The Dialogue: Young And Emerging Leaders Conference
In this article, we examine the different themes around which our speakers will be addressing young people at the conference. We’re exploring some forward thinking strategies that would spark and ignite your young minds into how developed economies think and innovate strategies in governance, business, media and technology.
GENERATION Y! AND POLITICS:How Young People Can Influence Governance in Nigeria
Generation Y! or Millennials are those born in the early 1980s as starting birth years and mid-1990s and early 2000s as ending birth years. Although characteristics vary by region, this generation is generally known for increased use and familiarity with communication, media and digital technologies.
To what extent has this group of people influenced political correctness in Nigeria?
What has been the contribution of Gen Y to governance in Nigeria?
Are they leaders of today or tomorrow?
INNOVATION & STRATEGY: How Young People Can Win Elections in Nigeria
Millennials are the first set of human race to grow up with computers in their homes. They are a product of innovative societies that encourages disruption in business, communication and technology. They are today’s leading CEOs of technology companies around the world.
What is the key driver of Technology advancement in Politics?
How can young people leverage technology to win elections in Nigeria?
How has the society evolved in adopting innovative strategies in electioneering and governance?
CULTURE AND COEXISTENCE: The Relevance of Traditional Rulers In Contemporary Nigeria’s Governance
What are the contributions of traditional rulers in governance?
In what ways can young people connect more with rulers of their communities to initiate projects and legacy?
What are traditional rulers doing to draw young people back to their roots for development?
Is coexistence possible despite our cultural differences?
GRASSROOTS ADOPTION: The Role of Local Government As It Promotes Social Economic Development
For young people interested in governance and community development, what are the opportunities for them?
How can young people build a legacy in their communities despite their busy schedule?