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by Lilian O. Ajayi

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by Lilian O. Ajayi

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A Generational Change in Attitude Is Essential

Ambassador Federico A. Gonzalez, Permanent Representative of Paraguay to the United Nations; Ambassador Henry Mac-Donald; Amina J. Mohammed, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Adviser on Post-2015 Development Planning; Lance Gould, Executive Special Project Editor, The Huffington Post; Ravi Karkara, Strategic Partnership Adviser, Office of the Assistant Secretary-General: Deputy Executive at UN Women; Lauren Brown, Representative for UN Women; Oliver Libby, Chair & Co-Founder, The Resolution Project; Andrew Rabens, Special Adviser, Global Youth Issues, U.S. Department of State, among many others. Patrick Sciarratta YA @UN Project Director and Executive Director of Friendship Ambassadors Foundation, and Jolly Amatya, Co-Chair Youth Assembly organized the UN Youth Assembly

Available at: http://www.diplomaticourier.com/2015/08/26/a-generational-change-in-attitude-is-essential-to-driving-the-post-2015-sustainable-development-agenda/ 

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