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In December Paris, France hosted the Youth Time International Movements fourth annual Youth Global Forum. The diversity of the world was on show as distinguished guests, experts and participants from over forty nations gathered to discuss Impact Investment & the Role of Entrepreneurs. This three day forum saw attendants participate in various workshops, masterclasses and key-note speeches from the some of the world’s foremost experts in the field. The event culminated with fifteen project presenters getting the chance to showcase their projects with one ultimately winning the coveted Youth Time Idea grant to turn their project into a reality!

As the European Winter broke, participants arrived from across the world into the French Capital to attend this year’s Youth Global Forum. This year the Dolce Chantilly fittingly played host to this year’s event as the essence of France could not have better been captured than at this location in the Paris country-side.

After settling into their new home for the next few days attendees for this year’s forum were treated to the best food, wine and music that Paris had to offer at that evenings welcome reception.

The sounds of Jazz & soul rang out as guests arrived into the banquet hall. This set a relaxed and inviting atmosphere that really helped to ‘break the ice’ amongst guests as they exchanged greetings and pleasantries.

It was here that guests were introduced to their Master of Ceremonies for the 2018 Youth Global Forum & 2018 Youth Time International Ambassador, Mr Mohammed Shaheed Khan.

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2018 Youth Time International Ambassador, Mr Mohammed Shaheed Kha
 

He briefly told of his wonderful memories from pervious forums and previewed what was to come in the following days. Words were kept brief as a stunning feast awaited guests following Mohammad’s welcoming remarks. A truly great way to kick off the proceedings for the event.

The following morning the official Opening Ceremony took place signifying the start to formal proceedings for this year’s Youth Global Forum. Ms. Julia Kinash, Founder and President of Youth Time International, opened this year’s forum reflecting on the success of previous events and also the success of previous winners of the ‘Youth Time Idea Grant’.

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Julia Kinash – Founder and President of Youth Time International

Her remarks were quickly followed by Mr Jimmy Ganai, CEO of IPMI International School of Business and Youth Time International partner, who had kind words for the work of Youth Time International. The Opening Ceremony was finally concluded by Naveen Chaudhary, Youth Time International Ambassador, whose words served to inspire the participants who had travelled from near and far to take part in this year’s Youth Global Forum.

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Mr Jimmy Ganai

>With the formalities completed it was into the first of two Keynote speeches to be delivered on the first day of the programme. The first Keynote was delivered by Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Former President of Russian Railways & Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute. Following on from Dr. Yakunin was Robert Rubinstein, Founder of TBLI (Triple Bottom Line Investing) Group, who spoke of ‘Attempting to Demystify Impact Investment’.

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Dr. Vladimir Yakunin

On their return from lunch participants were treated to their choice of a number of fantastic workshops covering various aspects of Impact Investment.

Dr Rieki Crins, Founder of the Learning Exchange Foundation and Author of ‘Blacklisted in Bhutan, spoke on ‘Impact Investing in Education: Case Study of a Social Enterprise in an Emerging Market’. Ardo Ryan Dwitano, Finance expert and faculty member of IPMI International School of Business, led a workshop discussing ‘The latest trends in Impact Investment’. The final workshop was led by Mr. Mohammed Shaheed Khan, Senior Islamic Banker and Harvard alumni, who educated participants on ‘New Financial Instruments in Impact Investment’.

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 Dr Rieki Crins

After a short break participants were then treated to a Masterclass from Ekkehard Ernst, Chief Macroeconomist for the International Labour Organization, which was entitled ‘Impact Investing in Combatting Unemployment’. The day’s program was brought to an end by Dr. Waleed Sadek, Co-chair of the United Nations Sustainable Development Commission Post 2015, who spoke of ‘The Role of Impact Investing in SDG’s.

The next morning brought one of the world’s foremost experts on Profitable Impact Investing, Anne-Louise Thon Schur, to the stage who presented on the topic of ‘Social Investment: Gaps and Opportunities in Emerging Markets ‘.

After a small break it was time for this year’s Project Presenters to put forth their projects in the hope to win ‘The Youth Time Idea Grant’. The projects would be evaluated by a Jury Panel consisting of Ms. Julia Kinash, President and Co-Founder of Youth Time International Movement; Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Former President of Russian Railways & Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute; Robert Rubenstein, Founder of TBLI (Triple Bottom Line Investing) Group; Dr. Rieki Crins, Founder of the Learning Exchange Foundation and Author of ‘Blacklisted in Bhutan; Dr. Waleed Sadek, Co-chair of the United Nations Sustainable Development Commission Post 2015 & finally Mr. Jimmy Ganai, CEO of IPMI International School of Business.

Following each round of presentations, a Q&A session commenced whereby the audience and members of the jury panel were invited to delve into further details for each project. The presentations were followed by a voting process whereby each participant was asked to vote for an overall winner and state the reasons behind their choice. The results of the voting would be announced during the closing and awarding ceremony the following day.

The day concluded with two enlightening workshops led by both Rakesh Bisawas, Chairman of IYSERT ENERGY RESEARCH PVT LTD as well as the founder of International Youth Society of Eco friendly & Renewable Technology & Khalid Garba Mohammed, Executive Member of the International Pharmaceutical Foundation.

On the final day of Youth Global Forum guests were treated to day of cultural excursions; taking in all of the sights and sounds that Paris had to offer. The Louvre, The Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe were just some of the many highlights of the day’s adventures.

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Participants of the Youth Global Forum by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Night time broke and guests were carried away to one of Paris’s hidden gems. The simply stunning Royaumont Abbey provided the backdrop to the Closing Ceremony for this year’s Youth Global Forum.

Closing remarks were made by many of the events distinguished guests, led by Youth Time International Co-Founder and President Ms. Julia Kinash. The previous night the jury panel spent hours dissecting each of the projects presented earlier that day to determine who would be the successful recipients of the awards and prizes on offer.

First to receive his award was Ghanaian born Samuel Afadu who presented his project ‘Light My World’. The Light My World project seeks to provide a clean, safe and affordable source of light to children and students living in Ghana with no access to electricity. Samuel would now receive an Internship to IYSERT ENERGY RESEARCH PVT LTD with all flights and accommodation included.

Next to receive her award was Peru-native Nicole Morveli, whose project WEEDS won her a Scholarship to the IPMI International School of Business.

Jose Molinelli Gonzalez’s project, The Urban Hanging Gardens Initiative (UHGI), was so unique that the jury panel saw fit to create a brand new award for his Initiative. The award saw Jose receive the funding necessary to turn his dream into a reality that is set to benefit many in his home country of Puerto Rico.

The winner of this years coveted ‘Youth Time Idea Grant’ was Shinelle Bayrd, whose project ‘The Wellness Centre’ brought tears to the eyes of many in the room. The Wellness Centre will seek to raise awareness and provide support for persons dealing with mental health illnesses in her home nation of Guyana.

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The winner of the 2018 ‘Youth Time Idea Grant’ – Shinelle Bayrd, with the project ‘The Wellness Centre’

As the guests enjoyed their final moments together and danced the night away to the sounds of live band ‘The Dynamos’ you couldn’t help but reflect on the success of this year’s event.

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Closing Ceremony of 2018 Youth Global Forum in Paris

The 2018 Youth Global Forum saw the most diverse group of experts, honorary guests & participants brought together with over forty nations represented. In 2019 The Youth Global Forum will celebrate its 5 year anniversary and if it can achieve the success that it did in Paris then it will continue to achieve success in aiding in the development and promotion of youth and youth initiatives next year and for many years to come.

 

International movement Youth Time extended applications deadline for the Youth Global Forum 2018 to October 7th! The event will take place in Paris, France from December 2nd -6th and will gather together more than 100 participants, experts and trainers from all over the world with the aim of discussing ideas and solutions to some of the most prevalent youth issues. The topic of the annual event is Worldwide Impact Investment: the Role of Entrepreneurs”. Participation is partially funded. 

Main criteria

  • Young people 20-35 from around the world;
  • Master’s/PhD students, social entrepreneurs, young professionals, persons working at/with startup incubators and/or accelerators;
  • Fluent in English (reading, writing, speaking).

You can either apply as a project presenter or a basic participant. 

As a basic participant you can expect to:

  •  Participate in educational and interactive talks and become inspired through workshops conducted by esteemed honorable guests.
  • Gain valuable new skills, knowledge and experiences that will serve as a solid foundation for your future entrepreneurial endeavors.
  • Have a fruitful working and learning experience in the beautiful city of Paris.
  • Have a unique opportunity to meet with 100+ likeminded people from across the globe.
  • Network with renowned professionals in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, finance, science and technology.
  • Take part in a fantastic cultural exchange program which includes trips to see some of Paris’s’ most iconic attractions.
  • The program, food, and twin room shared accommodation are partially covered by Youth Time International Movement. Please take into consideration that travel costs are at your own expense.
  • Join each other in celebration at our welcome and closing dinners and attend the projects awarding ceremony.

As a basic participant you are expected to:

  • Inspire and evaluate all projects that are presented to you during the event and vote for a winner.
  • After invitation pay a participation fee of 300€ (foreign participants) or 150€ (local participants) or 1000€ (non-subsidiary). Only after payment is your participation guaranteed. See below for more information on participation options.
  • Take part in all components of the program and practice punctuality.
  • Follow Youth Time’s Code of Conduct (see below).

As a project presenter you can expect to:

  • Have the opportunity to present your project with the chance of being awarded a grant to realize your idea.
  • Work on your project proposal with the supervision of an expert (in setting up business initiatives) before the event.
  • Participate in educational and interactive talks and become inspired through workshops conducted by esteemed honorable guests.
  • Gain valuable new skills, knowledge and experiences that will serve as a solid foundation for your future entrepreneurial endeavors.
  • Have a fruitful working and learning experience in the beautiful city of Paris.
  • Have a unique opportunity to meet with 100+ likeminded people from across the globe.
  • Network with renowned professionals in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, finance, science and technology.
  • Take part in a fantastic cultural exchange program which includes trips to see some of Paris’s most iconic attractions.
  • The program, food, and twin room shared accommodation are covered by Youth Time International Movement. Please take into consideration that travel costs are at your own expense.
  • Join each other in celebration at our welcome and closing dinners and attend the projects awarding ceremony.

As project presenter you are expected to:

  • After invitation pay a project presenter participation fee of 200€ (foreign participants) or 150€ (local participants) or 1000€ (non-subsidiary). Please note that only after payment will we take your project into consideration.
  • Hand in your project proposal before Youth Time’s set deadlines.
  • Present project in front of all participants, experts and journalists at the event.
  • Gather 30% of the total required project budget yourself.
  • Take part in all components of the program and practice punctuality.
  • Follow Youth Time’s Code of Conduct (see below).

Information about participation fees

The complete program is covered by Youth Time International Movement, but please take into consideration that travel costs come at your own expense. Hotel accommodation is partially sponsored by Youth Time International Movement. Participation fees will go toward the budget which will support the grant awarded to the 1st place project winner. Below you will find more details on the participation fees.


Subsidiary Basic Participation
 

  • Registration fee excludingaccommodation (only available for residents of Paris): 150€ (Includes attendance of opening and closing/award ceremonies, gala dinner, tea breaks and meals, cultural activities, educational program, participants kit).
  • Registration fee includingtwin room shared accommodation: 300€ (Includes attendance of opening and closing/award ceremonies, gala dinner, tea breaks and meals, cultural activities, educational program, participants kit).
  • Payment details will be provided to the selected participants in the official invitation.
  • Only after payment will your participation be guaranteed. 

Subsidiary Project Presenter Participation 

  • Registration fee excludingaccommodation (only available for residents of Paris): 150€ (Includes attendance of opening and closing/award ceremonies, gala dinner, tea breaks and meals, cultural activities, educational program, participants kit, presentation of the project during event).
  • Registration fee includingtwin room shared accommodation: 200€ (Includes attendance of opening and closing/award ceremonies, gala dinner, tea breaks and meals, cultural activities, educational program, participants kit, presentation of project during event)
  • Payment details will be provided to the selected participants upon acceptance of the project proposal and will be sent in the official invitation.
  • Only after payment will your participation and opportunity to present your project be guaranteed.

Non-subsidiary Participation 

As an NGO we will be glad to receive any kind of sponsorship. If you wish to support Youth Time International Movement, you can choose the non-subsidiary option which covers 100% costs of participation. Registration fee is 1000€ which will include: accommodation in a single room, attendance of opening and closing/awarding ceremonies, gala dinner, tea breaks and meals, cultural activities, educational program, participants kit, presentation of project during event (in cases where you are a project presenter). 

Participants Code of Conduct

  • Respect the culture and tradition of the hosting nation and organization. Avoid insulting people by bringing up sensitive topics and refrain from political statements for the harmony of the event.
  • Refrain from showing discord and causing disorder based on religious, sexual or national identity, political point of views, or social status differences.
  • Participate in ALL activities organized during the event, except for the parts that are marked as optional. The program of the event is designed is such a way that you will have free time for relaxing, shopping, sightseeing etc. We’re kindly asking participants to maintain a working frame of mind.
  • Maintain a proactive attitude as well as punctuality. This especially in regard to all transfers. Departure times are fixed and will not be altered for individual preferences. Organizers are not responsible for any other transport arrangements as well as any costs involved.
  • Dress code is casual/smart casual and cocktail dress/smart suit for opening and closing/award ceremonies and gala dinner. No short trousers and flip-flops are allowed while working at the event.

Participants that do not follow the code of conduct, will be immediately removed from the event and will be hold accountable for 100% of the costs made by the organizers. 

In order to apply for 2018 Youth Global Forum you must: 

  1. Be aged between 20-35
  2. Be able to communicate in fluent English (reading, writing, speaking)
  3. Be either a Master’s/PhD student, social entrepreneur, young professional, or person working at/with startup incubators and/or accelerators;
  4. Fill out the Youth Global Forum Participant Application form.
  5. Submit your up-to-date CV
  6. Make a one-minute video answering the following questions: 
  • What is your motivation for applying for the Youth Global Forum?
  • What do you understand by the term “impact investment”?
  • How do you plan to use the knowledge and skills gained during the Youth Global Forum?

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From 23rd to 27th of November, Youth Time International Movement in collaboration with the General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare in the UAE hosted its third annual Youth Global Forum. The location for hosting the event was the cosmopolitan metropolis of Dubai with the forum bringing together experts and participants coming from a diverse range of countries and backgrounds. Attendees were exposed to a variety of innovative masterclasses and workshops which touched upon topics related to the overall theme of the event – Ethical Entrepreneurship in the Time of a Competitive Knowledge-based Economy. Further, thirteen social enterprise projects were presented by participants with one winner receiving Youth Time’s Idea Grant to convert their idea into a reality!

On a warm winter evening in Dubai, participants who had journeyed from far and wide gathered together to join honorable guests and experts at the venue which would serve as home to this year’s Youth Global Forum – the government building of the General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare.

The event commenced with an opening ceremony moderated by Youth Time International Movement veteran and former ambassador, Themistocles Papadimopulos. As he reflected on the positive impact and influence previous Youth Global Forums had contributed to his life, his remarks enlightened participants on what they could expect to achieve during their time in Dubai. This sentiment was reinforced when after being invited to the stage to make her opening speech, Ms. Julia Kinash, President of Youth Time International Movement posed the question to participants, Exactly what is the Youth Global Forum to you?” Following several varied answers from the audience, Ms. Kinash continued, “For some, it is just another event. For others, it will be a turning point in their life. To us, the organizers, the Youth Global Forum is a way of paying back our social responsibility. But predominantly, it is a place where we give a chance to extraordinary youth from around the globe to find new business opportunities and partners, build their professional network or even to find the inspiration to create positive impact in this complicated world.”


YT Co-Founder Ondrej Kafka, Jelizaveta Sarapova and Founder & President of Youth Time International Movement Julia Kinash

The opening ceremony was followed by a beautiful welcome reception which took place in the stunning gardens at the Park Hyatt Hotel. Here, participants had the chance to get to know one another over a delicious buffet style dinner which was complemented with music from a live jazz band and other performances. It was clear to see that the participants had quickly made friends with one another, with the vast majority joining together on the dance floor shortly after speeches were made partners and ambassadors.


The opening ceremony of Youth Global Forum 2017

The next day began early, with Mr. Roman Vishnevskiy, Managing Partner at United Traders LLC opening the morning masterclass session with his presentation on, “Cryptocurrency as an effective tool for startups.” The teachings of the session went down very well with the participants and the morning’s activities were only made more successful when Mr. Yousef Khalili, Head of Smart City Consulting Practice and Smart City as-a-service at NXN presented on the topic, “The role of young entrepreneurs in the future of smart cities.”


Mr. Goran Luburic, Vice Dean of the Zagreb School of Business, Julia Kinash and Prof. Željka Zavišić from the Zagreb School of Business


Mr. Roman Vishnevskiy


Mr. Yousef Khalili

Following lunch, the program for the afternoon was set aside for project presentations made by young social entrepreneurs who had sent through their initial proposals for assessment months before the event began. Thirteen projects that fell under the categories of empowerment, education, sustainable environment and social innovation were presented in front of fellow participants and a jury panel made up by Ms. Julia Kinash, President of Youth Time International Movement, Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Chairman of the World Public Forum, Dialogue of Civilizations, Dr. Allam Ahmed, President of the World Association for Sustainable Development, Mr. Jimmy Gani, CEO of IPMI International Business School in Jakarta, Indonesia and Mr. Goran Luburic, Vice Dean of Youth Time International Movement’s valued partners the Zagreb School of Business in Croatia. Following each round of presentations, a Q&A session commenced whereby the audience and members of the jury panel were invited to delve into further details for each project. The presentations were followed by a voting process whereby each participant was asked to vote for an overall winner and state the reasons behind their choice. The results of the voting would be announced during the closing and awarding ceremony two days later.


Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Chairman of the World Public Forum

Inspiring masterclasses on the roles of both individuals and technology in a sustainable knowledge-based economy led by honorable guests Dr. Vladimir Yakunin and Dr. Allam Ahmed respectively kicked off the third day. After a spot of lunch, two rounds of workshops were conducted by esteemed trainers who had travelled from all corners of the globe to be at the event. The educational and interactive sessions were centered on topics which encouraged participants how to think ethically and sustainably in business. Workshop titles included, “Utilizing blockchain for social innovation” which was hosted by Mr. Mohammad Shaheed Khan and, “Social factors that influence knowledge development and knowledge management techniques” led by Ms. Dorotea Milas. Among others were, “Strategies for smart city startups” conducted by Mr. Yousef Khalili and, “The importance of ethics in the process of digitilization of life” led by Dr. Delfina Fantini van Ditmar


Dr. Allam Ahmed


Workshop of Ms Dorotea Milas

The final day of the event began with the Youth Global Forum’s traditional closing and award ceremony in which guests of honour including His Excellency Ibrahim Abdul Malik Mohammed, Secretary General of General Authority of Youth and Sports Welfare and His Excellency Khalid Al Midfa, Assistant Secretary General were present. After a round of speeches made by honourable guests and Youth Time International Movement’s partners were made, it was time for the moment everyone had been waiting for, the announcement of the winners of the projects competition.

During the jury panel discussions two days earlier, it was decided that due to a large volume of high-quality projects presented, some additional prizes would be awarded. Ms. Suaad al-Hammadi of the United Arab Emirates was the first to receive an additional award for her project on providing a platform to help expose the talents of Syrian refugees, winning an internship with Youth Global Forum sponsors AIESEC. Mr. Adam Taufan Firdaus of Indonesia was then announced as the winner of the first special prize for his project on organic waste management, receiving a six-month internship at the IPMI International Business School in Jakarta, Indonesia which was kindly awarded by Mr. Jimmy Gani, CEO of the aforementioned school. The last of the special prizes was awarded the St. Andrew the First-called Foundation grant to realize their project. Ms. Elizaveta Sarapova was awarded the prize by Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, Deputy Chairperson of the board of the St. Andrew the First-called Foundation for her project which aims to help young disabled people develop their soft skills and eventually gain employment. ff

The promoting and special prizes were followed by the announcement of the three main winners of the projects competition. In third place, winning a one-year master’s or bachelor’s scholarship at the Anglo American University in Prague was Ms. Nadia Khan for her project which focussed on providing additional mental healthcare services and advice to young men in the United Kingdom. In second place, winning a full master’s scholarship at the Zagreb School of Business in Croatia were Ms. Joi Sears and Mr. Alexander Shelton for their project entitled “The Green Store” - a pop-up shop offering environmentally friendly clothing and accessories in addition to educational events on sustainability and conservation. The clear winner, however, receiving the vast majority of votes was Ms. Aurelia Abena Attipoe who travelled all the way from Ghana to present her project, “The Pitch Hub” – a training program aimed at equipping 50 young Ghanaian social entrepreneurs with the soft skills and platform required to build and sustain their businesses. For her fantastic efforts, Ms. Attipoe was awarded with Youth Time’s Idea Grant in order to realize her project.


Dr. Yakunin and Ms. Suaad al-Hammadi


3rd place winner Ms. Nadia Khan

The event was capped off with a swashbuckling desert safari during the afternoon which included a range of activities from sandboarding to quad biking, henna painting to dune bashing. All participants would then gather together for a traditional Bedouin dinner whilst enjoying various cultural performances including a traditional belly dance and a moment to remember from Youth Time International Movement ambassador, Qendrim Behluli.


Desert safari


Cultural performance during the Bedouin dinner

The general consensus was that participants and experts alike left the Youth Global Forum in Dubai with heads full of newfound knowledge and ideas. The lessons learned during the programme gave inspiration and motivation to all who attended, with participants gaining a new insight and understanding as what it means to be an ethical entrepreneur in modern society. As has become tradition since the very first Youth Time International Movement event which was held in Rhodes back in 2010, participants also jetted out from Dubai having made plenty of new friends and a sense of belonging to the ever-expanding Youth Time family.

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