Adelle Onyango meets the Duchess of Cambridge at the World Summit on Media for Children in Mancheshter.

Adelle Onyango at the ongoing World Summit on Media for Children

 

  • The Children’s Global Media Summit was founded in 1995
  • It is held after every three years

Prince William and Kate of Cambridge met a number of handpicked delegates in an official receiving arrive at the Children’s Global Media Summit in Manchester, England and Adelle Onyango was among the chosen few.

Kate Middleton spent several minutes with Adelle to discuss cultural differences between Kenya and the UK as well as effects of cyberbullying on internet users.

Adelle Onyango hit the international headlines when she began a campaign against rape and online harassment

Her efforts were lauded by the BBC who then named her among their award-winning 100 women and later chose her to represent Kenya in this year’s Children Global Media Summit.

Adele Onyango at the ongoing World Summit on Media for Children

The summit began on Tuesday bringing together creatives, technology innovators, policymakers, executives and thought leaders from across the globe.

The Children’s Global Media Summit, formally known as World Summit on Media for Children, was founded in 1995 and is held every three years in different parts of the world.


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