Ministers of ICT, Labour and Education, national governments, the private sector, training providers, Academia, NGOs, other members of the UN family as well as other interested parties are actively encouraged to participate:
- Organize digital skills development programmes for youth (e.g. coding bootcamps or mobile apps development trainings);
- Run special basic or advanced digital skills development programmes for young women;
- Train young entrepreneurs on how to use ICTs to grow their businesses and learn the business, technical and soft skills they need as digital entrepreneurs;
- Include digital skills training in apprenticeships and educational and professional development programmes across sectors;
- Train education providers how to adapt school curricula and incentivize professional development, entrepreneurship activities, on-the-job learning and job insertion of youth; and
- Provide financial support to existing digital skills development programmes or the creation of new ones.