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His Majesty the King is opening an international conference on the importance of young people in decision making. He discusses the need for young people to be engaged in the political process and the importance of hearing their voices. He emphasizes the need for all citizens to be educated about the importance of youth in decision making.

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Question: A head of the Commonwealth his Majesty the King is opening an international conference on ths importance of young people in decision making.Write his speech.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, distinguished guests, fellow leaders, and most importantly, our valued youth representatives, It is both an honor and a privilege for me to stand before you today, as the head of the Commonwealth, at this international conference on the importance of young people in decision making. Our world is dynamic, and as it evolves and advances, so must the perspectives and voices that shape its future. Our youth, in all their passion and potential, play a critical role in this collective vision. As we gather here, I am particularly reminded of the words of the great Nelson Mandela, who once said, "The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow." This is not only true, but profoundly significant. The decisions we make today will impact the lives of generations to come. This means that our young people must have a say and play an active role in shaping their future. It is essential, therefore, that we invest in education, empower young minds, and enable our youth to meaningfully engage in discussions pertaining to the future of our world. Furthermore, we must actively involve them in matters such as climate change, sustainable development, social justice, and global peace. In the age of globalization and rapid development, our youth must be equipped with adequate skills and knowledge to not only adapt to this rapidly changing landscape, but also to lead the way. Through innovation and fresh insights, young people have the potential to find solutions to some of the most pressing issues that we face today. In the Commonwealth, we take immense pride in our diverse cultures, traditions, and backgrounds. This is a mosaic of perspectives that can only serve to enrich the discussions that happen on this critical platform. By fostering an environment that encourages cooperation, collaboration, and empathy, we can create a world where our youth are not only participants but drivers of change. To our young delegates here today, I commend you for your commitment and dedication in promoting the importance of youth engagement in decision making. You are the torchbearers for a brighter, more sustainable future, and your voice is not only valued but crucial in order to create meaningful change. In conclusion, I urge all present here today – leaders, experts, and young delegates – to embrace the spirit of collaboration and respect for one another as we embark on this journey together. Encourage open conversations, seek to understand, and be inspired by the wisdom and energy in this room. For it is only through hearing and acting upon the voices of our young people that we can truly fulfill our shared responsibility in shaping a world that is just, equitable, and sustainable for all. God bless you all, and may this international conference be the beginning of many fruitful collaborations and lasting positive change. Thank you.

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April 16, 2023, 11:01 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, April 16, 2023

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