook's VP of Global Marketing Solutions, Carolyn Everson.
Kenny is a One Young World Ambassador from the UK. He is the co-founder and Director at ClearView Research.
In Western society we are great at complaining. But it’s usually about First World problems like: ‘my phone has broken’ or ‘I’ve got a bad connection to the Internet’ or ‘The train is a few minutes delayed.’
This commentary originally appeared on Project Syndicate. Heshika Deegahawathura is a EC Peace Ambassador from Sri Lanka.*
Companies can’t expect to get the best talent if they don’t openly empower their staff and allow them to investigate the things that make them passionate, whilst also doing the client work.
Deloitte understands this. The reason why I came here was, not only is this one of the biggest companies in the world, it’s somewhere that openly supports not just women but all different minorities to do the things they want to do.