Peace and Conflict

Orlando, Jo Cox, Istanbul: What young people must do to move forward

Ambassador Arizza Nocum calls for a collaborative way forward in the wake of the past month's violent events.

One Young World London - Impossible to Ignore on World Refugee Day

One Young World Coordinating Ambassador Charlie Oliver discusses a community collaboration to mark World Refugee Day.

Turkey: World’s biggest refugee country

Burak Kocamis analyses Turkey's role in the refugee crisis facing the world today. 

How Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Amplifies the Pursuit for #BrightFuture

Ambassadors Donte McCrary-McClain and Lauren Wittig discuss how they are driving the SDGs in the corporate environment at Unilever.

UN Commission Declares Eritrea's Officials Committed Crimes Against Humanity Since 1991

Meron Semedar takes a look at the crimes against humanity recorded in the UN Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea's second report.

A model for humanitarian investment: can it work?

Pierre Heistein recounts an innovative financial initiative discussed at the inaugural World Humanitarian Summit.

Protecting Indigenous Communities is Environmentalism

Delegate Speaker Anna Hohag writes on where environmental justice and social justice intersect.

Migration to the north: a season of hope and death

Meron Semedar writes his thoughts on the recent tragedies in the Mediterranean Sea, and tells us what should be done about it.

Rich but unequal: analysing UNICEF's Innocenti Report Card

Felicity Foster discusses the outcomes of the UNICEF Conference on Promoting Equality for Children.

Painting Hope

Hannah Thomas portrays her experience working with children living in refugee camps and inspiring them to use paintings as a form of expression.