If you’re looking to meet like-minded individuals who might help you on your journey, we created a list of the best youth conferences in 2019, sorted in no specifical order. These conferences are listed below. There are ways for professionals to learn the market professional skills.
We’ve noted down youth challenges for 2019 and found some conferences and workshops which really make a difference, so be sure you can make the most of them! Various agencies are providing support for youth-led organizations to attend conferences around the globe, events which represent an opportunity to network, work with synergy and share best practices, so which one will you attend? If you think you’ll keep youth engagement, there are activities meant for you.
1. Reimagine Education Conference and Awards
December 1-3, 2019, Kuala Lumpur
It culminates in a conference for those seeking to shape education.
2. Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit
September 25-27, 2019, Washington D.C.
In its 13th year, it is a leading touch point for youth opportunities as the Summit convenes stakeholders who are committed to social well-being of people, decision makers and leading experts who can increase the scale of the youth opportunities policies, and strengthen technical capacity.
3. Model United Nations
September 7 – 14, 2019, Tehran
The ultimate goal is to encourage awareness of international issues and try to form solution whilst improving communication skills and networking through access to interactive discussions on Iranian culture and the opportunity to interact with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. Model United Nations is a simulation incorporating rules and workflow between delegations and board while undergoing an exhilarating debate on an agenda within parliamentary walls.
4. FORBES 30 Under 30 Nominations
November 1, 2019, Detroit
Every year they those who want to join are requested to fill out the nomination form for the lists and install the Youth Mobile App, but the nomination must be based on incorporation and sales, while citizenship is not a requirement. The nominations for US/Canada and Europe are open and Forbes is looking for the boldest leaders and thinkers to join the Under 30 community which includes funders, foodies, fashionistas, so the competition is intense. For the Europe list, the reporters take a holistic approach as there is no metric that is a silver bullet, so it is recommended to include the most impressive attributes, as the selected candidates will meet present honorees by attending the summits in Hong Kong.
5. IAYMH | United for Global Change
26–28 October 2019, Brisbane
IAYMH2019 will focus on making real change around the world and young people will play a core role in all aspects of decision making, so make sure you share among your networks and place these dates in your diary for an inspiring event in 2019. This conference will connect practitioners who are passionate about a global change across the mental health sector and it will be held in Australia, as there has been incredible progress, although there is so much more to be done.