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2007 J8: Germany

UNICEF / Chris Schuepp / 2007
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Olga (17) from St. Petersburg, Russia, at the opening ceremony of the Junior 8 2007 in Germany.

Junior 8 Summit, Wismar Declaration, 6 June 2007

Looking back at the Junior 8 Summit: Margarita from Russia shares her thoughts
Margarita (18) from in Russia took part in the Junior 8 Summit in Germany in early June 2007. Now she takes a look back at the event and shares her thoughts and experiences.

Junior 8 delegates present youth perspectives to G8 world leaders
7 June 2007 - New York, USA

16-year old Russian boy to meet the world leaders at the G8 in Germany
Gleb Nikitin, a 16-year old boy from Pskov, will represent the youth of the Russian Federation when the J8 meet the G8 tomorrow in Germany.

Young People debate G8 issues at Junior 8 Summit in Germany
5 June 2007 - Berlin/Geneva/ New York

Junior 8 meets 007 - Olga, Salwa and Steffen get support from UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Roger Moore
Olga (17) from Russia, Salwa (16) from Ethiopia and Steffen (17) from Germany will get high-level support today when they give a press conference in the German Presseclub in the heart of the German capital Berlin.

J8 Summit opens in Germany
3 June 2007 - Wismar, Germany

Young people gather to debate global issues at Junior 8 Summit in Germany
1 June 2007 – New York, USA

Introducing Adriana Solovei: Moldova’s delegate to Junior 8
Armed with ideas and courage, and now delegated to represent Moldova, Adriana is making plans to change the world.

Young People From Around the World Unite for 2007 Junior 8 Summit
31 May 2007: Media Advisory

 

 

 

 

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