Monday 22nd October, London

Middle East Youth Development Forum – “The Fourth Revolution”

A panel discussion exploring Anglo MENA cooperation around the challenges of Arab youth development.

Who is this for?

Senior leaders from across Academia, Government, Business and Society.

With an interest in youth development issues across the Middle East.

What is the purpose of the evening?

The Middle East Youth Development Forum brings together senior leaders and other people with direct involvement in youth development within the Middle East region to discuss and debate relevant topics and issues.

Each event will have a focused topic, the first being ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’, conducted in the form of a moderated panel session, involving the following high-profile panellists:

· HRH Princess Noor bint Asem – Middle East leadership consultant specialising in Youth Development in Jordan

· Dr. Ali Qassim Jawad Al Lawati – Senior Advisor and the Head of the socio-economic Think Tank at Diwan of Royal Court, Sultanate of Oman

· Dr. Sulaiman Al-Abduljader – Businessman and Professor of Finance and Real Estate at the Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait.

Our Chair for the evening will be Stephen Bennett, founder and Chairman of IDG, a senior businessman who has spent much of the last 20 years working with young people across the Middle East Region.

It promises to be an informative and interesting evening from which we hope you will gain useful insights into regional youth issues as well as practical actions you may need to implement in your own organisations.

Whatever your views, we hope you can join us and express them!

Attendance is strictly by invitation only. If you would like to apply for an invitation, please complete the form below.

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