One Young World has joined forces with long standing partner Deloitte to raise the voices of young leaders at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters 2020.
WEF brings together more than 3,000 participants from around the world, with an aim to assist governments and international institutions in tracking progress towards the Paris Agreement and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in line with the 2030 Agenda.
Those set to take to the WEF stage this year include Climate and Environmental Activist, Great Thunberg, United Nations Undersecretary General, Winne Byanyima and President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde.
One Young World Managing Director, Ella Robertson, will speak on a panel exploring the purpose of value driven leadership, alongside One Young World Ambassadors Emma Bell and Megan Doekper.
Raising the Voices of Our Young Leaders
During the tenth annual One Young World Summit in London, Deloitte met with over young leaders to ask: If you were to create an RFP for the future, what would be in it?
Quotes and portraits of these One Young World Delegates will be displayed front and centre at Davos, in full view of the world's top academies, politicians, business and civil society leaders as they address the most pressing issues on the global agenda.
Deloitte will also release their third annual global Readiness Report, examining the intersection of readiness and responsibility of leaders in balancing the transition to Industry 4.0: The Fourth Industrial Revolution. The research surveyed more than 2,000 C-level executives across 19 countries on their approach to four key areas critical to industry 4.0; strategy, societal impact, talent and technology.
Learn more about the One Young World x Deloitte campaign at Davos below.
We are proud to be represented at the World Economic Forum by members of the One Young World Ambassador Community:
Diana Paredes, Peru / UK
Tariq Al Olaimy, Bahrain
Emma Bell, UK
Chee Yang Chen, Singapore
Megan Doepker, USA
Hayley Mole, UK
Louise Huterstein, Switzerland
Caness Chan, Hong Kong
Anna Stanley, Germany
Bozhanka Vitanova, Macedonia
Trisha Shetty, India
Lucian Tarnowski, USA
Liz Alarcon, Venezuela
We can no longer ignore the issue of climate. Harriet Kamashanyu shares her RFP for the Future at the #OYW2019 Summit with @Deloitte. What is the biggest change you want to see in the world? Join the conversation today: https://t.co/hOW6G1GPRD @Davos #WEF20 pic.twitter.com/92d4Q3uAf0— One Young World (@OneYoungWorld) January 22, 2020
“If we want to help the planet we have to begin by educating people.” Juan Carlos Viloria Doria shares his RFP for the future. What would be the biggest change you would like see? Share with Deloitte x @OneYoungWorld at #wef20: https://t.co/Z1gugKzeh6 #ReadinessReport pic.twitter.com/PHwWDwmlOh— Deloitte (@Deloitte) January 20, 2020
“A multi-generational workplace is the best way to move forward” @OneYoungWorld Ambassador Charlotte Japp shares her for RFP for the Future with #OYW & @Deloitte. What is the biggest change you would like to see? Have your say today: https://t.co/hOW6G1GPRD #wef20 @Davos pic.twitter.com/crVWY5B4mS— One Young World (@OneYoungWorld) January 21, 2020
“If we don’t take care of our planet, profit will be a useless concept.” @sbkarki shares his RFP for the future. What would be the biggest change you would like see? Share with Deloitte x @OneYoungWorld at #wef20: https://t.co/bZGW5ceKWf #ReadinessReport pic.twitter.com/k4IYjPkspw— Deloitte (@Deloitte) January 18, 2020