Listening to the Change-Maker Generation

How are the emerging generation of change makers influencing societal relations to consumption and companies?

Children and youth who historically don’t have much voice in politics and the public arenas are increasingly and successfully articulating and campaigning their opinions into both public and business life domains.  Well read, intelligent and articulate children with a grasp on a wide array of issues such as climate change, gun control and gender equality are stepping into the political space as well as spearheading new business ventures in areas covering health, sustainability and education, and more. Children are engaging directly with issues they are passionate about and this opens up for potential synergies and new meetings with the business sector.  In this Action Lab we will explore the ongoing articulation of shifting dynamics of voice, representation and power between youth and adult generations and which effects this may have on business.

Registration

This ActionLab series is by invitation only.
Invitations will be sent in August and participants will then be able
to register for all four AcionLabs.

Global Child Forum
Digital ActionLab series 2020

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