For the 13th 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, September 3-7, 2018 are leaders of non-governmental institutions, representatives of youth political parties, employers' associations, young research scientists, journalists and entrepreneurs.
The modern education system should gradually banish what is old-fashioned and fossilized in order to adapt to the currently progressing technological changes. High-speed Internet connection in every educational institution, interactive whiteboard in each classroom and subject-themed rooms are the matter of our close future. Chalkboard and eraser should be thrown on the scrap heap.
The message that was transmitted to the young leaders by the Minister of Health was to make them realize what is their role in the society. ‘Health protection is extremely difficult but at the same time an important sector of national politics. It is one of the most important sectors, according to opinion polls, but also the most complicated when it comes to good management.
The number of people interested in the debate about Europe’s and world’s future that have met here this year makes me very happy’, she said. ‘It fits into the topic of the meeting in Krynica – Europe of common values or Europe of common interests? It is the right topic to discuss for those who are truly interested in creating the future, but at the same time, this is a very difficult question because it touches the core of the functioning of the European Union, which seems to forget about Christian values that are supposed to be its base
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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 13th Economic Forum of Young Leaders. It is to be held on September 3-7, 2018 in Nowy Sącz and Krynica.
European Meeting Centre - Nowy Staw Foundation and Municipality of Nowy Sącz together realised a project “Actively Cooperating Cities – Active Regions” - a public task co-financed by Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of the competition “The assistance of civil and municipal dimension of Poland’s foreign policy 2018”.
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