AIESEC Annual Report 2009

September 22, 2009

Hello world!

AIESEC International is the global office of the AIESEC network. Together with our partners from business and civil society, we regularly produce reports and surveys on a range of topics related to leadership, talent and youth. [1]
Download our most recent publications below available for your reference.

Read our Global Annual Reports to find out how our organization has developed and grew through the past years. [2]

Please find the AIESEC Annual Report 2009 at this link and on AIESEC.org.

[1], [2] AIESEC.org

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How opportunities can shape you: Brooke Jones

July 4, 2009

While Australians normally go to the beach and relax during their big summer break from university, Brooke decided to go on an AIESEC internship in Beijing China working in sustainability.  Coming into her internship with little previous interest in climate change, she is now as committed as ever.

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Understanding the context for climate change solutions of the world’s most vulnerable

June 21, 2009

by Darren Willman

SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2009 – The International Commission on Climage Change and Development’s report on managing the climate change issue says “context matters”.  In those countries most vulnerable to climate change, Africa, I surveyed members of AIESEC as representatives of youth opinion for the unique solutions in their countries.

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Climate change requires the world to be more culturally sensitive

June 13, 2009

by Darren Willman

SUNDAY 14 JUNE 2009 – Mass migration as a result of climate change will be an issue of growing importance in the next 40 years.  But as Western Europe and European Union remain conservative and reserved, they reveal a need for cultural empathy and understanding across continents.

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Leaders in the climate change arena

May 26, 2009

by Darren Willman

MONDAY 25 MAY 2009 – With the latest computer modelling returning daunting results, we certainly need help on reducing our emissions, being more energy efficient and having a more environmentally conscious and sustainable perspective.  We need leadership.  But where will it come from?

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