Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
OVERVIEW There are more than 700 million young people in Asia-Pacific, an incredible source of energy and creativity. But while only 20 per cent of the region’s workers are aged between 15 and 24, these young people account for almost half the Asia-Pacific’s jobless. Without sufficient numbers of new, decent employment opportunities the social and economic growth potential of the region will be compromised. For those young people who do have jobs (about 300 million), the issue is one of quality. Many young men and women simply cannot afford to be unemployed and are obliged to take up jobs with poor pay, poor conditions and poor prospects. Without decent work, young people struggle to maintain dignity, build a family and invest in their future. The youth employment challenge is complex and closely intertwined with economic development, child labor, rural livelihoods, urban and trans-border migration, gender, poverty and vulnerability. The tools for addressing the challenge are similarly diverse – education, training, skills development, social protection, self-employment and entrepreneurship, language and technology. This summit, we’re here to solve the youth challenge and solve the world’s problems. With full-day of leadership and self-development training, Global Goals summit having incredible speakers, designed to create the perfect blend of practical, actionable skills, and advice mind-blowing, perspective – changing inspiration. ABOUT GLOBAL GOALS SUMMIT Global Goals Youth Summit, is a place where young leaders from various countries can develop their Global Goals value, make a global impact, take action as Changemakers. Entering the second annual session, Global Goals Youth Summit. Entering its Second year, annual session, GLOBAL GOALS Youth SUMMIT aims to create new urban agents and to teach the urban youth how to join the SDGs agenda in their respective countries. With the grand theme on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), GLOBAL GOALS Youth SUMMIT offers a fully inspiring talks by renowned international expert on SDGs, exciting cultural exchange sessions and a comprehensive leadership training that emphasizes future leader qualities. All of these activities combined will gather the most excellent 150 young professionals, activists and leaders of Asia Pacific countries, allowing delegates to have an overwhelmingly rich network of contacts around the world. In a nutshell, this conference would be the best opportunity for global youth leaders in Asia Pacific to expand their influence and provide them with a platform of collaboration in reaching their personal and professional goals to be the front-runner of sustainable development in their respective countries.