The Seventh National Youth Conference will be held at the end of July under the patronage of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in the New Administrative Capital, confirming the President’s keenness to continue dialogue with Egyptian youth from various sectors.
The National Youth Conference serves as a gathering of young Egyptians from all governorates to discuss the most important issues of the Egyptian society, in the presence of President Sisi at the New Administrative Capital on 30 and 31 July.
The conference will be attended by a large number of people representing all segments of Egypt’s youth, such as university students, athletes, intellectuals, media professionals and political party youth.
The conference will serve as a forum providing an opportunity for promising Egyptian youth to direct dialogue with the Egyptian state and its various institutions, charting a better future through a national vision, scientific planning and constructive dialogue.
On the sidelines of the conference, and for the first time, a conference for donors to the Hayah Karima (Decent Life) initiative will be held. This will stress the Egyptian state’s keenness to eradicate poverty and provide a decent quality of life for Egyptians in the poorest villages, and comes in cooperation with private sectors, civil society institutions and development partners.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm