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.

14 years in prison. His crime? One article.

Due to Eritrea's low levels of press freedom, Ambassador Vanessa Berhe's uncle has been detained for the past 14 years. She needs your help. 

Where has Moldova’s money gone and why doesn’t the West care?

Flavia Munteanu writes on the $1 billion missing from the country's budget.

How to outsmart extremism

Ambassador Francois Reyes tells us what he thinks is the most powerful tool to combat extremism.

Time to face facts about refugees

Ambassador Meron Semedar makes the argument that protecting the lives of refugees benefits global security.

Slum Dwellers: Unwanted in Bangladesh

Tanjila Drishti writes on the recent eviction of the Kollyanpur slum in Dhaka city and how she was on the front lines of rescue efforts. 

The One Young World Flag Ceremony is important. Here’s why.

Ambassador Harry Davies delves into the importance of the One Young World tradition.

Our Home and Native Land

Ambassador Alicia Raimundo shares a brief introduction to our 2016 Host Country, Canada.

My Life in Syria

"Syrians are good people. My country is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This country and its people deserve better."

Global public goods, post-scarcity and technology

"COP21 should be a platform for world leaders to not just focus on reducing emissions but to reflect on our global economy as a whole."