EFP Brief No. 43: Youth Foresight Germany 2020

‘Jugend denkt Zukunft’ was setup to make this vision come true and translated directly into English it means ‘young people are thinking about their future’. This single issue foresight exercise is designed to involve young adults in the process of economic development. Together with companies, students between the age of 15 and 18 develop new products and services for the world of tomorrow. The main pillar of this program is the nature of co-operation between companies and schools. Further support comes from politics and science. Together they are strong partners for re-creating a culture of innovation.

EFMN Brief No. 43 – Youth Foresight Germany 2020

Tags: banking, building (housing), consumption, demographic change, education, entrepreneurs, financial services, housing, life style, lifelong learning, media, migration, mobility, nutrition, sensor technologies, services, tourism, youth

Categories: brief, Energy, Geography, Germany, Health, National, Socio-economic sciences and the humanities, Themes, Time Horizon, Transport (including aeronautics), until 2020

Author : Agnes Pechmann