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ONE YOUNG WORLD SUMMIT 2022 – PEACEFUL FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP
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ONE YOUNG WORLD SUMMIT 2022 – PEACEFUL FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP

[Fully Funded]16-19 May 2021 || Tokyo, JapanDeadline: 25 November 2021Violence among young people is a global emergency with impacts on public health, human rights and economic prosperity. An estimated 200,000 10–29 year-olds are victims of homicide each year, accounting for 42% of total victims. This statistic is just one aspect of a broader spectrum of violence committed by and against young people including bullying, sexual assault and serious physical and psychological injury with life-long consequences.The Peaceful Futures Scholarship has been established to identify and amplify the voices of young leaders who undertake exemplary work to end youth violence and create a peaceful future for their peers and subsequent generations.Peaceful Futures Scholars will participat...
Positive Approach on Environmental Problems for Modern Industry
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Positive Approach on Environmental Problems for Modern Industry

By Enggar Dwi NurhayatiThe modern industry in Japan began in the city of Kitakyushu when the government-owned Yahata steelworks was established in 1901. On the other hand, this high growth of the industry was accompanied by serious industrial pollution. In the past, the bacteria could not even live in the Dokai Bay area, known then as the “Sea of Death”. While once the sky rained down the highest level of polluted precipitation in Japan, earning it the moniker of “the seven-colored smoke”, the skies have improved to the point where the city has been officially recognized for its starry sky. After much struggle, Kitakyushu had finally reclaimed its beautiful seas and skies.Japan has Kitakyushu and Indonesia has Karawang as the center of industry. Many companies wer...