A Decade of Working with China's Youth

Aug 14 , 2019 | Social Good

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‘How to Make a Difference’ is the title of the new book by two architects of a global youth movement: Ella and Kate Robertson. We first previewed Ella’s story in our recent podcast, and in this new video James Chau speaks with Ella, Managing Director of One Young World, the annual global forum she launched for young people in 2009, about how a decade of working with some of the globe's finest has given her an inside look into China's emerging geneation of youth - who are they and what will they contribute to the global community? 

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