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Amplifying Youth Voices

Acting Collectively

Collaborating Globally

EVENTS

Register for annual YEO 2030 learning and planning events hosted by us and our trusted partners.

Resources

Utilize some of these evergreen resources to support efforts such as engagement, building networks, advancing inclusion, and more. 

COLLABORATIONS

Join a diverse ecosystem of dedicated partners with a common vision and commitment to advancing SDG 8.

learning library

Access our free Library to gain insight from some of today’s top thought leaders in the youth economic opportunity space.

The YEO 2030 Initiative is building on the success of our past Global Youth Economic Opportunity Summits by emphasizing youth leadership and by linking learning to action. While we are still focused on sharing best practices for addressing key issues affecting youth economic opportunities globally, with the launch of YEO 2030 we are taking one step further. We are renewing our commitment to increasing youth economic opportunities by placing young people at the helm and by taking concrete actions with a broader community of stakeholders to advance achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8.

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Call for Proposals: Deadline Extended

The deadline for our Call for Proposals for the 2024 Global Youth Economic Opportunities (GYEO) Summit has now been extended. Get more details on the theme, technical tracks, and how to apply by March 11!

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Youth Leadership Accelerator

Get all of the details on the Youth Leadership Accelerator (formerly the Pre-Summit). See how it will maximize the Summit to provide youth leaders with direct exposure to relevant stakeholders for advancing their work.

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Youth Leadership in Action

Catherine Dudun shares her experience at the World Bank Youth Summit. One question that she found herself coming back to more than any other — in a world where well-intentioned efforts to engage marginalized populations often fall short, would the WBG’s efforts to engage youth be meaningful and genuine?

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