An Active Future: Youth Forum to co-create an active generation
The Youth Charter will be hosting the ‘An Active Future: Youth Forum to co-create an active generation’ webinar from 12.30 to 14.00 (CET) / 13.30 to 15.00 (GMT) on Thursday 8th July, as part of the WHO ReINVENT & ReBUILD Webinar Series. If you would like to join the webinar please got to the registration link:
WHO ReINVENT & ReBUILD Webinar Series
COVID-19 has impacted how, when and where people can be physically active. The pandemic has increased global awareness of physical activity’s importance for mental and physical health, yet it has also revealed and accelerated widening inequities. Now is the time to use COVID-19 as a catalyst for change and reinvent a stronger and fairer physical activity and sport system for all. Through a series of eight webinars, featuring panellists from the physical activity and sport system, we will explore different approaches to achieving this goal. We will discuss four interconnected themes to identify practical actions needed, including innovation, partnership, use of evidence, and accountability and investment. Each webinar will also feature a question and answer session. These webinars continue the conversation started in April 2021, during a webinar marking the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. To learn more and watch the recording of the event, please visit
Speakers of the webinar series include:
Europe Active, Global Sports Innovation Center, International Health and Racquet Sports Association, McKinsey and Company, Sport for Development Coalition, The Commonwealth Secretariat, UNESCO, Yunus Sport Hub: YouthCharter, and others from across youth, academia, civil society, industry and government to be confirmed. Youth leaders will be present as panelists for each of the webinars.
Who should attend? - All webinars are open to public and professionals across the physical activity and sport eco-system, including health, exercise, fitness, sport, physical activity, sport for development and peace, and primary health care from across public, private and social enterprises.