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What is ‘Leaders For 2030’? | International Congress 2019

The 71st AIESEC International Congress is currently being held in Hyderabad, India, from 6th to 13th July 2019. The Congress has gathered 400+ young leaders from as many as a hundred countries. In addition to the youthful energy brought in by the presence of these young leaders who are local and national officers of AIESEC entities, the Congress has also gathered experienced minds leading sectors ranging from business to social causes. Eight notable global partners of AIESEC were invited to International Congress 2019 on the second day of the conference to engage and inspire young leaders into taking action towards ...
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“World Leadership is in crisis…youth must step up”, says Kamal Seth, Country Head of The RSPO at International Congress 2019

At a keynote speech in the opening ceremony of the 71st AIESEC International Congress being held in Hyderabad, India, from 6th to 13th July 2019, Kamal Seth, the Country Head of The RSPO: Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, addressed five hundred young leaders from a hundred different countries on topics of youth leadership, climate action and sustainability. Kamal’s speech was a powerhouse of information and experience sharing, boosted with inspiring lessons and leadership ideals. He threw light on certain alarming statistics, such as the fact that every 24 hours, 110 million tons of manmade global warming pollution is dumped into ...
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5 places to visit while in India

India is a land of age old traditions and rich heritage. One of the most popular traditions of India, the land of history and myth is “Atithi Devo Bhava”: The Guest is God. So as we welcome you to the 71st AIESEC International Congress here are a few places you should definitely consider travelling to before boarding those flights back to your normal routines! Book a Safari at the Ranthambore National Park Considered to be a haven for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts , Ranthambore National park is the home of the big cats. With frequent sightings of the royal Bengal ...
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Why do leaders need to have frequent meetings together?

Upon surfing through the internet the other day, I came across a few interesting questions that piqued my curiosity and poked me to deliberate on them a little more. This led to me sacrificing my natural sleeping hours, and deliberately taking the plunge into another episode of red eyes and dark circles! The following questions on the screen flashed as I proceeded to scroll down for answers and clarity: Why do you think leaders often have meetings together? Are these meetings fruitful or productive? Do you think that meetings between international leaders will become more frequent in the future? Or ...
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