Carnegie 3 paper: Young people as drivers of public innovation

 

The D G Murray Trust, and a number of DGMT funded projects, had the priviledge to be involved in the Towards Carnegie 3 conference held in September this year. The conference entitled 'Strategies to Overcome Poverty and Inequality' was styled as the Third Carnegie Conference (following on from that organised in 1932 and 1984), and aimed to bring attention to the causes and dimensions of persistent inequality in South Africa, and consider policies and actions aimed at significantly reducing inequality and poverty in both the short- and long-term.

Three papers were presented at the conference that emanated from DGMT: below is the one authored by Janet Jobson (portfolio manager for Leadership for a winning nation) focusing on the Activate! programme and young people as drivers of public innovation.

 
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