Future of work for youth at One Young World
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs together with the ILO will co-organize a session on the Future of Work at the One Young World conference in London on 25 October 2019 in the context of the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth. The session will focus on the future of work for youth in the Middle East, North Africa, Sahel/West Africa and the Horn of Africa. The session will be attended by 50 young people and will also contribute to a study on meaningful youth engagement led by the Youth Employment Funders Group.
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One Young World relies on the support of a wide network of partners and supporters to ensure that young leaders from around the world can participate in the Summit and join the Ambassador network. One Young World partners with 180+ global businesses, NGOs and educational institutions - boasting the largest corporate footprint of any organisation in the third sector.
Partners send their most talented young leaders to the Summit, recognising the event as an effective talent development & retention platform and unrivalled international networking opportunity. Other partners support Delegates from charity partners or fund One Young World administered scholarships as a means of working towards their sustainability and responsibility commitments. Others still combine these two approaches through branded scholarships to support delegations that connect the best young leaders from their organisations with independent activists, entrepreneurs, innovators and changemakers, thereby enabling powerful peer-to-peer learning and collaboration.