After two successful years since its inception, and a round of in-depth discussions, the India Youth Forum brings its key conference to Indian shores. Being held at the education centre, Jawaharlal Nehru University, the conference will feature seminars and round tables on key issues determining the quality and ideals of a society structure within any country. To be held on 30th March 2012, the conference aims at bringing up real-time issues that affect nations globally, and locally, and aims to develop a pathway forward on which to work towards development, education and interactions with the various government ministries.
The dais will have a rich bounty of names who may not typically make it to page one or page three of any publication, but are the metal behind policies, decisions and road maps for the future. These include:
Imran Mukhtarov representing the republic of Azerbaijan as he holds the post of Project Manager in the Ministry of Education.
Dr. Vladimor Ivanovich Yakunin, Founding President of the World Public Forum's 'Dialogue of Civilizations' from Russia;
Sam Pitroda, Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure & Innovations;
Prof. Sudhir Kumar Sopory, Vice Chancellor of JNU;
Ms. Julia Kinash, President of the International Movement "Youth Time" and Editor-in-chief Youth Time Magazine;
Along with other senior educationists and environmentalists from Romania, Ukraine, France, Greece and even neighbours Nepal.
Among the issues that will come up for discussion include:
THE PLENARY SESSION that will be chaired by Imran Mukhtarov, Julia Kinash, Sam Pitroda among others and will discuss the 'ideals' for society, country and individual within the context of modern politics, economics and technology
EDUCATION and the systemic flaws, the intrinsic need to look beyond mere degrees and a corresponding methodology on how to carry out the same. Panelists for this include Prof. Come Carpentier de Gourdon from France (Convener of the Editorial Board of the World Affaires Journal) and Ms. Pallavi Kaushal who is the Youth Officer at Oxfam India.
ENVIRONMENT and related issues that pertain to energy, ecology, conservation and preservation in times of development, crisis and models for growth that complement environment, with ishita Khanna (co-founder, Spiti Ecosphere) and Ilze Jece from Latvia experts on the topic.
The conference is a single day affair, on 30th March 2012 at JNU, from 10am to 7:30pm
Notes to Editor
About India Youth Forum 2012
The Youth Time (YT) International Movement is a non-commercial, nongovernmental, non-political, independent organization founded by the representatives of young people from 11 different countries of the world to search for scenarios of common development for the future good life. The India chapter of the International Youth Forum Conference is the brainchild of the Youth Time Movement. Its meant to stir young activists from across several countries who have taken it as their mission to craft a new future through active campaigning and dialogue, with one fundamental goal: to motivate and empower the youth of the world.
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