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11 students to represent Sri Lanka at Global Social Leaders World Summit 2019


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Global Social Leaders World Summit organised by Future Foundations and Wellington Leadership Institute UK, will be held from 4 to 16 August in United Kingdom bringing young people together from and across the world, who are driven to make social changes on a global scale. 

11 students from Lyceum International School, Kurunegala and Anuradhapura will be representing Sri Lanka at the aforesaid summit for the very first time.

As the young citizens of a multi-ethnic country, which is moving towards development goals, these students will share their experience in the forum on their future responsibilities to develop the motherland.

Students who have been selected to represent Sri Lanka are; Methlini Periyapperuma (Lyceum Kurunegala), Arindi Jayasinghe (Lyceum Kurunegala), Nehara Ranasinghe (Lyceum Kurunegala), Senooka Somarathna (Lyceum Kurunegala), Indumina Avinash (Lyceum Anuradhapura), Sneha Wickramasinghe (Lyceum Anuradhapura), Risindi Herath (Lyceum Anuradhapura), Addhya Manimaran (Lyceum Anuradhapura), Adam Keshara (Lyceum Anuradhapura), Jeethwara Jayathilaka (Lyceum Anuradhapura) and Thewanma Wijayasiri from Lyceum Anuradhapura.

 


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