Roscongress, MKR-Media and “Friends for Leadership” international community held an online conference

On the 23rd of April, the Friends for Leadership (FFL) international community of young leaders and entrepreneurs, together with the Roscongress Foundation and MKR-Media holding, held an online conference “Global Management in Digital Technology Age”. The special guest of the event was the United Nations Under-Secretary General and Special Advisor on UN75 & Digital Cooperation Fabrizio Hochschild.

Throughout the conference, young people from all over the world shared their views on global management in the digital age. They discussed the future of global management after the pandemic and sought answers to questions about how the international community could work together to optimise the use of digital technologies and reduce the risks, including building an all-inclusive digital economy and society, developing digital trust, security, stability and a global digital cooperation.

The discussion was moderated by Roman Chukov, the FFL Representative and Youth Policy department assistant for the Roscongress Foundation Director.

The speakers for the event were:

Rodrigo Reis - the Global Attitude founder & CEO,

Teresa Astolfi - former Chief of Staff of the Government Speaker in the Spanish Parliament,

Gerardo Treviño - the Playbook founder & CEO,

Naya Queen - Business Woman Africa Foundation CEO,

and Dr Halit Ünver - the European Technology Chamber (EUTEC) board member.

The online event was organized under the auspices of the UN Secretary General's Envoy for Youth Jayathma Wickramanayake and the UN Under-Secretary General and Special Adviser on UN75 and Digital Cooperation Fabrizio Hochschild, in conjunction with the UN Major Group on Children and Youth. This opinion-exchange initiative took place ahead of the UN virtual conference “Young People's Role in Driving Digital Trends during Uncertain Times”.

The event was moderated on the foundation and with the informational support of the MKR-Media International Multimedia Centre.