The Internet has significantly changed the way in which our society connects with one another, does business, and socializes. Muzoon started her campaign in Jordan, where she was residing as a refugee in camps for three years, including 18 months in Za’atari. In the course of the six-day visit, Muzoon saw the impression of the Boko Haram insurgency on kids’s training, reminding her of her own experiences four years ago when she was uprooted by the Syria conflict.\n\nShe made a powerful connection with the kids she met including a 16-12 months-outdated lady who was abducted by Boko Haram exterior her college in Nigeria at the age of 13 and was drugged, exploited and abused for three years before fleeing to Chad. On the last day of the mission, Muzoon delivered an emotional speech at a university in N’Djamena to an audience of 300 female university students.\n\nMost just lately Muzoon attended the G20 in Germany where she spoke at the World Citizen concert and met with world leaders including Angela Merkel to ask them to protect every child’s right to an Training regardless of their background. This 12 months Humza grew to become the first British YouTuber to have his own scripted TV show with the launch of his comedy sequence ‘Coconut’, which aired on BBC Three on 5th July 2017.\n\nMariana Atencio is a Peabody-Award successful journalist and correspondent for MSNBC and NBC News, where she covers domestic and international issues by way of breaking news and special stories. In the 2016 election, Atencio centered her reporting on the importance of Latino voters in the U.S. Prior to NBC, she worked as an anchor for Univision and Fusion Network.\n\nAtencio’s coverage of the 2014 pupil protests in Venezuela aired on ABC’s World News with David Muir. In 2017, she gave a TEDx Discuss in regards to the search for our humanity, tolerance and inclusiveness in our world. Atencio has a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate College of Journalism, for which she was awarded a advantage scholarship in 2008.