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Today's Youth: Dreamers, Builders, and Leaders

Where would you find yourselfon a Saturday

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What does our world truly need?

How am I going to eat today? This is a simple and basic question. Unfortunately, many people around the world ask themselves this question every day and, often times, it remains unanswered. The

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WYA prepares for 2017 UN Commissions

Want to know how we're representing YOU at the UN? Read on! Last week we told you about the Commission for Social Development, but that’s not the only commission we go to. There are two more major

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Defender in Training

Although I have only been an intern for World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) for three weeks, it has definitely changed the way I view and act upon the world and the people around me. To be

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10 Ways To Get Involved with WYA

So you’ve read and signed the WYA Charter, but you wonder — what comes next? Where can you learn more about WYA? How do you find like-minded peers? When can you start the grand business of

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Built to overcome: The Impossible, a review

To be human is to be kind. If there is one thing I’d take away from The

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Reflections on European Arts Forum 2016

How could I summarise 2016 EAF? Maybe with these three words: Beauty, Talent, Splendour. Primarily, I deeply regretted not to participate to the exposition event on Saturday, June 25th. I could

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Helping Land: From Whence Came My Help

The hall was packed. Plastic chairs lined the sides, children of all ages seated on them.

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“From the moment I met WYA, I have always been incredibly inspired”: Meet WYA’s first batch of 2017 interns in New York

What happens when you put eleven young ladies from five countries under one roof for three months? You get impromptu lounge discussions on politics and culture, freshly-cooked dumpling soup and

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