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The Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Future of Work for the Next Generation

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), EY-Parthenon

Increasingly, the economy is demanding that youth adopt an entrepreneurial mindset to earn a living. Unfortunately, today's schools are ill equipped to provide the training in the behavioral skills that comprise this mindset, like opportunity recognition, critical problem solving and communication.

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Presentation

The Youth Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment Forum

ORGANIZER: 
International Labour Organization
DATE: 
Nov 13, 2018 (08:00am) to Nov 14, 2018 (06:00pm)

Join us at the YES Forum to learn more about youth entrepreneurship policies, improving access to finance for young entrepreneurs and facilitating access to markets. The two-day programme will include plenary sessions, inspirational talks, a marketplace for key actors, and a pitching competition for young entrepreneurs. The YES Forum is a featured event of the Global Entrepreneurship Week and is jointly organized by the ILO, ITC, UNCDF, UNCTAD and UNIDO under the aegis of the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth.

Four Ways to Promote Girls' Access to New Economic Opportunities

Feed the Future Knowledge-Driven Agricultural Development Project, MarketLinks

The Making Cents International 2018 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit (GYEO) galvanized important conversations about how to foster and promote entrepreneurship, skills, resiliency, solutions, and excitement to create employment opportunities. Many of the Summit breakout sessions concentrated specifically on girls’ economic empowerment and how changemakers, foundations, implementing partners, and communities can mobilize around youth through a gendered lens.

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Article

Achieving Gender Equality by 2030: Putting Adolescents on the Agenda

ORGANIZER: 
Global Early Adolescent Study
DATE: 
Nov 12, 2018 (07:45am to 09:30am)

This side event focuses on the key role of adolescents in Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve Gender Equality and Empowerment of all Women and Girls by 2030.

Youth Impact: Unleashing the Power of Youth to Deliver on Global Goals

ORGANIZER: 
International Youth Foundation
DATE: 
Oct 11, 2018 (01:00pm to 07:00pm)

On Thursday, October 11, 2018, the International Youth Foundation (IYF) and 

World Bank Youth Summit 2018: Unleashing the Power of Human Capital

ORGANIZER: 
The World Bank
DATE: 
Dec 3, 2018 (All day) to Dec 4, 2018 (All day)

Established in 2013, the Youth Summit is an annual event held by the World Bank Group (WBG) to engage with youth globally on the most pressing topics facing their generation.

Understanding the Impact of Trauma & Mental Health on Youth Economic Opportunity: A Case Study from South Africa

Waves 4 Change, Ashoka Fellows
Today, the impact of trauma on young people can be seen world-wide. From young migrants traveling to the Southern border from gang-violence affected communities in Central America, to young refugees displaced by conflict, the long-term implications for youth wellbeing and economic growth and opportunity are inexplicably linked. 
 
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Presentation

Powering Youth Positive Attitudes Through Visioning: A Foundation for Improved Wellbeing

Youth Alive Uganda

The Power of Vision Model is a “bridge” between current reality and desired future. The model helps create clear purpose and sense of direction in life upon which future decisions, actions and resources are based. The model helps young people to go through a process of self-discovery, draw their vision, break it down into stratified life goals, identify required resources, act on their vision and track progress using simple methodologies.

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Presentation

Strengthening Youth Resilience in Conflict-Affected Areas Through Collective Impact

Education Development Center, FHI 360, Creative Associates International

In areas where conflict and violence are present, youth are prone to be victims and/or perpetrators of violence. In these contexts, youth economic opportunity programs are compelled to create responses that not only do no harm, but also strengthen youth resilience in a way that minimizes the impact of violence. This session covers collective impact (CI) approaches for implementing and sustaining youth workforce and livelihoods projects within fragile environments, with the end goal of strengthening youth resilience.

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