10 Incredible Youngsters Spreading Peace Around The World

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Uganda, victor Ochen. Victor grew up surrounded in northern Uganda at the Lira district, but he decided to be a peace activist. (Photo by U.S. Institute of Peace, CC) UK, emma Watson. Actress Emma Watson became a UN Ambassador at the age of 24 for Goodwill. When her speech for the HeforShe campaign went viral, so her passion for women's rights struck advocates (in a positive manner ) across the world. (Photo by Kingsley Huang, CC) Chris Eigeland. Chris, the Australian youth representative to the UN, creator of this Schoolbag initiative, and manager of Global Voices (a non-profit offering pathways for young Australians) assist contribute to global diplomacy.  (Photo from UnYouth) Khalida Brohi. Khalida is the creator of Sughar Women (now Sughar Empowerment Foundation), a nonprofit empowering girls in 23 villages around Pakistan. Throughout a course with Sughar, girls acquire when connecting to markets graduates and business skills get small loans to start a businesses and help.  (Photo from TEDX) Georgia, nino Nanitashvili. Via evolving technologies nino has committed her career to progress and peacebuilding. She directs a project that brings youth through internet movie games and also founded the very first professional community in Georgia.  So we see mad people in battle. Listed below are India, omang Agarwal. He is a believer in peace through schooling and founded Youth for Peace International.  (Photo by Your Commonwealth)

Palestinian Territories, basel Almadhoun. Basel believes disagreements can change people's ways of thinking, so he organizes arguments in Gaza. He received wide-spread media attention for his work organizing TEDx talks in Gaza to deliver a audience dialogue.  All around the Earth, youth such as these are searching right now, and tomorrow, to create a future that is better. Ahmad Shakib Mohsanyar, Afghanistan. Ahmad would like to counter the narrative that youth need to depart Afghanistan to improve their lives. He founded a social media campaign titled"Afghanistan Wants You", which attempts to make Afghanistan a better place for young individuals.  (Photo by Kelsey Brannan ECAPASC US Department of State) Pakistan and Shiza Shahid, malala Yousafzai. In addition, you have to know about the fund's co-founder and CEO Shiza, although I am sure you've heard of Malala, the girl captured from the Taliban who went on to launch The Malala Fund. She is a driving force behind the good works of the fund, and has been through it beside Malala all.  (Photo from Shiza Shahid) Esra'a Al Shafei, Bahrain. She founded an internet forum which amplifies the voices of both battle in North Africa and the Middle East, Mideast Youth, to encourage social justice. (Photo by TEDX)

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