Young Talent Floods The Hague

The biggest One Young World Summit ever, with 1.800 young talents from more than 190 countries will be welcomed by The Hague from 17 to 20 October 2018. One Young World is a non-profit organization that supports young talents from all over the world and helps to make connections in order to make a positive change in the world. This year, the young leaders of tomorrow will gather at World Forum The Hague, where the initiative Ambassadors will work on the world’s toughest challenges outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals through their own projects and initiatives, many of which already made a real impact.

This year, the young Ambassadors will learn about the Political Challenges from the Ex-Prime Minister of the UK, Sir John Major; about the Energy Transformation from Chief Executives of BP and Shell; about Human Rights from the Secretary General of Amnesty International; and much more on Poverty Alleviation, Economic Development, Gender Equality and Education from the most inspiring speakers.

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