--Address a topic or theme discussed at the Future of Work conference a. Migration: Refugees (with a special focus on the Middle East and Africa), labor mobility, return migration/brain drainb. Tech & Innovation: artificial intelligence, skills-building, work on demandc. Work in Society: Purpose of work, underemployment unpaid labor (particularly in regards to gender), economic growth, social stabilityd. The Crossroads: Public-Private approaches to innovation; the need for ecosystems to foster the growth of SMEs; the role of civil society
--Are based on ideas that advance peace, justice and prosperity.--Promote the public image of EF as a network of leaders who are diverse, dynamic, doers.Identify a specific target audience.--Have measurable results that make a positive impact in society.--Are scalable, so that they can be expanded to affect large populations.--Are collaborative, involving a group of Fellows, or a Youth Network member with mentorship from a Fellow, and, potentially, Trustees.--Are sustainable without continuous funding from EF-Head Quarters.--Are not restricted to the social services sector.--Can, although are not required to, generate revenue while delivering a societal benefit. --Expand Fellows’ current professional activities or are an extra-professional action.
EF staff may choose to work with selected applicants to further develop a concept as necessary. All submissions are due by May 1, 2017, with finalists being informed by July 1, 2017. Should you have any questions, please contact Romana Lee-Akiyama, Program Officer at email@example.com.