HR!Day012 - NextGen Leadership Week: Day 2 -- Personal Empowerment And Leadership In Times Of Crisis
Humanity Rising Day 012 - (weekday), (month day) 2020
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About the NextGen Week
The rising generation of decision-makers and global citizens has an important role in this movement to build a more sustainable and resilient planetary society. It is their generation and those to follow that will be most affected by the actions we all take today. This week, we feature NextGen leaders from around the world to share their vision for the future and actionable solutions they are working on today. Join the NextGen Forum.
NextGen leaders and MCW Global alumni from across the world will share insights into how they have addressed the most pressing needs of their local communities through a sense of collective responsibility and youth-led activism.
- Kathryn Uhl, Synergos, with an introduction by
- Khalid Elachi, MCW Global
- Ifreet Taheea from Bangladesh - Interest lies in children's education and women's empowerment however, with the on- going COVID-19 crisis, the main focus has been in driving distribution of supplies to underprivileged families, raising $10,000+ and counting.
- David Sanchez from Colombia - Currently working with the private sector on sustainable development projects with communities in rural areas of Colombia affected by the armed conflict. Committed to support providers whose production activities are free of deforestation.
- Achraf Tasfaout from Algeria - Focusing on adapting hands-on education to virtual platforms, engaging younger audiences through online STEM workshops, and the use of cryptocurrencies for safe and fast convenient payments and fundraising.
- Linda Kemoli from Kenya - Working on creative approaches to road safety, tying it in with the COVID pandemic, strategizing ways in which NGO work can continue to thrive given the current circumstances in addition to revamping a board game she designed to educate audiences on road safety using the Kenyan scenario.
- Mila Lukić from Serbia - Focusing on strengthening youth participation in smaller communities of Serbia (rural and underdeveloped urban areas) through a series of workshops boosting skills for active participation in policy-making and taking initiatives, all in favor of them becoming active citizens in their communities one day.
- Akhmad Ramadhan from Indonesia - External Partnership Executive at Pemimpin.id (@pemimpin.indonesia on Instagram) an NGO focusing on nurturing leadership capabilities of Indonesian youth through social media content productions.
Education Sustainability Governance & Politics Change & Innovation
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