Why did Saudi Arabia put youth on the agenda of its...

Their problems were presented in two frameworks

In a statistic that sheds light on the extent of the suffering of young people in the world, the United Nations stated during its celebration of International Youth Day on August 12 last, that the percentage of young people not involved in work, education or training has remained high over the past 15 years, reaching 30 per cent. It reported that the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the difficulty of the labor market for young men, in light of what the International Labor Organization announced about the loss of 5.4 percent of global working hours in the first quarter of 2020 Compared to the last quarter of 2019, which equates to 155 million full-time jobs.

The United Nations drew the attention of states to the fact that 600 million jobs must be made available over the next 15 years to meet the needs of youth employment, and the scale and magnitude of suffering is greater for the youth segment, if it is known that the United Nations defines youth as people between the ages of 15 and 24 years, and that if The age level of the youth segment has been raised to 35 years of age, so the number of young people in the world will double the number announced by the United Nations, which is 1.2 billion young people between the ages of 15 and 24, representing 16 percent of the world’s population, indicating that the youth problem is greater than The announced estimates, which explains why Saudi Arabia is interested in youth during its presidency of the G20 summit 2020.

The Kingdom’s interest in the problems of youth in the world is embodied by discussing their issues within two of the nine frameworks of the “Human Empowerment” axis, the first frame “Providing Access to Opportunities”, in which it decided that the collective action of the G20 should aim to create conditions that enable all individuals. Especially women and youth, who can live, work and prosper, indicating that the global economy does not provide sufficient opportunities for all with the increase in this gap in a rapidly changing environment, which weakens people’s confidence in trade openness and the benefits of innovation and innovation. Its presidency will address these challenges to ensure prosperity for all.

During the second framework entitled “Promoting Financial Inclusion for Women and Youth”, the Kingdom raised attention to the fact that despite the great progress made by financial inclusion in promoting sustainable and comprehensive growth and support for development, there are still more than 1.7 billion adults who do not receive financial services. Equivalent to one-third of the world’s population, most of whom are composed of women and youth. Youth in the upcoming G20 summit, to alleviate the suffering of this group, and to contribute to its gradual elimination, in order to benefit from the energy of youth in achieving good and progress for humanity.

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Why did Saudi Arabia put youth on the agenda of its presidency of the G20 summit?
Muhammad Sobh
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2020-11-20

In a statistic that sheds light on the extent of the suffering of young people in the world, the United Nations stated during its celebration of International Youth Day on August 12 last, that the percentage of young people not involved in work, education or training has remained high over the past 15 years, reaching 30 per cent. It reported that the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the difficulty of the labor market for young men, in light of what the International Labor Organization announced about the loss of 5.4 percent of global working hours in the first quarter of 2020 Compared to the last quarter of 2019, which equates to 155 million full-time jobs.

The United Nations drew the attention of states to the fact that 600 million jobs must be made available over the next 15 years to meet the needs of youth employment, and the scale and magnitude of suffering is greater for the youth segment, if it is known that the United Nations defines youth as people between the ages of 15 and 24 years, and that if The age level of the youth segment has been raised to 35 years of age, so the number of young people in the world will double the number announced by the United Nations, which is 1.2 billion young people between the ages of 15 and 24, representing 16 percent of the world’s population, indicating that the youth problem is greater than The announced estimates, which explains why Saudi Arabia is interested in youth during its presidency of the G20 summit 2020.

The Kingdom’s interest in the problems of youth in the world is embodied by discussing their issues within two of the nine frameworks of the “Human Empowerment” axis, the first frame “Providing Access to Opportunities”, in which it decided that the collective action of the G20 should aim to create conditions that enable all individuals. Especially women and youth, who can live, work and prosper, indicating that the global economy does not provide sufficient opportunities for all with the increase in this gap in a rapidly changing environment, which weakens people’s confidence in trade openness and the benefits of innovation and innovation. Its presidency will address these challenges to ensure prosperity for all.

During the second framework entitled “Promoting Financial Inclusion for Women and Youth”, the Kingdom raised attention to the fact that despite the great progress made by financial inclusion in promoting sustainable and comprehensive growth and support for development, there are still more than 1.7 billion adults who do not receive financial services. Equivalent to one-third of the world’s population, most of whom are composed of women and youth. Youth in the upcoming G20 summit, to alleviate the suffering of this group, and to contribute to its gradual elimination, in order to benefit from the energy of youth in achieving good and progress for humanity.

November 20, 2020 – Rabi` al-Thani 5, 1442

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Their problems were presented in two frameworks

In a statistic that sheds light on the extent of the suffering of young people in the world, the United Nations stated during its celebration of International Youth Day on August 12 last, that the percentage of young people not involved in work, education or training has remained high over the past 15 years, reaching 30 per cent. It reported that the economic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the difficulty of the labor market for young men, in light of what the International Labor Organization announced about the loss of 5.4 percent of global working hours in the first quarter of 2020 Compared to the last quarter of 2019, which equates to 155 million full-time jobs.

The United Nations drew the attention of states to the fact that 600 million jobs must be made available over the next 15 years to meet the needs of youth employment, and the scale and magnitude of suffering is greater for the youth segment, if it is known that the United Nations defines youth as people between the ages of 15 and 24 years, and that if The age level of the youth segment has been raised to 35 years of age, so the number of young people in the world will double the number announced by the United Nations, which is 1.2 billion young people between the ages of 15 and 24, representing 16 percent of the world’s population, indicating that the youth problem is greater than The announced estimates, which explains why Saudi Arabia is interested in youth during its presidency of the G20 summit 2020.

The Kingdom’s interest in the problems of youth in the world is embodied by discussing their issues within two of the nine frameworks of the “Human Empowerment” axis, the first frame “Providing Access to Opportunities”, in which it decided that the collective action of the G20 should aim to create conditions that enable all individuals. Especially women and youth, who can live, work and prosper, indicating that the global economy does not provide sufficient opportunities for all with the increase in this gap in a rapidly changing environment, which weakens people’s confidence in trade openness and the benefits of innovation and innovation. Its presidency will address these challenges to ensure prosperity for all.

During the second framework entitled “Promoting Financial Inclusion for Women and Youth”, the Kingdom raised attention to the fact that despite the great progress made by financial inclusion in promoting sustainable and comprehensive growth and support for development, there are still more than 1.7 billion adults who do not receive financial services. Equivalent to one-third of the world’s population, most of whom are composed of women and youth. Youth in the upcoming G20 summit, to alleviate the suffering of this group, and to contribute to its gradual elimination, in order to benefit from the energy of youth in achieving good and progress for humanity.

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