Building a clearinghouse of free knowledge from the world's most inspired thinkers
Giving the oppurtunity to the youth to express with freedom their creative ideas.
Being encourage to speak and share, to spread different and creative ideas.
Great Minds Meeting is an inspirational global platform for leaders on the road towards a sustainable world with fewer armed conflicts. Never before have so many people with such a wide variety of backgrounds gathered to address a topic as important and top priority as Youth employment/entrepreneurship, youth activism/politics, and the importance of partnerships/cooperation. The meeting is open to all great minds students, entrepreneurs, board members either in local or international organizations, artists.
Worldwide, women are gaining ground in education, in the workforce, and in government. But there are still many women and girls, especially in marginalized communities and in less developed countries - who face an uphill battle.
Despite the challenges, women in these communities are empowering themselves, seizing opportunities. They are fighting back against entrenched, systemic inequality.
In this 6th edition (Physical) we are going to tackle the topic from different aspects, starting from the reasons to what alternatives or solutions that have been launched by role models in the field to boost women entrepreneurship in marginalized communities.
-Improve employment opportunities for poor, vulnerable and marginalized groups through access to skills training on enterprise development;
-Empower vulnerable groups to start or improve their businesses through the new skills acquired;
-Create an enabling environment for entrepreneurship through the establishment and strengthening of networks of implementing social safety net services, providers of working capital, and participants from vulnerable groups.
Aspiring entrepreneurs and micro and small business owners from vulnerable populations including People Living with HIV, sex workers, LGBT, the rural poor, refugees and asylum seekers, out of school youth, home-based workers, and women and men with disabilities.