Bogota Summit 2017


War on Drugs taking Philippines “back to the dark ages”


An official “War on Drugs” in the Philippines has led to 7,000 killings and is taking the country “back to the dark ages”, young Filipinos are warning.

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37 countries face a crisis in food supply


Armed conflict, civil unrest and a harvest destroyed by El Niño have combined to create what the United Nations terms an “unprecedented situation”. Ambassadors from South Sudan, Yemen and Burundi comment.

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Angolan Ambassador’s work recognised on BBC World Service


As part of a female minority working in the shipping industry, Eldine Chilembo Glees discussed the extensive harassment women face.

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Dutch elections: setting the stage for Europe's future


Dutch Ambassadors share what is at stake in the upcoming elections and why young people have a duty to vote.

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10 Ambassadors doing Women's Day justice


March 8, 2017 marks Women's Day. These 10 Ambassadors are changing the world for the better.

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This Ambassador is one of L’Oréal Paris' Women of Worth


Eva von Jagow has been selected as one of 10 inaugural members of Canada’s 2017 L’Oréal Paris' Women of Worth cohort for her work with DueNORTH.

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Over 4 million people in Chile lost access to water


Since 26 February, torrential rainstorms and subsequent landslides have contaminated the capital’s primary water supply, the Maipo River, affecting over 4 million people in Chile’s capital, Santiago.

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The Ambassador making waves in Augmented Reality


Ambassador Daniella Segal has been included in Forbes Israel’s 2017 30 Under 30 cohort for her work at Meta, a company pioneering work in the Augmented Reality (AR) space. 

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Cameroon's internet crackdown


For the past month, millions of people in Cameroon have been without the Internet - not because of a technical fault but due to a deliberate act of repression by the Government.

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A Guide to Peacebuilding


Noam Shuster-Eliassi has dedicated herself to peacebuilding and has worked since 2012 with the international organisation Interpeace. This is her best advice on building bridges across political divides.

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Peaceful, tech-smart and successful - has Romania shown the world the perfect way to protest corruption?


One Young World Ambassadors in Romania explain the significance of the current campaign of mass demonstrations that has had extraordinary impact in holding power to account.

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Why the scientific community cannot leave women and girls behind


It's International Day of Women and Girls in Science; One Young World Ambassadors express why 'the potential achievements of women in science are being lost.'

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