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Queen's Young Leaders at One Young World Summit

Queen's Young Leaders at One Young World Summit

2015 Alumni tell the conference about war and call for action on climate change

Queen's Young Leaders, PJ Cole, Mallah Tabot and Kellyn George have been speaking at the 2015 One Young World Summit in Bangkok.

PJ Cole, from Sierra Leone addressed the conference to talk about his experience of war and the Ebola crisis. He spoke about the need to challenge intolerance saying that "true forgiveness produces and amazing capacity for hope".

PJ, Kellyn George from Dominica, and Mallah Tabot from Cameroon made videos under the #CallonCOP hashtag. They not only urged their national leaders to address climate change but gave them some ideas on how to go about it.

Mallah and PJ were also featured in the Huffington Post, along  other young leaders from around the world meeting up in Bangkok to "talk through the world's problems".

If you're a Queen's Young Leader who took part in the One Young World Summit, we'd love to hear from you, so please email your news and links.

Published 26 November 2015