Shaping the Future of Education, Gender and Work

How can talent be reinforced through public-private cooperation to meet the demands of the 21st century?

Technological change will have a significant impact on job creation and displacement, skills gaps, education and gender gaps. Preparing talent will be key for ensuring that the economy and society fully reap the opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This will require breaking down old silos between education systems and labor markets, new, agile approaches to regulation and public-private collaboration.

The system initiative on Education, Gender and Work aims to ensure that talent is developed, nurtured and deployed for maximum benefit to the economy and society, by mobilizing business, governments and civil society leaders to rethink education, close skills gaps, accelerate gender parity and boost employment. Read more here.

You can contact us at humancapital@weforum.org

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