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Welcome to the Global Shapers Community 

Kuala Lumpur Hub

Projects & Updates

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Our efforts in making Kuala Lumpur a better home!

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    After 5

    After 5 assists Form 5 graduates (Post-SPM) to explore their passions and have a clearer direction about their future through module materials, motivational career talks and sharing information about future career path.

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    Global Gender Parity Week

    Our aim is to create a global movement of Global Shapers working on gender issues in every city in the world to showcase our collective impact as a global community while showcasing the unique challenges, opportunities and solutions around the world.

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    Better Streets is an urban rejuvenation that tackles vandalism and promotes community responsibility through art; and connects municipal authority to at-risk communities who needed public street amenities.

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    APAC Connect

    Our goal is to connect Hubs in the region and provide a platform for consistent communications, thus allowing for ideas to bloom and regional knowledge sharing.

Our Collaborators

We love what we do and our collaborators love it too!

Who are the Global Shapers?

The Global Shapers Community is a non-profit, non-partisan, volunteer-led organization under the World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

Who are we?

We are the Shapers of Kuala Lumpur- a network of dynamic, entrepreneurial and socially engaged youth leaders.

Where are we based?

We are well spread across over 450 city-based hubs around the globe. There are two hubs in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and Georgetown.

What do we do?

We, and our sister hubs are committed to make a positive and tangible impact through sustainable, innovative and community-driven initiatives.