Inspiring Youngsters who addressed the UN Assembly; BTS to Priyanka Chopra

WRITTEN BY Aditi Shrivastava2022-09-20,10:38:04 news

Priyanka Chopra, actress

The Bollywood actor raised awareness of global issues and demanded education and equality for everybody during her recent speech in the UN general assembly.

Lily Singh, Youtuber

Lilly addressed Generation Unlimited at the Social Good Summit and the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Malala Yousafzai, Youth icon

On July 12, Malala Day, Malala Yousafzai addresses the United Nations Youth Assembly. She has been the youth icon for a very long time.

Yiech Pur Biel, Olympic Refugee Team

He travelled hundreds of miles to the Kakuma Refugee Camp after fleeing the South Sudanese civil conflict. He participated in the Olympics as a member of the first-ever Olympic Refugee Team.

Caleb Orozco, LGBTI Activist

Caleb Orozco has valiantly opposed Belize's anti-gay laws despite frequent threats and persecution.

Emi Mahmoud, poet-Artist

She gave a stirring speech at a conference to launch a report on financing education globally, revealing her own story of dicrimination.

BTS, K-pop band

BTS has already made two visits to the UN General Assembly as a result of their involvement with the UNICEF anti-violence campaign. Band comprises Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, Rm, Hobi, V & Suga.

Mohammed Badran, Refugee Youth Leader

Mohammed Badran, a Syrian refugee living in the Netherlands and a co-founder of Syrian Volunteers in the Netherlands.

Angelina Jolie, actress

After filming Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in Cambodia and experiencing the country's humanitarian situation, Jolie joined the UNHCR as an ambassador in 2001.

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