Youth key in building competitive nations

Junior chamberGIFT NDOLWANE
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – BRAND South Africa is exploring how young people can play their part to develop their communities as part of building vibrant competitive nations.

The organisation is organising an Active Citizenship Workshop on the margins of the 2016 Junior Chamber International (JCI) Africa and Middle East Conference in Johannesburg.

The ‘Active Citizenship Workshop, which envisions youth as partners in progress for socio-economic development initiatives, will harness effective youth development practices to engage youth in the active roles they can partake in as part of social cohesion and active citizenship.

Following the ‘Active Citizenship Workshop’ – Brand South Africa’s CEO, Kingsley Makhubela, will deliver a keynote address on Nation Branding.

Annually, the conference unites at least 1000 young active citizen from more than 50 partner countries to participate in inspirational sessions, impactful workshops, official General Assembly meetings and fun-filled events to share best practices, exchange ideas and determine the future of the dynamic organisation.

– CAJ News

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