This week over 350 Global Shapers from around the world are in Geneva, Switzerland, for the 2016 Annual Curators Meeting (ACM) and Zambia is represented.
Patience Chisanga, Hub Curator of the Lusaka Hub, a broadcaster and Media Entrepreneur is representing Zambia among the many shapers sharing their views with senior representatives of international organizations, including the World Economic Forum, United Nations, and World Trade Organization and adding a voice on the discussion of Global challenges.
In order to close the gap between millennial perspectives and global governance, the Meeting will aim to empower widespread innovation and enable collaborative action among members young people who make up 50% of the world’s population but are under-represented in global affairs.
Curators will also engage in skills-based learning with peers and global experts; showcase the impact projects of their Hubs; and gain core competencies and practical tips to take back to their Hubs.
The Global Shapers Community is a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities.An Initiative of the World Economic Forum.