YOURE Talk is a tailored event series, curated by YUU Organization and empowered by HẠNH Scholarship under Generation Unlimited's agenda, to create an interactive space for leaders in the public, private and non-profit sectors and to feature the experience in sustainable development in Vietnam's context. YOURE Talk will be organized monthly in the first week of the month.
Purpose: Our goal is to bring together youth leaders to give talks that are practical-focused and on a wide range of 17 Sustainable Development subjects, to foster improvement, innovativeness, inspiration– and to ignite an extensive discussion with high-ranking decision-makers.
About Generation Unlimited (GenU): A global multi-sector partnership to meet the urgent need for expanded education, training, and employment opportunities for young people, aged 10 to 24, on an unprecedented scale. Despite the challenges that exist – or perhaps because of them! – leaders around the world are responding positively to GenU’s mission and asking how they can help. Politicians, CEOs, foundation heads, and civic leaders are recognizing that forging innovative collaborations with young people at the center is the best way forward.
YOURE Talk- The Toughest Job on Earth is a 2-hour event being curated by YUU Organization and empowered by HẠNH Scholarship under Generation Unlimited's agenda, with an audience of 10 leaders from government, NGO, and private sector in The Vagabond Pâtisserie & Café, 117 Ha Huy Tap, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Theme: The Toughest Job on Earth
Hooray for all the moms in our lives! Hooray for the mothers, grandmothers, godmothers, stepmothers, mothers-in-law, foster moms, bonus moms, other-mothers, aunts, wives, partners, sisters, friends, fellow moms, mentors, and women who love with a mother’s heart. Chances are, you know at least a few moms who deserve a shout-out on Mother’s Day. President Obama told an Iowa TV station "there's no tougher job than being a mom." Oprah Winfrey regularly trots out a similar phrase: "I always say moms have the toughest job in the world if you're doing it right," she says on her website. Procter & Gamble crafted a huge, award-winning Olympics ad campaign around the idea that "Being a mom is the hardest job in the world. But it's also the best."
This month, YOURE Talk will organize the event on Mother’s Week to find answers for these questions: What would you rather be doing: drilling to the center of the Earth, shaking hands with the Devil? Every time there's a rumble in the ground, you're waiting for the whole thing to collapse down on you so they can write that folk song about you? Or would you rather be up in the sunshine, running around with a couple of toddlers that you can send to bed anytime you want?