The debate lasts 50 minutes, well worth watching but if you lack the time you might be helped with some of my observations:
- when asked about the priorities society should set for itself, they come up with quite a diverse set of issues, from climate change to education;
- they have a way of finding sound solutions to societal issues in surprising places -nonlinear thinking-, like favoring the availability of bandwidth (internet) over food and 'classical' aid programs in developing regions;
- in their eyes, democracy and human evolution comes through collaboration, bottom-up decision taking and shared values (a term that is often mentioned);
- leadership to them is defined by culture, values and a spirit of 'collectiveness'.
The 'global shapers' program of the World Economic Forum is a continuous effort bytheway, you can find regular updates and debates on its website (look for 'global shapers' in the 'community' tab).