Youth empowerment must not stop at the boardroom

Directly employing young leaders in the boardroom is just one aspect of what needs to be done to generate future business leaders.

Young people can be pioneers in advancing their nation, says the writer. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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Last week, the Y20 brought future young leaders from across the Group of 20 (G-20) member countries to meet and discuss how to rebuild the youth agenda beyond Covid-19.

For me as Minister of State-Owned Enterprises, tasked with overseeing and managing Indonesia's vast network of state-owned enterprises (SOEs), the timing of this agenda could not be more appropriate.

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