BAKU, Azerbaijan, Sept.7
The Young Leaders Forum 2021 organized by the Nizami Ganjavi International Center continued on Sept.7 , Trend reports.
The Forum is a unique gathering of about 20 to 30 diverse leading young leaders from the world’s top scholarship programs and leading industries who have tremendous potential to make positive impacts in the world. Program aims to invite two to three representatives from some of the world’s most competitive and selective scholarships, as well as successful young professionals and entrepreneurs. Top scholars tend to socialize within their respective network. In an interconnected world, we need to build a strong platform to engage with other global scholars and young leaders, exchange ideas, strengthen relationships, and hopefully collaborate with each other to help improve people’s lives.
The second day of the forum featured the topics on Future of Jobs: Education for Knowledge, Skills and Character; Challenge of Future Technologies: Risks and Opportunities.
The panels were addressed by Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, President of Mauritius 2015-2018 and Zlatko Lagumdzija, Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2001- 2002, deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs 2012-2015.