Three Dot Dash® is a global initiative of WAFF that supports Global Teen Leaders (GTLs) around the world who are actively working on projects that promote a more peaceful society by addressing one or more basic human needs — food, water, health, shelter, safety, education and the environment. The name Three Dot Dash is a mash-up of Morse code, used by telegraphs, and the two-fingered "V" gesture that has come to be known as the peace sign. In Morse code, "V" is •••—
Inspired by the late 13-year-old poet and peacemaker Mattie J.T. Stepanek, Three Dot Dash is a yearlong leadership and mentoring program that teaches teen leaders how to effectively "tell their stories" during the Just Peace Summit using various forms of media, current technology and distribution methods to gain media attention and public support. Three Dot Dash creates a sustainable worldwide network of individuals, corporations and nonprofit organizations to support GTLs and foster public participation around the globe. The Three Dot Dash Just Peace Summits have brought together GTLs from 46 countries on 6 continents. The 2015 Just Peace Summit will take place March 23 — 29, 2015 in New York City.
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The 2015 Global Teen Leaders are positively denting the world with their extraordinary work. From creating new early cancer detection tests to tackling gender equality in conservative countries, these 13-19 year olds are people you want to know. They come from: Canada, The Gambia, India, Kenya, Morocco, Thailand, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, USA and Zimbabwae. Get to know them...