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Global Leaders: The Next Generation

January 3, 2013

The issues that plague our planet, our global community, are vast and can seem daunting. This means that the next generation of world leaders will have the daunting task of trying to find solutions to these issues. And there are many young, bright movers and shakers who are already doing their part to effect change in our world, and in a big way. Meet these young people and find out how their efforts to effect positive change today are turning them into tomorrow's global leaders.


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The issues that plague our planet, our global community, are vast and can seem daunting. This means that the next generation of world leaders will have the daunting task of trying to find solutions to these issues. And there are many young, bright movers and shakers who are already doing their part to effect change in our world, and in a big way. Meet these young people and find out how their efforts to effect positive change today are turning them into tomorrow's global leaders.


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