One Young World Summit for Future Leaders

Pittsburgh will host the third annual One Young World Summit, Oct. 18-22, which will bring together nearly 1,500 future leaders from 190 countries, making it one of the largest representations of countries other than the Olympics and United Nations.

Former President Bill Clinton will deliver the opening keynote, and a large number of world-renowned Counselors (including Bob Geldof KBE, Fatima Bhutto, Jamie Oliver, Jack Dorsey and Muhammad Yunus) will help facilitate debates in their related fields.

The Summit will serve as a platform for delegates to address and identify solutions to the same issues that world leaders tackle every day – including business, global health, education, sustainable development, leadership and governance, human rights and social business.

One Young World is a charity that stages an annual Summit, gathering together the brightest young people from around the world.

At the 2012 Summit young leaders from 190 countries will share their vision, views and ideas to create practical and achievable commitments for positive change.

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