Many Languages One World 

Hear the Voices of Our Past Winners!

Over the past four years, the Many Languages, One World® essay contest has brought students together and empowered them to share ideas on how multilingualism and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals can drive us to a brighter future. These global citizens have displayed a passion for global change, and have opened the doors to countless opportunities. 

In 2018, we are pausing the contest to take a look back and celebrate their successes.  This year, we will be releasing a series of videos and webcast of our past winners.  

Hear from Many Languages, One World 2017 winner Reina Rabih Hamdan, as she shares her experience as an MLOW winner and speaks about what she has been working on since the event!

Reina Rabih Hamdan, Lebanon
2017 Many Languages, One World Winner
Language of Essay: Spanish
Sustainable Development Goal 11: “Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”



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Winning Essayists

Gabriela Sofia Rossainzz Jardon, United States - Arabic Group

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Oumarou Zougmore, Burkina Faso - Chinese Group

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Ngoc Minh Tù, Vietnam - English Group

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Aparna Clarke, United Kingdom - French Group


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Diana Marwan Fozat Khasawneh, Jordan - Russian Group

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Ellen Da Silva, Brazil - Spanish Group

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