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Shining the light How do we ensure that these solutionist young leaders get more opportunities or space to lead? Photo: Anthony Devlin/Getty Images
Shining the light How do we ensure that these solutionist young leaders get more opportunities or space to lead? Photo: Anthony Devlin/Getty Images

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Virtually every conference I have attended in my life and scores of articles I have read have been dedicated to problem analysis to the point of analysis paralysis. But this is never so at the One Young World (OYW) summits.

At the OYW summits, which I have attended since 2017, young leaders from all continents and diverse communities present on and talk about what they are doing to fix the problems they have identified as standing in the way of the kind of community they want to live in.

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