Strengthening Regional Cooperation through Youth Exchange Globalization made human more connected than ever before, and the development of technology plays a vital role in shaping the way we live in the 21st century. The future ahead is nowadays filled with a wide range of potential and great uncertainty, with the increasingly complex social issues and challenges. That means, there are myriad of unprecedented opportunities for young people to perceive authentic international experiences. As young generation will be the solid basement for the future of a nation, they should involve in youth exchange activities, in order to reinforce the regional cooperation and to build a peaceful world. Finally, let’s discuss how young people learn about cultural
In short, sharing of knowledge gives power, not only to the one who knows, but also to the one who receives. One who shares knowledge with the villagers or community is the best leader. This concept moulds future leaders through learning experiences. As a new and developing community, we expect good governance from the new leaders, especially in the area of interpersonal care and service to others. Good governance requires that African leaders should lead and give direction for the benefit of the community/villagers.
Development activities, empowerment, training and energetic participation to decision making process are the examples of human resources management (HRM) practices, all of these can assist employees’ to creative innovative ideas and let them active in innovation process. Job identification, participation to decision making, job analysis, performance evaluation, training-development and career management are the positive and strong relationship for innovation and HRM practices on strategic planning process. In order to achieve organizational innovation, human capital development helps the organization to develop organizational skills and perform well in critical operations. (Taheri and Marjani, 2015). So, function or human capital
As ICT is an important part of country’s development, more advanced network features and capabilities, more function-rich communications and collaboration make ICT more functional. Lastly, innovation and something new on ICT also increase the quality and reliability of the government’s overall
Such types of people will get the richest rewards in the society and share the greatest joys of the world. If learners complete their education without knowledge on how to progressively create and innovate, they will not be ready to face the society’s challenges. The world is becoming a platform for global competition and automation of tasks. Therefore, capacity for innovation and the spirit of creativity are becoming essential for both professional and personal success. In education, creativity is vital as literacy it should be treated with similar status.
These impacts are causing some troubles and modifying the growth of the nation. Generally, globalization makes competitions among enterprises become more intense than ever and workers could be laid off any minutes. Despite the negative impacts globalization also has its positive ones in order to improve the market of products and enhance commercial development. Therefore, this paper, as the result of our research, aims to answer three questions: What is globalization? ; What are its impacts on civil society in Vietnam?, and How can the young people and/or CSOs formed by the youth in Vietnam be well prepared for the new development era of the country?
Recent trends in KM are leading most of the major corporations to use KM initiatives, especially to improve employees’ skills and knowledge to product innovative products in faster and efficient way to get competitive advantage. Effective and efficient knowledge has been recognized as the main and important intangible resource to achieve distinctive competencies that are strongly needed and basis in these knowledge-based organizations. Customers become sophisticated and want innovative products, new and disruptive technology, hyper-competition make companies to utilize their knowledge assets very well. At the meantime, enabling organizations to capture, share and apply the collective experiences, lesson learned and know-how of employees has
The young person has to volunteer themselves towards taking part and being involved in the youth organisation in order for it to be youth work. ‘’It is a distinctive way of approaching and responding to young people and of promoting them to reach for more than they might otherwise have considered or even thought possible for themselves.’’ (Davies, 2010) Youth work is mostly provided by voluntary organisations, ‘’with statutory support from the Department of Education and Skills and the Education and Training Boards’’ (Youth.ie, 2016). The people that
Students are confronted with decisions and problems in their daily lives and it is imperative that they are capable of coming up with solutions and able to take action in a responsible manner. Therefore the values that should be taught in school are found in the Manifesto which is based “on the idea that the Constitution expresses South Africans ' shared aspirations and the moral and ethical direction they have set for the future” (Asmal, 2001). Students should be taught their own values which can be found in the Manifesto so that active citizenship may be guaranteed (Solomons & Fataar, 2011). Due to the diversity of South African’s society in terms of religion, culture and beliefs, it is vital that the teacher does not teach the students what political party they should support or what to believe, but instead teach them values that are “consistent with democracy” (Seefeldt, 2010). The values that that should be present in the classroom should correspond to our democracy and that encourage “children to become participatory members of a democratic society” (Seefeldt, 2010).
35/2012 under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India. It functions as a vital resource centre by offering academic programmes viz., Under Graduate, Post Graduate, Ph.D., and Diploma programmes encompassing various dimensions of youth development, engaging in seminal research in the vital areas of youth development and conducting Training programmes catering to the need of youth across the country. RGNIYD has close cooperation with the state agencies, NSS, NYKS and empanelled organizations in the implementation of training programmes. Being an apex body for youth development the RGNIYD strives to develop into a globally recognised and acclaimed centre of academic excellence in the field of youth development, fully responsive to the national agenda for inclusive growth and the needs and aspirations of young people of the country to realise their potentials to create a just