Some time ago, Princess Mary, the wife of the future king of Denmark, disappeared from all radars - any news about the Australian ceased to appear in the press, and in general the ubiquitous journalists lost the princess, and nothing was known about her whereabouts. However, the other day it turned out that Mary just decided to plunge into the student atmosphere again: from March 28 to April 8, the princess found herself in America, where she took an accelerated course at the prestigious Harvard University. The young mother preferred the most serious direction, namely “Leadership and public policy of the XXI century”. This course was developed by the university in cooperation with the World Economic Forum and is aimed at young rulers from all over the world. Well, this choice is not at all accidental - after all, soon Mary's husband,Crown Prince Frederick is to replace his father on the Danish throne, and Mary, despite her simple origins, will become queen.
The Young Leaders Community (YGLs) has been around since 2004 and brings together young politicians and heads of state who, with their fresh perspectives on reality, strive to improve the living conditions for ordinary people around the world. Mary joined the group of positively-minded young "arbiters of destinies" back in 2012, thanks to her social activities, and since then has not stopped improving. Such an eagerness to acquire new knowledge is commendable, because, as you know, only education can change the world. Mary, it seems, believes this statement, and is not going to stop there.
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