Empowering Youth With Standard Chartered Futuremakers Forum

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Unleashing the potential of young people to succeed in the future world of work.
Across the globe, the pandemic has had a particularly severe impact on youth employment owing to disruptions to education, job layoffs and income losses and increased barriers to job market entry. For those young people who are still pursuing education, the pandemic is likely to result in unprecedented new inequalities upon graduation. Despite those hurdles, young people continue to find ways to engage, support each other and driving forward ideas, innovations and movements. So, how do we unleash the potential of young people and help bring forward inclusive youth voices ? 
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Futuremakers is a global initiative that focuses on enabling the next generation to learn, earn and grow. 2021 Futuremakers Forum will take place virtually between 13 – 15 July to coincide with the United Nations’ World Youth Skills Day.
Three-day virtual engagement event will focus on ‘Unleashing the potential of young people to succeed in the future world of work’ aims to highlight the emerging trends in the labour market and frame how young people, clients and stakeholders can respond to this rapidly-changing landscape.


Whether you are a young person wanting to hear tips about applying for your first job, a business leader keen to pitch ideas or problems for young people to solve, or an NGO looking to hear about other community projects being delivered across the world, the Forum will deliver something for you. Join the Futuremakers Forum  to participate, collaborate and network with colleagues from around the world at the 2021 Futuremakers Forum.


The Futuremakers Forum is part of Futuremakers by Standard Chartered, the Bank’s global initiative to tackle inequality by championing economic inclusion, one success story at a time. Since 2019, Futuremakers programmes have reached more than 366,000 young people across 35 markets. 
Taking place virtually between 13-15 July and delivered with leading business-led social impact network Business Fights Poverty, the Forum is a platform where young people and business leaders can come together to listen, and learn from each other and collaborate on the future world of work. It will include sessions on mindfulness and motivation, a youth-led discussion with Standard Chartered CEO Bill Winters, and quick-fire masterclasses for young people on topics such as building your personal brand and navigating jobs online. 
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