The Danish Prime Minster Lars Løkke Rasmussen and the Danish Minister for Employment Troels Lund Poulsen is coming to Singapore towards the end of November. The Prime Minister will be in Singapore on 30 November, while the Employment Minister will arrive a day earlier, 29 November.
The Danish Embassy in Singapore is still planning the details but a ‘Panel Debate on Future Skills’ takes place on 30 November, 15:15-17:00 at INSEAD (by invitation only).
The overall purpose is how Singapore and Denmark can help each other develop and future-proof their economies and take advantage of the digital revolution. This includes life-long learning, disruption, future labour market and digitalisation.
The main theme of the Danish Prime Minister’s visit is to gain inspiration from Singapore’s work on the Future of the Economy. In that relation, the Danish Prime Minister will open the panel debate and give his keynote speech at Insead, Claude and Tuulikki Janssen Auditorium.
Panelists include the Danish Minister for Employment, Troels Lund Poulsen, and representatives from the parliament, the industry and academia in Singapore. They will engage in a dialogue, focusing on how to shift and secure the skills of the workforce to match the changing labour market conditions in the future.