Discussion » The 2014 Youth Summit is over: So now what?
We heard several speakers talk about a domino effect on Tuesday. What are YOU planning to do to take what you learned at the 2014 Youth Summit back to your communities and networks?
I for one will start to use this group to hopefully keep in touch with Youth summit attendees
I am lucky to live 30 minutes away from world bank, So:
I will try and connect alumni of the youth summit with alumni of the world bank tedx ending poverty - this included celebrations of Africa's pop star Dbanj being named as apples global ambassador for BEATS. I will try to link this in with world bank's open learning campus on #2030now and youth jobs competitions out of any capital or grassroots youth/womens empowerment network with a sustainable future
I will also aim to map every youth and leadership action project associated with jim kim
Would love to co-blog or skype on connections like these - if you have an idea where please email email@example.com
The Young Americas Business Trust will announce officially the IV Young Americas Forum next Monday, October at 6pm.
The Young Americas Forum (YAF) is organized by YABT in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Panama and the Summits of the Americas Secretariat. Since the IV Summit of the Americas in Mar del Plata, Argentina in 2005, the Forum has accompanied the Summits process consolidating a solid platform for young people to participate as Social Actor in the Summits Process.
To take part in this event for youth, rsvp here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-official-announcement-of-the-iv-young-americas-forum-tickets-13853850239