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The Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network (CYPAN) aims at bringing together young people from across the Commonwealth to upscale and optimise grassroots, national, regional and pan-Commonwealth efforts to promote peace, respect & understanding and prevent violent extremism. These young people range from community-level and policy-level peace advocates to creatives. CYPAN aims at fostering collaboration between members and creates space for policy advocacy as it relates to peace.
Volunteer work is a route to empowerment and skills development, writes Musa Temidayo, 26, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria, who spoke to a number of youth doing unpaid but rewarding development work. This article examines the involvement of young people
The late Billy Graham was an extraordinary preacher who influenced presidents and ordinary people alike, writes Cody B. Mitchell, 16, a Correspondent from Moree, Australia. Born on November 7th, 1918, William Graham was the son of a well-to-do dairy farmer.