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It is really an honor for me to take part in such a great event like the â€œOne Young Worldâ€. Iâ€™m a 19 years old girl that loves to give and share time with others. I study law at the University of Geneva. Particularly in Africa: there are so many things that should be done before like the fight against corruption, the fight against AIDS, equal justice for all . The subjects are vast and it will surely takes many years of work and involvement but young people of today are persons who are conscious of problems and are really motivated to change things and make a better world. And Iâ€™m the first one to say this because I know that what I want to leave for next generations. That is the reason why I do law studies. As a conclusion, I would simply say that as a young person, participate to this event is a beautiful opportunity according to me because that is where things start: where youth is..
Thanks to my church community, my friends and I sometimes spend time with elder persons and orphans. Plus I like to discover new cultures and people because Iâ€™ve been in many different countries during my childhood .I think itâ€™s a great experience of life. In the next few years after my studies, I see myself participating in projects related to children and women rights. As a young woman, I realize that these two subjects are really important today and for the future. Indeed, a developing country like mine surely needs to put more energy in dealing with both problems. It would help improving the life of countless young people. Moreover, we should also get involved in education because young people well educated would be able to make great decisions for their country. But the first problem is the fact that too many governments tend to forget youth. .