Global Challenges – Local Solutions
The Young Global Changers are students, young academics, young professionals, entrepreneurs and young non-profit leaders from around the world who are developing and implementing ideas to bring about positive change, whether at the global, regional or local level. In this session, we will present four different projects by Young Global Changers from four different parts ... Read more
Policy Brief
Toward a comprehensive approach to youth empowerment for climate action
Leila Dagher (American University of Beirut), Neha (The Energy and Resources Institute), Nova Ahmad (Global Young Academy, North South University), Shahad Almufti (Decision Support Center—Royal Court), Liz Canner (Astrea Media), Lim Boon Han (Global Young Academy, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman), Shabana Khan (Global Young Academy, Indian Research Academy), Noura Mansouri (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)), Chioma Daisy Onyige (Global Young Academy, University of Port Harcourt), Neeshad Shafi (Arab Youth Climate Movement), Renard Siew (Global Young Academy, Centre for Governance and Political Studies), D.G. Webster (Dartmouth University), Sara Zaini (Emkan Education)
Policy Brief
Enabling youth to create jobs instead of searching for jobs: Labor market-friendly incubators
Saud Almutairi (Qassim University), Abdullatif A. Almunifi (Qassim University)
Policy Brief
Fiscal sustainability and social cohesion in the face of demographic change
Chul Ju Kim (Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)), Pitchaya Sirivunnabood (Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)), Yong Jun Baek (Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)), Karen Young (American Enterprise Institute), Cian Mulligan (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)), Sara Lechtenberg-Kasten (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC))
Policy Brief
Assessing trends in global youth immigrants in selected countries of Africa and Asia
Oluyemi O. Fayomi (Admiralty University of Nigeria), Oluwayemisi A. Adepoju (Westland University), Adeniyi T. Adetunji (Admiralty University of Nigeria), Maryam Sali (National Universities Commission)
Global Solutions Hub
What can the G20 do to respond to demographic challenges and shape policies for migrants and refugees?
Policy Area:
Summit 2020
The demographic structure of G20 countries differs significantly: Aging societies, such as Japan or European countries face significant challenges for their welfare states and the effectiveness of macroeconomic policies. Young societies, such as Turkey or Saudi Arabia, face significant challenges with youth unemployment and the school-to-work transition. This Global Table will address policy responses for ... Read more
Naoyuki Yoshino
Financial Research Centre, FSA Institute
Astrid Skala-Kuhmann
Global Partnership
Mehmet Şimşek
Republic of Turkey
Güven Sak
The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV)

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