The Global Shapers survey is an initiative of the World Economic Forum to seek the views of young people on a range of topics that affect them at world level.
This survey was conducted two years ago for the first time, achieving excellent results. 1400 participants from 125 countries. In 2016 the numbers increased substantially to 26000 participants in 187 countries. On this occasion, the survey aims to continue growing. Therefore, the intention is to attract the greatest possible number of young people between the ages of 18 and 35.
The survey takes no more than 10 minutes to complete and covers several topics, such as corruption, gender equality, refugees, employment, etc.
“The Global Shapers survey is a unique opportunity to listen to young people and to integrate their perspectives into the activities of the various social, political and economic agents. There comes a time when the world needs to listen to youth”, said Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, in the latest edition of the survey.
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