Universal Peace Federation Youth UK and Women’s Federation for World Peace Youth UK were fortunate to have two awe-inspiring individuals in their presence. Rioch Edwards-Brown who has over 16 years experience as a TV researcher and media campaigner and Ian Brown, who has worked in the television industry for more than 20 years, gave a moving interview on their personal and professional journey, a meeting held at Lancaster Gate on April 5th. Around 40 passionate young people gathered for an evening they will surely remember.
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Embracing, understanding and sharing experiences and cultures define the meaning of global citizenship. It is through the concept of diversity that makes the world vibrant and therefore radiate positivity. When Rioch and Ian’s son was shot and stabbed in school for ‘having two parents’ they understood listening was key in providing independence and opportunity to those groups of people that felt excluded. It was at this intrinsic moment that both Rioch and Ian saw the bigger picture. (Link For Remainder of Article and photos on Youth UPF website) Photos Isobel Coombs
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