The Youth Time International Movement recently held its 5th Annual Youth Global Forum where over 112 youths from over 42 different countries have participated in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The international nongovernment organization traces its roots from the first Rhodes Youth Forum where the president of Youth Time, Julia Kinash, was also present.
I’ve been invited recently to the fifth annual Youth Global Forum in Amsterdam as a journalist.
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Humanity is faced with one of the most challenging questions in the century, which experts, entrepreneurs, innovators, and youth leaders will tackle at the upcoming 5th Annual Youth Global Forum. The event is organized by Youth Time International Movement, an NGO created by young people, as a platform of dialogue between ‘cultures and generations.’ Youth Time’s goal is to engage other youths from all over the world to acquire knowledge, skills, and network to develop youth potential for social leadership and pro-active participation in their civic responsibility for a better and more sustainable future for both old and new generations.
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