Emmanuel Jal & Paul Lindley speak at WE Day UK!

posted by March 10, 2015 at 1:05 pm Schools No comments
Inspiring The Leaders of Tomorrow
On 5 March 2015, Emmanuel Jal & Paul Lindley appeared on stage at Wembley Arena to share their inspirational story with 12,500 young change-makers!

Others speaking at the event included Sir Richard Branson, Princess Beatrice, actor Martin Sheen & Kweku Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela. A powerful panel of advocates for social change!

We Day is part of the WE Act active citizenship programme, which supports schools & youth groups to make a difference in the world. Each young person in attendance had completed both a local & global act of community service in the last year.

It was great to share the vision of The Key is E with them & we hope they will join us in unlocking Africa's talent!

For more photos & videos of the day, check out our Instagram: @thekeyise

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