Period : 15 – 19 May 2022
Deadline : 31 January 2022
Age : 18-30 years old (No need TOEFL/IELTS)
The One Young World 2022 Tokyo Summit will be held at various venues across the city. The Opening Ceremony will be held at the historically significant Zojoji Temple, next to the iconic 20th-century Tokyo Tower. Tokyo Big Sight, the largest international exhibition centre in Japan, will host all Presentations, including interactive stages, Summit workshops and our exhibition. Tokyo Big Sight is the home of around 300 events per year, situated within the lively Tokyo Waterfront City, a central location for much of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and just 25 minutes from Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport by airport bus. Evening social programmes will take place at a selection of traditional Tokyo venues, showcasing the variety of all Tokyo has to offer.
We are proud to announce the 2022 Plenary Challenge themes decided by our Global Consultation Process with our community of 13,000+ Ambassadors.
The challenges are:
- Conflict Prevention – How can we prevent conflicts?
- Gender Equality – How can we accelerate gender equality?
- Oceans – How can we safeguard and restore the world’s oceans?
- Ageing Populations – How do we stop an ageing population from becoming an ageing crisis?
- Ethical Leadership – How can we be and develop ethical leaders – more responsible and effective than previous generations?
- Health – How can we ensure health equity for all?
The Plenary sessions include speeches by world leaders and Delegate Speakers whose work, lived experiences and critical insights address the Plenary Challenges at hand, while offering ways for Delegates to take effective action when tackling global crises. All curated content at the Summit is shaped by the six Plenary Challenges, and these are the driving force for all discussions around creating a better world.
For more information on our Plenary Challenges, please click here
Tokyo at a glance
Fusing the futuristic with the traditional, Tokyo is a sprawling megacity bursting with a seemingly limitless number of things to do. A business and cultural megacentre that is home to tens of millions of people, Tokyo is also the crossroads where the Japanese interact with citizens from all over the world. Whatever your cultural interests are, Tokyo is likely to have you covered. Home to many world-class art galleries and museums, traditional temples and shrines, staggeringly diverse nightlife options and cutting-edge technology, there is something for everyone.
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