#14. Baku Forum & Young Leaders Program, through participants' eyes
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In episode #14 “SCOLAR on the Belt & Road” rewinds the time to bring you our second special episode from the VII Global Baku Forum! You will hear conversations between our host, Olim Alimov, and four young Forum pariticipants – Altynay Alymysheva (Kyrgyzstan), Kamilla Solieva (Tajikistan), and Amina Zamulina (Russia), with Sevinj Novruz (Azerbaijan) joining later to reflect on the Forum together with Amina. While coming from different paths, our guests have shown a synergy of the positive outlook and the drive to lead the action in addressing local, regional and global challenges in their field. For example, Kyrgyzstan-born Altynay, who pursued her education in the UK and currently works as a Regulatory Specialist at Ørsted London, has always been interested in the interdisciplinary issues in politics, economics and foreign affairs. Kamilla, a multilingual young woman who works with a Brussels-based boutique consultancy, previously worked with British Council, NATO Parliamentary Assembly & European Parliament. Amina, ex-SCOLAR member, is now is a practicing human rights lawyer in Moscow, who earned her B.A. in Law from Russian Plekhanov University of Economics and her Master’s degree in Civil and Commercial Law at Tsinghua University. Sevinj, coming from Azerbaijan, has graduated from National University of Public Service and now works at the AvropadASAN (ASAN Radio). What is Baku Global Forum’s Young Leaders program? The four participants shared with us their impressions of preparing for the panel discussions and reflected on how they felt when communicating their ideas to the current and former global leaders. They also spoke about the causes they are passionate about, ranging from inclusive education to the human rights protection and sustainable development, as well as on the Forum’s positive energy they will bring back into their work in their countries. We hope you enjoy the episode!