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One Young World Uses Social Media to Start a Change

Written on September 20, 2011 by Lulu

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One Young World is hoping to start a global movement to advocate young people to crate a positive change to the world.

One Young World, a non-profit organization that provides an open platform for young people to create a positive change, is hoping to start a movement — uniting young people around the globe to advocate on behalf of the world’s youth. This movement is called “Youthquake”.

David Jones, the co-founder and Global CEO of One Young World, took the stage on Monday at the Social Good Summit along with three of the organization’s global ambassadors – Erin Schrode, Michael Teoh and Kwadwo Ofori Owusu – to talk about how social media and new technologies are being used to drive these youth movements.

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