The OECD’s Youth Advisory Board is made up of exceptional young people aged 18‒30 who bring their perspectives and ideas to the OECD.
Following the success of our first Youthwise class, we are excited to be launching Youthwise 2022!
The consequences of COVID-19 have accelerated pre-existing issues for young people and it will take a joint effort across sectors, stakeholders and generations to solve them. In line with the OECD’s policy priorities, Youthwise members will focus on how we can build an inclusive and green future for & with young people.
The Youthwise delegates will:
Applicants must be:
and answer, by video or text, the question: What do you think should be the top priority for governments to ensure an inclusive and green future for young people?
The first ever Youthwise class were made of 24 people aged 19-30 from 24 OECD member countries.
Under the umbrella of the I am the Future of Work campaign, the Youthwise programme’s initial focus was on learning and employment with input provided notably to the Youth Action Plan.