The 'Millennial Manifesto' outlines principles for an inclusive future
The Davos Lab Millennial Manifesto provides principles to guide youth activism in a post-COVID world marked by greater examples of systemic inequalities.
Noura is a Member of the Governing Body of the European Youth Parliament (EYP), steering one of the largest European organisations for political debate, intercultural encounters, European civic education and the exchange of ideas for young people in Europe. In 2020, Noura interned for and worked in the foreign and security policy department at Sweden's Permanent Representation to the EU. Noura now works at the Swedish Dialogue Institute for the Middle East and North Africa at the Swedish Ministry For Foreign Affairs. Noura served as Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos in 2019, highlighting the importance of civic participation and education. She serves as Vice President of the National Council of Swedish Youth Organisations (LSU), and on the boards of CONCORD Sweden, and Höj Rösten School of Politics. Noura regularly provides expertise and advice to a variety of organisations, such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the UN Population Fund, and many civil society organisations and think tanks. In 2018, she was appointed to the Swedish Government’s Advisory Council for Environmentally Sustainable Consumption. In 2016, she was the official Swedish Youth Delegate to the United Nations, joining the Swedish Government delegation to the UN General Assembly and other high-level meetings. Noura is a Global Shaper former Vice-Curator of the Stockholm Hub of the World Economic Forum's Global Shapers Community. She is a frequent lecturer, panellist and commentator, and has been ranked among the top ten future policy-makers in Sweden. Noura studied public international law at the Swedish Defence University.