Born in Montreal to a family of Cambodian war refugees, Jimmy Ung has visited 30 countries and worked for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, Parliament, and charity UNIS. His interests lie in cultural citizenship, civic participation, non-formal education, and how new technology fits into society. He holds a degree in Industrial Relations from University of Montreal and has expertise in philanthropic management. He is passionate about social justice, citizen action, youth engagement, health, politics, and international solidarity. Jimmy offers conferences and workshops on themes of intercultural dialogue, world citizenship, and cultural diversity. His latest project focuses on themes of privilege and awareness.