The peculiar socio-political and economic challenges facing today’s world has created an urgent need for closer collaboration between leaders in various fields as well as stakeholders to deliberate on workable plans to address these problems.

This inspired the annual Young Diplomats Forum organized by the Global Diplomats Forum.

This year’s forum focused on close working with leading organisations and governments in organising thought-provoking platforms with more than a 100 partners from the leading organisations such as the United Nations, World Bank, European Union and the World Economic Forum.

The event was held in London from the 10th of July to the 15th of July with selected young leaders and diplomats from more than 70 countries across the world including Ghana‘s Madam Eunice Owusu Afriyie; World Orphans Day Ambassador (Ghana) and CEO of STEM Girls Foundation, a non-profit organisation with the mission to engage women and girls in deprived conditions in STEM skills to solve problems and create innovative solutions to achieve sustainable communities and to increase female participation in STEM spheres.

Eunice Owusu Afriyie award


Other stakeholders at the forum included the secretary General of the Commonwealth, Baroness Patricia Scotland, Swiss Ambassador to the United Kingdom His Excellency Dominik Furgler, British diplomat, Lord Hanney and Jamie Angus, Editor of Today Programmme on BBC.


The sessions were held in monumental institutions like the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Facebook Headquarters, Europe House and the UK Houses of Parliament to create a lasting, memorable and never-to-be-forgotten experience for the worlds young diplomats.

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