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Ndaba Mandela, USAIDS Ambassador – South Africa

Millions of young people around the world are undereducated, underemployed and living in poverty. These conditions are making them potential targets for extremist groups. This demographic makes up more than half of the world’s population. For some, economic uncertainty is leading to disillusionment with established leaders and institutions.

The Voice of America invites you to attend a town hall discussion with international young leaders from six countries, including the grandson of Nelson Mandela. The panelists will address critical issues such as economic opportunities, terrorism, and political participation for the next generation.

Moderator:

Sarah Zaman, Voice of America Urdu Service

Panelists:

Ndaba Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela, USAIDS Ambassador – South Africa

Aymen Abderahmen, journalist and social activist – Tunisia

Nasreen Ali Mohamed, co-founder of Cherehani Africa, a provider of financial education and credit to women - Kenya

Rudan Balay, United Nations Human Rights 2018 Youth Summit delegate - Iraq

Maria Toorpakai, athlete and women’s empowerment advocate – Pakistan

Mozammil Shinwari, candidate for parliament and former Deputy Minister of Trade - Afghanistan

When: Wednesday, August 8, 2018

10:00am-11:00am

Where: Newseum’s Knight Ridder Studio

555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20001

RSVP here by Tuesday 3pm

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The latest developments on the Korean peninsula and renewed diplomacy between the U.S. and North Korea on the nuclear issue beg the question whether Pyongyang will come out of isolation and engage with the world in a meaningful way.

Voice of America invites you to a panel discussion with journalists and media experts who cover North Korea closely. The panelists will examine whether international media are prepared for the potential change and explore challenges and opportunities that lie ahead with respect to broadcasting to North Korea.

Moderator:

Eunjung Cho, VOA Korean Service

Panelists:

Marie DuMond, Associate Director and Associate Fellow, Korea Chair, CSIS

Kang Insun, Washington Bureau Chief, The Chosun Ilbo

Robert R. King, PhD., Senior Adviser (Non-resident), Korea Chair, CSIS

Jean H. Lee, Director, Korea Center Program, Wilson Center

Dong Hyuk Lee, Chief, VOA Korean Service

WHEN: Tuesday, June 5, 2018

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

WHERE: Voice of America - Cohen Building

Briefing Room #1528A

330 Independence Ave, SW

Washington, D.C. 20237

(Enter through the C Street entrance)

RSVP here by Friday, June 1.

For any questions, contact VOA Public Relations at publicrelations@voanews.com.

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