Young delegates represent India at J8 Summit
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Young delegates represent India at J8 Summit

Seventeen-year-old Samuel Venkatesan is one of the voices representing young India at the Junior 8 summit in Rome this year. Joining him are 16-year old Sanjukta Pangi, from Koraput, Orissa and 15 year old Narendra Kumar from Rae-Bareli, Uttar Pradesh.

Selected by the local district administration and NGOs with support from UNICEF, these children join 56 other young people aged 14-17 years for the 5th chapter of the J8 summit currently held from 4-10 July, parallel to the G8 summit in Italy. Read More

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Indian teen Sanjukta Pangi meet Prime Minister at G8
‘If I could ask the world’s leaders to prioritize one thing to help children, it would be education,” says Sanjukta, who has traveled from the Indian state of Orissa to attend the Junior 8.

J8 meets G8
Young delegates urge global leader to meet climate change targets and improve teacher standards

Junior 8 Summit 2009 - Rome Declaration 
As young people, we are the leaders of the future, and therefore will be the most affected by your decisions today Young delegates who met G8 leaders

Education priority for Indian youth: J8 delegates
Indian delegates to the Junior 8 summit this week identify education as the most pressing priority facing the country’s young people.

Three Indian youth attending J8 Summit in Rome 
Sanjukta, Samuel, Narendra represent India at J8

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A new Sanjukta will be going back to India
Young Indian delegate Sanjukta Pangi, from Karanja Guda, Orissa representing India at J8 summit in Rome, Italy

 

Kids from developing countries are worried about their education
Young Indian delegate Sanjukta Pangi, from Karanja Guda, Orissa representing India at J8 summit in Rome, Italy

"World will improve for children with solutions discussed at J8"
Young Indian delegate Narendra Kumar from Pure Gosain, Uttar Pradesh is representing India at J8 Summit in Rome, Italy

 
 
 
 
 
 
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