Education and urban development work together when it comes to rethinking the way we live, work and play.
When it comes to driving urban changes, the younger generation is a key engine. Skilled and motivated young people who are well employed and integrated in their community will help build cities where life is pleasant and inspiring. These young people will rely on education to achieve their dreams. With two-thirds of the global population expected to be living in urban areas by 2050, the sustainable development of cities will become a major challenge for governments and local authorities. Investors and the corporate world in general will have a powerful role to play in this new reality. Facilitating public-private cooperation in the education sector to revive cities and regions is an effective way to foster positive effects on employability and the local communities for truly impactful investments.