The Pasos Libres Foundation traveled to New Jersey from March 6 to 12 to run with IBM, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, and the Stevens Institute of Technology, the first BlueHack agains
Luke Hart: Men Have A Responsibility To Speak Out Against Toxic Masculinity That Breeds Male Violence And Coercive Control
Luke Hart is a One Young World Ambassador from the UK. This article was originally published by the Huffington Post.
Over the past year, sexual violence has quickly risen to the top of the global agenda as one of the most critical issues plaguing both developed and developing countries. Long have the atrocities committed in wartime gone unrecognised, with sexual violence used as a common tool of abuse typically against women and children. Yet with the upheaval of the #MeToo movement and the subsequent outpouring of international outcry, this matter now remains a fixture in world news.
"OYW Ambassador Saba Nafees is one of the more than 800,000 “Dreamers” who took advantage of the DACA program in 2012. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an Obama era program, provided some temporary protections to undocumented immigrants who entered the country as children. In 2017, the Trump administration made the decision to rescind DACA.
This commentary was originally published on Project Syndicate. Written by OYW Ambassadors Costas Georgia
In an effort to further share the incredible work of the OYW Ambassador community, we’ve launched our monthly list of top projects you need to know about.
The article reflects the views of its author, Meron Semedar*
The 1998-2000 War between Eritrea and Ethiopia was Africa’s deadliest border war. An estimated 100,000 troops died from both sides, many families on the border were displaced, many towns were demolished and many civilians who lived in both countries were deported to their respective countries.
Written by Jennifer Wronski
Attending the One Young World (OYW) 2017 Summit left me feeling empowered and determined to find a way to bring about change within my organisation by leveraging the purpose of our brands to bring meaningful change to those who need it most.
Women4Good started out as me just cooking breakfast for a few of my friends and it has already expanded beyond my dreams.
Today we have more than 700 members across the Bay Area in California and they are changing their own lives as well as those of thousands of others.