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Saudi Arabia’s Misk Foundation aims to empower youth

Misk is all set to unite delegates under the theme Generation Transformation.

by Tanvir Awan
Misk Foundation

Mohammed Bin Salman Foundation, “Misk,” is bringing the Youth Majlis back to the World Economic Forum (WFP) Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Misk is all set to unite delegates under the theme Generation Transformation.

From inclusive economic growth to ambitious climate action, the Youth Majlis will provide a platform for forward-looking dialogue, serving as a catalyst to explore collaborative solutions to solve most pressing issues the world is facing today.

“In a world that is becoming increasingly fragmented, it’s more important than ever to find ways to cooperate, work together and harness the power of youth,” said Omar Najjar, Chief Program Officer, Misk Foundation.

Over 35 international leaders and decision makers from the America, China, Singapore, India, Egypt, Indonesia, South Africa and Saudi Arabia will convene at the Youth Majlis to promote a youth-focused approach to global collaboration.

The return of the Youth Majlis is also an important step towards advancing Saudi Arabia’s vision for a more prosperous and sustainable future.

It comes after Misk’s Youth Majlis welcomed over 1,700 visitors from 42 countries, 14 heads of state and ministers, 200 VIP guests and 25 speakers during the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting last year.

The Foundation invests in empowering Saudi Arabia’s youth in education and entrepreneurship, and culture and the creative arts, with science and technology as a supporting field.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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