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One Young World is a global initiative to bring together the brightest and best of the next generation – in the virtual and in the real world – to discuss, deliberate and undertake the most ...

One Young World is a global initiative to bring together the brightest and best of the next generation – in the virtual and in the real world – to discuss, deliberate and undertake the most critical and compelling issues of our times. 1500 delegates born between 1984-1986. 192 countries selection by proportional representation


3 day summit in London on February 8-10th 2010

1 social network for young leaders to engage and take action

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    • The search for the world’s 1500 most talented future leaders to create… 25 today, leading the world tomorrow Finding the next generation of global leaders
      • 1500 delegates born between 1984-1986
      • 192 countries selection by proportional representation
      • 6 topics of discussion –
      • Environment, Politics, Economy, Healthcare, Media & Religion
      • 3 day summit in London on February 8-10 th 2010
      • 1 social network for young leaders to engage and take action
      Overview – A global initiative
    • One Young World - Summary
      • One Young World is a global initiative to bring together the brightest and best of the next generation – in the virtual and in the real world – to discuss, deliberate and undertake the most critical and compelling issues of our times.
      • The environment and its protection
      • Developing political leadership for a positive future
      • Global business and its role in shaping society through the economy
      • The media; its changing identity and power
      • Interfaith dialogue; world religion and spirituality
      • The global health agenda
    • One Young World Counselors Carole Stone. MD YouGovStone Archbishop Desmond Tutu Bart Becht, Global CEO, Reckitt Benckiser Bob Geldof Elio Leoni-Sceti, Global CEO, EMI Prof. Nick Haysom, Director for Political Affairs, United Nations Kofi Annan, President of the Global Humanitarian Forum Hicham El Gerrouj, Olympic Gold Medallist
    • “ These young ones must raise their voices to demand Climate Justice – because they will inherit our failures” Kofi Annan Geneva January 19 th 2009
    • “ If it’s the last thing I do I want to be the Father of One Young World . It may be my best thing” Archbishop Desmond Tutu Cape Town October 18 th 2008
    • “ Maybe One Young World disrupts the world order and breaks humanity through to a better way” Bob Geldof London July 7 th 2008
    • The Summit The gathering, face to face, of the One Young World Network of delegates and current world leaders . One Young World – Architecture Internet Community The virtual social media network through which young people and One Young World delegates and Alumni interact. Global Consultation & Research Global polling/research that measures and shares the viewpoints, attitudes, opinions and beliefs of the One Young World community. Delegate Selection The search through public, private and voluntary sectors of the globe to identify and select 1,500 One Young World delegates to represent the voices from every country in the world. The One Young World mission of engaging, equipping and connecting young leaders to make positive change for our future will be achieved through four elements:
      • In a world first delegates will be democratically selected in proportionate representation of the world’s population. A male and female will be taken from all 192 countries (384 delegates) and the remaining 1116 delegates will be taken by proportionate representation to the worlds population on a country by country basis. This will be the first time in history that many countries have been proportionately represented at any global event.
      • China has 19.69% of the world population so China will have 19.69% of the delegates i.e. 259 delegates. India will have 223 delegates, US 61 delegates. The UK has 0.9% of the world population so would therefore get 13 delegates.
      • Proportionate representation sends a very powerful message to world leaders. It sends a message from the next generation. This unified voice will be channelled back to Copenhagen, to the WEF, to the G8 and to the UN, etc. The votes put forward by these 1500 democratically and proportionately selected leaders of tomorrow will ultimately become a unified voice of the next generation.
      How to select the Delegates?
    • The Delegate Journey
    • 1. Sign up to BNT OYW site 3. Add video 4a. I am sponsored already 4. I am looking for a sponsor
      • 4b. Can come from:
      • Friends and family
      • Corporate
      • University
      • Government
      • Self-funded
      6. Go through voting process by getting peers to register and rate their profile 5. Leadership Assessment 6. Go through voting process by getting peers to register and rate their profile 7. Elected to become delegate 8. Emailed access to OYW secure area Competitive Non-Competitive 2. Complete personal profile The Delegate Journey
    • The Non-Competitive Route Delegates are sponsored to attend the summit Funding can come from any source Self-funded Friends and Family University Government Corporate
    • The Corporate Role Sponsor a Delegate Provide an opportunity for talented young people from disadvantaged backgrounds OR Send an outstanding employee to the summit
    • The Corporate Benefits In addition to the obvious synergy with CSR principles, One Young World offers businesses the opportunity to influence the global discussion of key issues especially those relating to the role of business in the 21 st Century. One Young World also offers the opportunity for outstanding employees to further develop key skills for the corporate environment. The summit offers a phenomenal global networking opportunity and the environment in which to develop key skills including leadership, negotiation and presentation.
    • “ All too often we are giving young people cut flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants.” John Gardner, author What people are saying “ I believe that, in the long run, people will be more proactive and involved with the affairs of the community.” Respondent from China, age 23, OYW Global Consultation Process - Phase 1 “ More than ever in our history as a species we have the ability to connect and listen to gain that all important perspective. That to me is what this is all about.” Respondent from USA, age 23, OYW Global Consultation Process - Phase 1 “ From this generation will come those who have the potential, the courage and the passion to become the leaders of tomorrow” “ If One Young World had been established when I was in my mid-20’s I would have had the confidence to stride ahead much earlier in life.”  Carole Stone, Managing Director, YouGovStone Counsellor, One Young World
    • Brave New Talent Ltd, International House, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BU www.BraveNewTalent.com/oyw T: +44 (0)203 145 1500 E: [email_address] To become a delegate, to sponsor a delegate or for more information, please contact: Chris Coleman E: chris@BraveNewTalent.com W: www.OneYoungWorld.org and http://apps.facebook.com/oywcandidates