Annual Meeting Archive

Uncertainty and Instability: The World in Two Words, Says UN Secretary-General

The world faces four main challenges: climate change, mistrust of leaders, increased geopolitical tension, and the dark side of the technological revolution “Climate change is the defining issue of our time,” António Guterres said “Inclusive multilateralism” would extend beyond national governments to include more participation from local authorities, civil society, business leaders and others For

World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions to Focus on Role of Science and Technology in Addressing World’s Most Critical Challenges 

World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2018 will focus on the impact of science and technology on shaping economies, societies and geopolitical structures of the future Meeting comes at an important juncture for global relations, as increased geostrategic competition accelerates movement towards a multi-polar world Geneva, Switzerland, and Beijing, China, 29 June

Pope Tells Participants Human-Centric Economy Is A Moral Imperative as 48th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Gets Underway

In a message to participants, His Holiness Pope Francis urged participants at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting to take bold steps to build a sustainable, human-centred future The Pope echoed theme of the meeting, Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World,  calling on participants to build “inclusive, just and supportive societies” The 48th

Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils Ends with Pledge to Put People at the Heart of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Meeting closes with the UAE announcement of a new Centre for Future Readiness – supported by “future ambassadors” and global protocols on artificial intelligence and the Fourth Industrial Revolution Global protocols and adaptive regulations can address risks posed by rapidly accelerating technology and place humans at the heart of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Institutions need

The World in 2030: 10 Key Aims of the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils 2017  

The goal of the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils is to build a vision for the world in the Fourth Industrial Revolution Key considerations involve ways of applying technology to solve today’s critical challenges while avoiding potential pitfalls as the world looks to a future vastly different from today For more information about

Annual Meeting of the New Champions to Focus on Inclusive Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Over 2,000 participants from more than 80 countries will convene in Dalian for the 11th Annual Meeting of the New Champions Meeting is the foremost multistakeholder gathering on science, technology and innovation Under the theme “Achieving Inclusive Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, the meeting will examine the potential for innovation, science and technology to

Afghan Women’s Orchestra, Zohra Launches Tour at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017 in Davos

World Economic Forum invites Afghan Women’s Orchestra “Zohra” to perform for the Annual Meeting Closing Concert in Davos Musicians are students at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) founded by Ahmad Sarmast Performances in Switzerland and Germany will take place in collaboration with local youth orchestras in the spirit of intercultural dialogue through music

World Economic Forum Annual Meeting to Focus on Five Challenges for 2017

  The 47th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum will focus on five critical leadership challenges in 2017: strengthening global collaboration, restoring a sense of shared identity, revitalizing economic growth, reforming capitalism and preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution The Co-Chairs of the Annual Meeting 2017 will be Brian T. Moynihan, Bank of America,

World Economic Forum Honours its 2016 Young Scientists Community at Annual Meeting of the New Champions

44 Young Scientists, all under the age of 40, will participate at the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2016 Young Scientists are recognized for leadership in their respective fields as well as for having contributed towards advancing the frontiers of science, engineering or technology in areas of high social impact Annual Meeting of the

CISCE holds Annual meeting in the presence of HRD and CBSE representatives Issues including ‘No detention policy’ discussed