Each year The Youth Global Forum brings together over 100 young talented innovators and leaders from all around the world to discuss the most prevalent issues facing Youth today. This time participants will discuss, dissect and learn about one of the most intriguing topics we are currently facing: ‘’At the Crossroads: Industry 5.0 vs Inclusive Development: Where is the future’’?
We are rapidly moving towards a future where machines and technology are beginning to dominate the workplace but how do we deal with this challenge? It seems that whether it be Education, Security, Business or Manufacturing, no aspect of society will be exempt from the continued integration of man and machine. Hence, it’s important to understand how this next Industrial revolution will apply to us so that we can ensure future development is both equal and inclusive for all of us.
Over the course of the Youth Global Forum we will discuss these two ideals (Industry 5.0 vs Inclusive Development) and with the help of a diverse range of field experts and industry leaders equip youth with the necessary tools to achieve success. Young entrepreneurs will have the chance to pitch their very own projects related to the event theme, defend it, and participate in a diverse program where different internships, scholarships and grants will be offered to transform ideas into a reality.
Moreover, these young leaders will benefit from several workshops, keynotes and masterclasses led by some of the world’s foremost experts on the matter of Industry 5.0 vs Inclusive Development. Amsterdam, the Netherlands will provide a fitting backdrop to the Youth Global Forums 5th anniversary. This city serves a great model of social equality, technological innovation and youth participation and Youth Time International Movement would like to take advantage of its influence. The Youth Global Forum will help to develop the skills necessary for you to achieve success in the future, both on a professional and personal level. Do not miss the opportunity to be a part of the worldwide positive change.
Fully and partially funded reporting fellowships will be offered for media people to take part in the event.