Nkechikwu Azinge, 26, Nigeria, founded the Sickle Cell Aid Foundation after witnessing family members struggling with the disease.
Do you know of any young people making a difference? Throughout history, it is often young people who lead social movements and shepherd new ideas based on concepts of diversity and inclusion. Why then, do young people often get labelled as "lazy" or "apathetic"? How can we further inspire young people to take action? How can we create cross-generational movements that unite young people with established activists and organizers?