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Prague Forum 2000 - Tahrir, Taksim, Sao Paulo: A new generation of politics?
 

Prague Forum 2000 - Tahrir, Taksim, Sao Paulo: A new generation of politics?

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The Forum 2000 Foundation pursues the legacy of Václav Havel by supporting the values of democracy and respect for human rights, assisting the development of civil society, and encouraging religious, ...

The Forum 2000 Foundation pursues the legacy of Václav Havel by supporting the values of democracy and respect for human rights, assisting the development of civil society, and encouraging religious, cultural and ethnic tolerance. It provides a platform for global leaders, as well as thinkers and courageous individuals from every field of endeavour, to openly debate and share these critical issues.

At this year’s Forum 2000 meeting in Prague, Czech Republic, Telefonica gave the opening remarks for the “Tahrir, Taksim, Sao Paulo: A new generation of politics?” panel.

Ivan Gabal, Michael Anti, Nada Dhaif, Ahmed Maher, and William Echikson discussed how the world is now entering a new phase, characterised by a boom in technology, with social media at the forefront.

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    Prague Forum 2000 - Tahrir, Taksim, Sao Paulo: A new generation of politics? Prague Forum 2000 - Tahrir, Taksim, Sao Paulo: A new generation of politics? Presentation Transcript

    • Telefónica Global Millennial Survey: Global Results_ Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials #TEFMillennials
    • Methodology Introduction Telefónica in partnership with the Financial Times, commissioned 12,171 online quantitative interviews among Millennials, aged 18-30, across 27 countries in six regions. Penn Schoen Berland conducted the survey from 11 January – 4 February 2013. Country sample sizes represented in the global number are weighted by the percent of the population in each country with access to the Internet. The global margin of error is +/-.9 percent. • The largest and most comprehensive global study of adult Millennials conducted to date_ Please note, questions in which answer choices are mutually exclusive and all answer choices are displayed, percents may not add up to exactly 100% due to rounding. Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Key Themes 1 Economy and Employment 2 Government Relations 3 Faith in Self and Others 4 Technology: The Great Connector Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • 01 Economy and Employment_
    • Career Progression More Important Than Fame Or Politics How important are the following life accomplishments to you personally? (showing % saying very and somewhat important) Making it to the top of your career 81% Being an entrepreneur 55% Being famous Being in politics 32% 18% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Professional Progressions Are Keeping Millennials Up At Night 63% it is difficult for their generation to progress from school to the workplace environment say Millennials Saying It’s Difficult To Progress To The Workplace Italy 91% Korea 87% Spain 80% C.R. 80% France 77% Japan 76% Argentina 75% Mexico 72% Turkey 76% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials 6
    • The Economy Is The Most Important Issue In Europe, Particularly Western Europe The most important issue facing the region where you live Central & Eastern Europe Western Europe North America #1. The Economy: 34% #2. Social Inequality: 15% #1. The Economy: 22% #2. Social Inequality: 17% #2. Poverty: 17% Asia #1. The Economy: 46% #2. Education: 12% #1. The Economy: 24% #1: Social Inequality: 24% Middle East & Africa* #1. Terrorism: 19% #2. Political Unrest: 13% Latin America* #1. Social Inequality: 19% #1. Education: 19% *The Economy Ranks: #4 in LatAm (11%) #4 in MEA (10%) Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Few Believe The Economy Is On The Right Track, Except For Millennials In Asia Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials 8
    • The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor Is Expanding In Their Countries Expanding 38% 37% 62% 63% Shrinking 34% 47% 40% 34% 66% 53% 60% 66% 50% 50% Global North America America Central & Eastern Europe iddle East & Africa Latin Western Europe Asia M Millennials Saying The Gap Is Expanding Germany 77% Korea 71% Japan France 70% 75% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • 02 Government Relations_
    • Believe Governments Put Their Needs Before Those Of Its Citizens My government puts the best interests of the government first My government puts the best interests of the citizens first 74% 26% Global 81% 19% 84% 80% 16% 20% 67% 63% 33% 32% Asia Middle East & Africa 85% 15% North Latin Western Central & America America Europe Eastern Europe Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Believe That Governments Underserve Those In Greatest Need Central & Eastern Europe Western Europe North America 13% 21% 19% 18% 8% 11% 81% 66% 63% Middle East & Africa 12% Latin America 27% Asia 7% 18% 75% 61% 13% 16% 71% There is not enough support for those most in need There is the right amount of support for those most in need There is the too much support for those most in need Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Europeans Believe Most Strongly That Government Has A Negative Impact On Their Lives Overall, what kind of impact does your government have on your life? Global 51% North America 49% Latin America Western Europe Central & Eastern Europe 51% 41% 59% 30% 70% 34% Positive Negative 66% Asia Middle East & Africa 49% 63% 48% 37% 46% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • North and Latin American Millennials Believe An Individual’s Participation Can Make A Political Difference One person’s participation does make a difference One person’s participation does not make a difference 69% 60% 58% 54% 45% 63% 40% 55% 42% 55% 45% 37% 40% 31% Global North America Latin America Western Europe Central & Eastern Europe Asia Middle East & Africa Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • 03 Faith in Self and Others _ 15
    • Who Can “Make A Local Difference”? Most strongly believed in the Western Hemisphere  I don't believe I can make a local difference Global  I believe I can make a local difference 38% 62% North America 18 82 Latin America 18 82 Western Europe 41 Central & Eastern Europe Asia Middle East & Africa 59 44 56 50 50 33 67 Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials16
    • Who Can “Make A Global Difference”? Most strongly believed in Latin America  I don’t believe I can make a global difference Global Asia Middle East & Africa 40% 49 Latin America Central & Eastern Europe I believe I can make a global difference 60% North America Western Europe  51 38 71 62 29 75 25 66 34 52 48 Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials17
    • “Yes, I Can” Pockets Of Optimism In Several Key Countries % saying “I believe I can make a global difference””   U S US 52% SP U UK 37% K  D DE 30% E  R RU 22%         FR FR 21% U JP 22% CZCZ 28% CN 27% SP29%  KO EG MX 68%       VZ 66% CO 73% PEPE 68% EG 53% BR BR 58% A CL 58% R  ZA 68% JP KO 52% IN 60% Globally, 40% of Millennials believe they can make a global difference AR 47% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials18
    • Open To Others’ Religious Beliefs Global Latin North Americ America a Wester Central & n Eastern Asia Europe Europe Middle East & Africa Very open 37% 38% 46% 37% 21% 36% 39% say they are Somewhat open 39 40 33 38 38 42 38 open toward other religions Not very open 14 13 13 12 23 13 16 and beliefs outside their own Not at all open 10 10 7 13 17 9 6 76% Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Willing To Consider Marrying Outside Of Their Faith 80% say they would consider Global Yes marrying someone Maybe with different religious beliefs No Central & North Latin Western Eastern Asia America America Europe Europe Middle East & Africa 45% 52% 56% 49% 32% 43% 29% 35 27 31 33 46 39 27 19 20 13 17 22 17 42 Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • 04 Technology: The Great Connector_
    • Millennials Are A Smartphone Generation Globally 76% say “I own a smartphone” 24% carry with them 3 or more devices at all times North America 71% Laptop Desktop Tablet Western Europe 83% 50% 37% 79% Laptop Desktop Tablet 72% 49% 22% Central & Eastern Europe 60% Laptop Desktop Tablet 64% 56% 23% Asia Middle East & Africa Latin America 72% 68% Laptop Desktop Tablet 62% 58% 22% Laptop Desktop Tablet 66% 45% 20% 83% Laptop Desktop Tablet 77% 49% 31% Global smartphone penetration in 2011: 30%* Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Constantly Connected, Constantly Online Globally, Millennials spend an average of 6 hours online every day North America Western Europe Central & Eastern Europe 5 7 6 hours hours hours Middle East & Africa Latin America 7 Asia 6 hours 5 hours hours Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Technology Has Helped To Better Inform Them About Political Issues Technology has made me better informed about political issues in my country Agree 90% 92% Global North America Disagree 95% 82% Latin America Western Europe 89% 90% 92% Central & Eastern Europe Asia Middle East & Africa Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Social Media Plays A Role In Current Political Events Social media plays an important role in current political events and movements in my country (showing strongly agree and agree) 85% Global 87% 92% 85% 77% North America Latin America 73% Western Europe Central & Eastern Europe 92% Asia Middle East & Africa Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Social Media Helps Millennials To Listen And Contribute Most strongly felt in North America 52% say 20% say Social media makes it easier to listen AND contribute to the dialogue of today 19% Social media makes it easier to LISTEN to the dialogue of today say Social media makes it easier to CONTRIBUTE to the dialogue of today Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials
    • Learn more at www.telefonica.com/millennials #TEFMillennials