Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Mohammed Bin Salman Foundation (Misk) will host the Saudi-African Youth Forum at the Misk City Forum in Riyadh on Thursday.
The non-profit forum aims to enhance cooperation between Saudi and African youth in various sectors, shedding light on collaborative relationships in areas such as science, education, technology, economy, culture, and art.
The goal is to open new avenues of cooperation for the future of Saudi and African youth.
The interactive sessions at the forum will explore the cultures of both parties, featuring over 25 speakers, experts from both Saudi and African perspectives.
The discussions will commence with Saudi heritage and African legacy, delving into opportunities and challenges in empowering youth through social development in both regions.
The interactive sessions provide participants with the opportunity to increase cultural awareness, gain practical experiences, and develop themselves by learning new skills.
Additionally, innovative and interactive experiences have been specially designed for this forum.
The Saudi-African Youth Forum will witness numerous interactive activities aimed at exchanging knowledge, experiences, and achieving positive change.
This includes the organization of four workshops focusing on entrepreneurship, art, mental development, and change-making.
It is worth noting that through these events, the Misk Foundation seeks to enhance impact, provide youth with new perspectives, create a larger space for discovering creative abilities and potentials, and strengthen communication among youth worldwide.