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Kevin Doyle reports from the One Young World conference


The fourth summit of One Young World came to an end in South Africa over the weekend with delegates being urged to attend in Dublin next year. Around 1,300 young people from 190 nations are expected to travel to the capital for the conference which aims to inspire young people to change the world. Attendees at this year's event in Johannesburg included Bob Geldof, Richard Branson and Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus. Next October it will take place in Dublin's convention centre, with a series of side events also planned for Croke Park and the Bord Gais Theatre. Independent.ie went behind the scenes in Johannesburg to see what Dublin can expect. Credit: Kevin Doyle

 

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