The summit noticed 1000’s of younger leaders from greater than 190 international locations have discussions over three days on the most important points affecting humanity.
Between panels, delegates got the chance to community and collaborate on points together with local weather change, peace and reconciliation, schooling, refugee rights and racial justice.
Akanksha Deo Sharma, from India, stated attending the summit had been “life-changing”.
“I believe this summit has been very inspirational, very thought-provoking,” she stated.
“And what I beloved probably the most was it had an undertone of a really large rebellious spirit, which I actually respect.”
She added: “I’ve heard so many superb younger shapeshifters, change-makers, and the one lesson that I’ll take is that – you’re sufficient, you may make a change.
“All people, regardless of if they’re one particular person or an organisation or working an enormous crew. You all have the potential to make change.”
Nothulasizwe Mokoena, a delegate from South Africa, stated her time in Belfast had been “mind-provoking”.
“I discovered myself pondering deeply about social challenges that I didn’t actually take into consideration earlier than the summit,” she stated.
“So actually mind-provoking and actually simply mind-blowing. A whole lot of studying to take residence with me to return and begin working and dealing laborious.”
Ms Mokoena stated her discussions on the discussion board gave her a brand new perspective on how world points fluctuate from nation to nation.
“Once I got here right here, I assumed we form of like have the identical challenges, however every nation is definitely experiencing totally different challenges,” she stated.
“And what we’re experiencing in South Africa is totally totally different to what they’re experiencing in Japan. So all of us are available right here with totally different challenges and sharing views, and it has been attention-grabbing.”
Ryosuke Bamba, from Japan, waved a Japanese flag as he took footage with different delegates he had met through the week.
“I actually loved making that connection and sharing my experiences and the great factor was we impressed one another and I used to be impressed by working with the delegates,” he stated.
Motaz Amer, who’s initially from Yemen and resides in Northern Eire, stated the week was “unbelievable and unbelievable”.
“Individuals from totally different elements of the world, greater than 190 international locations, the identical place collectively sharing perspective and experiences. Only a lifetime. Yeah, you can not discover it wherever else,” he stated.
Mr Amer stated he had realized to talk some Japanese.
“Listening is vital. Variety drives innovation, and collectively we will change the world,” he stated.
“We’re not the leaders of tomorrow, we’re the leaders of at present.”
Semiratu Abdallah, from Ghana, works in renewable and inexperienced vitality.
“The week has been very superb,” she stated.
“It was very enlightening, studying and relearning various things.
“After which the message of hope has been very repeating over every part that I’ve realized and each dialogue that I’ve had, in order that’s the one factor I’ve taken away from right here is the message of hope.”