It is recognised in the implementation of both the African Union’s Agenda 2063, and the UN’s Agenda 2030 that youth have a significant role in reaching our collective development goals. With African youth accounting for more than 40% of global youth populations, there is a significant opportunity to embrace their(our) ethos of relational well-being, resilience and ingenuity in systemic transformation. In this talk, Ms. Nolita Thina Mvunelo will discuss the role of African youth in creating our collective futures.
About the speaker
Ms Nolita Thina Mvunelo is a Chemical Engineer by training from South Africa.
She is a Program Manager at the Club of Rome, building global initiatives towards regenerative ecosystems looking at economic, financial, innovation, cultural and intergenerational approaches to systems transformation.
She co-lead the global youth engagement program (The 50 Percent).
Previously has led a social enterprise incubator, co-created and contributed to local and global youth entrepreneurial programs, and worked at an Ed-Tech start-up.
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