For the 12th time young leaders from all over the Europe are meeting in Poland to debate about the European's future and the future of the young generation. The purpose of Economic Forum of Young Leaders is to create an international think tank consisting of representatives of European future elites who act at a local level in their own countries as well as initiate joint projects that allow to build the better tomorrow.
Participants of the Forum that takes place in Nowy Sącz between the 4th and 8th of September 2017 are leaders of non-governmental institutions, representatives of youth political parties, employers' associations, young research scientists, journalists and entrepreneurs.
This year's Forum agenda includes the following topics:
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Nationale-Nederlanden has consistently supported initiatives to promote rational saving, financial management of own and hedging against unforeseen events. Increasing demographic challenges influence social structure and labour market. Hence, it is essential to involve young people in popularizing attitudes connected with estabilishing longterm financial security. Thus, Nationale-Nederlanden decided on participating in this year's 12th Economic Forum of Young Leaders. It is to be held on September 5-7, 2017 in Nowy Sącz and Krynica.
Young people from Central Europe are no longer invisible. They are advisors and heads of offices of ministers, prime ministers and presidents, work for the world's think tanks, reach for a significant position in the European institutions and indigenous political parties. There is many youth organizations in V4 countries, and these organizations should to their best to help these young people increase their role in international policy of the region. It is important to support young people from V4 countries in their activities and help them to design and deliver their opinions on topics important to them.
Amer Benouda, France
Mariya Romanyshyn, Ukraine
Jennifer Hartl, Germany
Irakli Danelia, Georgia
Prime Minister, Poland
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Science and Higher Education, Poland
EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport
Chairperson of the Committee for European Affairs Chamber of Deputies, Romania
CEO, Nationale-Nederlanden PTE S.A., Poland
Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
Former Prime Minister of Poland, Chairman of the Partners Board in EY
Head of the Business Unit of Automotive Fraunhofer IPA