Join those who shape the socio-economic consensus!
The program enables young people from various socio-economic backgrounds to participate in the Economic Forum and other conferences organized by the Institute for Eastern Studies, such as the Economic Forum or the European Congress of Local Governments, on preferential terms. Active young people are given the opportunity to participate in discussion panels and contribute to them with the aim of increasing the sense of social solidarity and the desire to limit the development of the negative phenomenon of the “tragedy of the commons” described by Garrett Hardin.
“Young@Forum” was the most anticipated part of the Economic Forum for me. I am open to new topics in economics, politics, and the economy. I strongly encourage participation in such events because they are the ones that open the mind…
Thanks to this project, I met people with whom I still collaborate on various social projects. I recommend it to anyone who has great ambitions and dreams.
The meeting introduced participants to the topic of project ethics. Young people want to get involved and be active in their communities. Unfortunately, as in every area of life, there are also abuses in social work. The workshops answered the…
The Young@Forum path was a place of great inspiration for me, where I met amazing people who were willing to share their passion, commitment, and knowledge. The panels I participated in broadened my horizons and brought additional motivation for further…
Michał Maurycy Mazur
I am glad that the most important political-economic event in our region is opening up to teenage leaders from all over Poland. The Young at Forum program is an important symbol of the growing importance of young people in public…
The Economic Forum is undoubtedly an event of exceptional reputation that has attracted experts in their fields for years. This year, the organizers decided to expand the audience of the conference and invited representatives of the younger generation who are…
I see this project as the beginning of something great for young and active people in Poland. The project not only creates conditions for meeting and talking with socially engaged peers but also provides an opportunity for intergenerational exchange of…
It’s hard to choose just one thing that was the most valuable because there were really so many: fantastic people who are the biggest strength of the Young@Forum project, substantive content, great time spent, lots of memories, and a huge…
Parlament Młodych RP
Polska Rada Organizacji Młodzieżowych
Zwolnieni z Teorii
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Koordynator Programu Młodzi@Forum