Today's teenagers are ones born in a world has been desperately calling for solutions to long-known problems: leaving behind the age of warfare, advancing in the medical and scientific fields, preserving the world's nature, and so on and on. Most teenagers engage into this seeking of solutions one way or another, and they do so not necessarily for the sake of the world, but rather for the sake of maintaining its rationality, maintaining a range of relevant reasons to be alive.
This generation has grown up with access to the Internet. They know all too well that their predecessors have no valid far-sighted plan for saving the world and ensuring that humanity prospers and develops. They are not as attached to political ideologies and would rather follow a figure like Elon Musk than a veteran ideologist from a governmental structure, and there is no mystery as to why.
The world has changed since those had been relevant. Economy no longer must rely on wars to be stable, but ecological issues have come to pose a much greater threat than they used to. Now it is obvious that the world lacks not resources needed for perfecting itself, but rather a comprehensive plan for their allocation.
We wish to unite the teenagers with novel ways of thinking from all across the world over pragmatic aims: the development of international partnerships and establishment of new businesses. They will engage in discussions with us, that will revolve around the most pressing problems humanity is facing, while solving real-life business cases and acquiring the skills and knowledge they need to be relevant in the 21st century.