Politics

“The situation was inevitable." Read how young leaders in Zimbabwe see their future

Read what OYW Ambassadors based in Zimbabwe and neighboring countries think about the recent takeover by the Zimbabwean military.

When democracy is treated as a hoax

Guatemala is undergoing a democratic crisis- Ambassador Bibi La Luz Gonzalez shares her view from the ground. 

Ambassador Willice Onyago puts young people at the heart of Kenyan politics

Kenyans go to the polls for the country’s General Election on 8 August with mixed feelings of trepidation and hope.

What’s happening in Congo?

Ambassador and human rights activist Andréa Ngombet answers some questions about the political crisis in Republic of the Congo. 

What does this crisis in Qatar mean for young people?

One Young World Ambassadors from across the region have spoken of the implications of the ban and the need for young people to do what they can to build unity and understandin...read more

Brazil’s new scandal won’t damage our confidence

Brazilian Ambassadors affirm they will keep fighting for ethical behavior from their leaders and  have zero tolerance for corruption. 

Macron has 5 years to prove inclusion and hope are key to success

France’s President Emmanuel Macron has been sworn in as its 25th President. But what does the future hold for him? Sabrina Belhadji assesses.

Politics, Elections, Opposition Parties & Leaders: A Look at Different Country-Contexts & their Elections

With several critical elections looming, Founder of The Global Communiqué, Ambassador Mary-Jean Nleya, interviews a member of an opposition party in Russia on asylum in the UK...read more

Record Snowmelt Flowing into the Owens Valley: An Emergency or an Answered Prayer?

Anna Hohag of the Bishop Paiute Tribe responds to Los Angeles Mayor’s recent Emergency Proclamation for the Owens Valley.