In the advent of a fourth industrial revolution, the youth can help achieve inclusive and sustainable growth in the Association of Southeast Asian Nation (Asean) region by becoming a “bridging leader” in their community, a youth development advocacy group said.

“Asean Youth Community (AYC) is promoting a certain idea that young people can develop 21st century skills to be competitive in the region if they are bridging leaders first,” AYC Executive Director Lei Motilla shared at a media briefing on September 17 at the UniLounge in EGI Taft Towers, Taft Avenue.

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