An initiative established in alignment with the Federal Youth Authority
The new forum aims to support and empower young people while allowing the FTA to benefit from the ideas and vision of board members. — Picture provided
The Federal Tax Authority (AFC) has announced the launch of its Youth Council, an initiative launched in collaboration with the Federal Youth Authority. The new forum aims to support and empower young people while allowing the FTA to benefit from the ideas and vision of board members.
The new council will fulfill several key objectives, including adopting its members’ suggestions for continuously improving working mechanisms, preparing a new generation of future leaders, providing a platform for innovation and liaison of its findings with senior FTA management for use in the implementation of the Authority. future strategies.
Khalid Ali Al Bustani, Director General of the FTA, underlined that this important step is part of the government’s orientations aimed at strengthening the empowerment of young people in various sectors and facilitating their role in public, community and community life. business.
He said the establishment of the council would be instrumental in harnessing the energies and talents of young people, with young people being the builders of both the present and a bright future, thus enabling the UAE to consolidate its position as one of the best countries in the world in all areas.
“The formation of the new Federal Tax Authority Youth Council is part of the preparation for the next fifty years, which depend on the excellence of young people and their creative ideas to build the future of our nation. The Youth Council will enable young employees to actively participate by voicing their innovative ideas to shape the future of the Authority and achieve its vision to be a leading global tax authority that supports sustainable financial diversity,” said Al Bustani.
In a press release on Sunday, FTA explained that the work plan of the Federal Tax Authority Youth Council, in alignment with the Federal Youth Authority, will include several initiatives to achieve the goals of the council, including empowerment of young people, allowing them to express their opinions and strengthening their participation in the continuous development of the Authority’s youth work systems. The formation of the board would enable its members to develop their leadership abilities while allowing the FTA to benefit from their energies and creative enthusiasm.
The FTA said the council would achieve its goals by supporting meaningful youth representation. He said it would encourage them to participate and positively influence the Authority’s proceedings and decisions, enhance their participation in activities and events, enable them to represent the Authority at official seminars and conferences, and create effective communication channels. between organs.
The authority explained that the council will provide an environment that meets the aspirations of young people by holding periodic meetings and establishing interactive platforms to listen to their ideas and develop their capacities to freely share their ideas and contribute effectively to decision-making. which have a positive impact on the areas of work of the authority.
FTA clarified that the council will provide the necessary mechanisms for its members to pave the way for their boundless energies and capacities by communicating the voices of young people, enhancing their contributions and equipping them with the skills and knowledge that will open up opportunities for them. and enable them to participate effectively in decision-making, in compliance with the areas and orientations of the Authority.
FTA said it would appreciate the efforts exerted by the youths of the authority, recognize their achievements and outstanding performance, boost their commitment and loyalty, and solidify their role in contributing to the realization of the UAE’s vision.
The authority concluded by saying that the focus would be on enhancing council members‘ sense of accomplishment in their work. This would create equal opportunities for young people to take on new responsibilities and advance in career. He said he would do this by providing them with advice and tools to enhance their short and long-term professional development, develop and develop the skills and capacities of young people on an ongoing basis in technical and non-technical areas, and support them to improve their work performance.