Delegate: Mr. Kelemen
58. Mr. Kelemen (Hungary), speaking as a youth delegate, in a pre-recorded video statement, said that many young Hungarians had spoken to him about issues including their mental health disorders and experiences of online harassment and cyberbullying. Many had expressed their concerns about politics and whether their voice would be heard. The vast majority of his generation was also concerned about climate change, but believed that there was more talk of sustainability than action to achieve it. In addition, through his voluntary work with a non-governmental organization, he had gained an understanding of the realities faced by minority communities facing discrimination and social exclusion. Effective communication would foster mutual trust, so that cooperation could thrive and progress be made towards building more inclusive societies.
UN Doc.: A/C.3/76/SR.3