“It’s unfortunate that the Brits decided to do this but it’s not the end of the world…” so says blogger Israel Matzav. But this writer reckons Britain has dealt a serious blow to Israel’s arrogance. Continue reading ‘Does Israel need friends?’
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Look on any website, and this story about the killing of Hamas militant Mahmoud al-Mabhouh has been most viewed for a number of days. Continue reading ‘Why does this story fascinate you so much?’
Gordon Brown. The decision by G7 countries to eradicate the debt of the ravaged country has been welcomed by charities and humanitarian groups. Continue reading ‘On air: Should Haiti’s debt be cancelled?’
Boris Johnson’s welcome speech last night was a hard act to follow…. but today we’ve heard a number of inspirational speakers; both counsellors and delegates. Continue reading ‘Sam Pritchard rounds up the first day of OYW’
This is Srinivas, an Indian delegate coming from ESSEC Business School, France.
Srinivas says: It’s very interesting to take part in One Young World Summit-2010. In my opinion, One Young World Summit is a very appropriate platform for a person like me not only to share my opinion over the current problems of the world but also to know the opinions of young people cut-cross cultures and nations.
Till now, we had discussions on Environment, Poverty and Interfaith. It is very interesting to see how each issue is connected to other issues.
I’ve definitely learnt a lot today as it has been an inspiring journey for me. Prof Muhammad Yunus’s speech was awesome, where he differentiate between charity and social business. I would most definitely want to bring that with me when I get back home. Continue reading ‘Alia Latif on Prof Mohammad Yunus’
The Environment and it’s protection. Nikhil from India explains how the vote was cast, but say there’s so much more work to be done and details to discuss.
and two more – Nicolo from Italy and Thomas from Liberia on their first trip to London
Two delegates from Zimbabwe and France brave London’s freezing weather on the River Thames….