The problem with inequality

In the aftermath of the 2017 World Economic Forum, Nicola Ruane tackles the question, why is inequality still such a problem?

What African Americans have to say about Black History Month

Since 1976, the month of February has celebrated Black History Month. At a time where the U.S. is rife with divisive tension, 8 Ambassadors reflect on why this annua...read more

Reporting from Venezuela: a Q&A with Carlos Vargas

With Venezuela embroiled in crisis, Ambassador Carlos Vargas provides an inside view on what is developing in the country. 

Why We Can No Longer Afford To Overlook Women’s Rights In Africa Too

In the African context, being male comes with a reluctance to compromise for female-related causes. Ambassador Leroy Mwasaru comments.

Brexit: Exploring responsive and responsible leadership

Charlie Oliver explores Brexit through a lens of responsive and responsible leadership.

Why Millennials must steer Brazil’s future

With high inflation, unemployment and crime, Brazil’s future is shrouded in uncertainty. Giovana Visconti de Barros comments on the need for responsible leadership.

The US’s new chapter on Climate Action

Erin Schrode discusses why Climate Action is an absolute imperative for the US.  

The Great American Divide

Young leaders from across the US share how the country can be reunited in the aftermath of a divisive election.

Leading the fight against hate

François Reyes explores the duty that world leaders have to empower young people to unite against hate and violence.

Nothing will change until leaders address the cycle of corruption

One Young World Founder Kate Robertson calls on business and political leaders at Davos to focus their efforts on fighting the cancer of corruption.