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Our first Annual Report for 2020 is published
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Welcome!

The Global Institute for Lifelong Empowerment (GiLE) is a foundation based in Budapest.

Our initiative was launched in 2019 at the World Science Forum.

2020 was a year like none before

Annual Report
2020

The GiLE Foundation is proud to share its first Annual Report with you.

We accomplished a lot in a short period of time and we are grateful to all our contributors and volunteers for their continuous support.

Latest articles

Read our latest articles on competency development.

Season two

Our Latest Episode

Our first guest is Lilla Bartuszek who shares her journey of self development and career building.

Lilla Bartuszek in partnership with the GiLE Foundation

Lilla Bartuszek

Secretary-General

V4SDG (Hungary)

This is season two of the ParadigmShift podcast. In this season we are talking about FrontRunners – young people who are shifting culture and influencing communities in their respective fields.

Our Short Courses

The GiLE Foundation is proud to offer 2-day courses that are affordable, high-quality and in-depth. For a minimal fee, students and recent graduates can develop key competencies and techniques that are typically not taught at university or college.

 

The latest courses that we offer are:

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Topic: The Fascinating Connection Between Communication Skills, Theatre and Storytelling.

Latest Webinar

Click here to watch the full webinar video

GiLE Journal

The GiLE Journal of Skills Development (GJSD) invites authors to submit research articles for its second issue.

 

A detailed description is available here.

GJSD Call for papers
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The World Economic Forum launched the Reskilling Revolution to provide one billion people with better education, skills and jobs by 2030.
World Economic Forum
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Two-thirds of all jobs will be soft skill-intensive by 2030.
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UNESCO is launching a Global Skills Academy to equip one million young people with employability and resilience skills, between 2020 and 2021.
UNESCO
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Creativity & empathy will be as important as A.I. for future jobs.
World Economic Forum
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The most in-demand soft skills in 2020 are creativity, persuasion, collaboration, adaptability and emotional intelligence.
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