With the International Summer School Beijing 2017 beginning in less than a week, Youth Time are excited to invite experts and participants from all over the globe to share their knowledge, ideas, and cultural values. One of these experts is Dr. Waleed Sadek, Co-chair of the Sustainable Development Commission at the UN. Dr. Sadek previously worked at the International Leadership Institute in United Nations university, lecturing about the importance of the mediation & conflict resolutions in the Middle East. Now, Dr. Sadek is in the United Kingdom with new vision for sustainability, and one from his important quotes is: We cannot hope to create a sustainable culture, but sustainable souls. Dr. Sadek will be delivering his key note speech on the topic, “How to Identify Your Target Market and the Creative Process” in addition to hosting a workshop under the theme of, "Leadership Traits and their Development”. International Summer School participants with added insight and understanding as to what they can expect from the workshop, in addition to learning how to best prepare for the event.
With the Summer School Beijing 2017 coming up soon, we are starting a series of articles about all the international professionals who will be working with us during the event. In an open interview they will present themselves and reveal their plans to us. One of the main speakers during the Summer School of this year is Nick Fewings, CEO of a learning and development company called Ngagementworks. Nick has over 20 years' experience of leading and working with teams and as such, is rightfully to be introduced as an authority on creating high-performing teams.
From the 15th till the 20th of August 2016, Youth Time organized its sixth consecutive Summer School. This year the event was realized in Beijing, in close cooperation with the reputable China Soong Ching Ling Foundation. It was Youth Time’s second Summer School organized outside of Europe and it has become a memorable one. Hosted in spectacular facilities, 30 international and 20 Chinese participants, coming in total from 25 different nations, were offered a rich cultural program and a diverse working schedule.
As you all know International Youth Summer School will take place in Chinese capital Beijing! Whether you’re joining us there at the School or planning to visit this marvellous country during your next trip, we would like to share with you some travel tips for China from our contributor Danilo Hinic who has lived there for 5 years.
Updates, news, and insights from day four (21th of June) of the Youth Time Summer School 2015 in Hamburg.
Updates, news, and insights from the third (20th of June) of the Youth Time Summer School in Hamburg.
There is a small, but very charismatic video summary about the first day of #YTSummer School 2015 in Hamburg. The city quest and official opening ceremony were full of positive emotions and new discoveries! Check it out.
This article is a brief and complete overview of the Youth Time Summer School's 2015 study program. Click on the names of the moderators to read their full interviews to www.youth-time.eu.
Katja Loose, an experienced business trainer, will open Summer School’s 2015 study program. Her master-class “Decision Making under Pressure” promises to be a very substantive and useful beginning. In this interview Katja sheds some light on her workshop and calls on participants to get ready for a session characterized by openness and honesty.
Economic policy advisor of the EU, Mr. Psarrakis is going to moderate 'Daily Diplomacy' workshop at YT Summer School. It’s content looks very promising.