War in Europe as a factor shaping the attitudes of young Europeans. What can young people do today to make Europe a better and safer place to live? The role of education in conflict prevention. The responsibility deficit – how to successfully exert pressure and build up the capital that supports transformation? Young people and political leaders in a debate on the most important goals and instruments of social and civilizational change. The education system vs. technological advancement and dynamic changes in the job market.
Signing an agreement on joining the coalition for the development of the WordSkills initiative and organising the Euroskills 2023 competition in Poland.
The session is part of the European Forum for Young Leaders
President, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies, Former Prime Minister of Slovakia (1998-2006)
U-SG Public Relations, Katowice Model United Nations 2022
Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland 2019–2021
Chairman of the Board, PTWP SA, Initiator of the European Economic Congress
U-SG Finances & Partnerships, Katowice Model United Nations 2022
Deputy Minister of Youth and Sport of Ukraine, Chairman, Polish-Ukrainian Youth Exchange Council
Director General, Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE), Polish National Agency of the Erasmus+ Programme and the European Solidarity Corps
Chairman of the Board, Gemini Holding