When Rebecca learnt about the Shared Histories Young Ambassadors opportunity, she knew she wanted to be part of it.
Lyndi talks about her great interest in history and in the significance of WW1.
Jeremy started deepening his interest in understanding WW1 on a first trip to France in 2008.
Katie wants to explore the impact the First World War had on people then.
Emma immerses herself in school life and wants to know more about her ancestors.
Eleana writes about why she chooses to be a Young Ambassador 2018.
Shani shares her view on the commemoration and tells about her interest in being a Young Ambassador 2018.
It’s a shame to admit but today was the first time I attended the ANZAC dawn service.
I was a crazy francophile back in 2014 and I’m proud to say that nothing has changed, nearly three years later.
It’s crazy to think that almost three years have passed since our Young Ambassador trip back in 2014!
I have always wanted to be a doctor.
Three years have passed since my wonderfully experience as a Shared Histories ambassador.
Oh how time flies when you’re having fun!
Francophones en herbe
He aha te kai ō te rangatira?
He kōrero he kōrero he kōrero
Quelle est la nourriture du leader?
C’est la connaissance, c’est la communication.
What is the food of the leader?
It is knowledge, it is communication.
I was selected last year as one of the 10 young people from around New Zealand to go to France as a Shared Histories Young Ambassador, and commemorate New Zealand's involvement in the war. It was an incredible experience to be a part of the Young...
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