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Personally, I struggle with these concepts for the developed as well as the developing world. Whilst I have witnessed first-hand, the effectiveness of international organizations, like UNESCO, the contextual challenges are enormous.
Examples of barriers abound everywhere. In the US, look at the example of unpaid internships. In Europe, look at the impact of austerity. Germany‘s public humiliation of Greece this week is just the latest example.
As John Gelmini and I have frequently highlighted in this blog, young people must get smart and get ahead of the curve.
Let me turn this to an open question:
How should young people from humble or poor backgrounds realize their own human potential?