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Last updated:27 March, 2009 - 12:22 GMT

What young people want from the G20

Leaders of the world's 20 most powerful countries will meet in London on 2nd April.

Students from St Ninian's High School near Glasgow

Many of the students in Glasgow are worried about their job prospects

The World Today has been finding out what young people around the world hope to see achieved at the summit.

In Swaziland, a country not in the G20, but whose citizens will be watching with interest, many people live in chronic poverty.

Food shortages are widespread and over 40% of the population are infected with HIV.

Pupils from the Waterford Kamhlaba United World College gave their opinions.

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Ramsha, Sharabanov and Rashique are students from the Islamabad Convent School in Pakistan.

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The World Today then brought together three high school students from two countries: Brazil and Germany.

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In the final part of the series, Alison Gee spoke to Gemma, Sarah and Mark in Glasgow in the UK and Naa and Angela in Accra, Ghana.

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First broadcast 23-26 March 2009

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