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The Davos Agenda 2021

The Davos 2021 Events – 25-29.01.21

Virtual press conference on The #DavosAgenda 2021 – 18.01

  • programme highlights, key business and private sector participation and key themes

Global Risks Report 2021 – World Economic Forum, 19.01

  • With news of a COVID-19 vaccine and renewed willingness to seek multilateral solutions, the end of 2020 has provided new opportunities to tackle today’s most pressing issues. Join prominent experts to dive into the reforms and actions that are needed to overcome the economic, health and societal challenges that the world has faced over the past year.

The Davos Agenda | 25th – 29th January 2021


Restoring Economic Growth (Option 1) | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • The World Bank is forecasting that many countries will fall into recession in 2020 with global GDP contracting by more than 5%. This Leadership Panel examines how to restore growth, with recommendations on how businesses and governments can collaborate more effectively on a new economic agenda that enhances productivity, sustainability and shared prosperity in 2021.
  • Speakers: Gideon Rachman, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Haruhiko Kuroda, Andrey L. Kostin, Smriti Zubin Irani

Reimagining Education (Option 1)| DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, 188 countries closed their schools, affecting 1.54 billion students. These disruptions provide an opportunity to reset the skills that need to be prioritized in primary and secondary education and beyond. F
  • rom global citizenship to digital skills, what policies, practices and partnerships are needed to elevate future-ready employability skills on the education agenda?
  • This session is associated with the following projects and initiatives of the World Economic Forum: Education 4.0, the Global Future Council on the New Agenda for Education and Skills, and the Global University Leaders Forum.

Transforming Food Systems and Land Use (Option 1) | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 27.01

  • While more than 1 billion tonnes of food are still wasted every year and agriculture remains a major driver of water use, climate change and nature loss, a nature-positive economy could create 395 million new jobs by 2030. With the Biodiversity COP15 and the UN Food Systems Summit scheduled for 2021, this Leadership Panel examines how to scale inclusive action to transform food systems, improve farmer livelihoods and restore nature.
  • Speakers: Hiroko Kuniya, Mark Rutte, David Beasley, Geraldine Matchett, Jeffrey Lu Minfang

Restoring Economic Growth (Option 2) | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • The World Bank is forecasting that most countries will fall into recession in 2020, with global GDP contracting by more than 5%. This Leadership Panel examines how to restore growth, with recommendations on how businesses and governments can collaborate more effectively on a new economic agenda that enhances productivity, sustainability and shared prosperity in 2021.
  • Speakers: Geoff Cutmore, Bruno Le Maire, Christine Lagarde, Herbert Diess, David Solomon, Peter Altmaier

Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism (Option 2) | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 27.01

  • The World Economic Forum’s International Business Council has proposed a set of universal environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics on which companies can report, regardless of their industry or region. This Leadership Panel examines how business leaders can implement non-financial disclosures for their companies and how investors and governments can work together to advance stakeholder capitalism in their region.
  • Speakers: Klaus Schwab, Gillian R. Tett, Brian T. Moynihan, Chrystia Freeland, Marc Benioff, Kristalina Georgieva, Laurence D. Fink

Advancing A New Social Contract | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • Close to 1.6 billion of the most vulnerable economy workers in global labor markets have lost their capacity to earn a decent living in the context of the pandemic, while the inadequacies of safety nets for the majority of the world’s working population have been revealed. This Leadership Panel examines what responses are most effective and what are the emerging features of a new social contract between governments, business and citizens.
  • Speakers: Hilary Cottam, James Quincey, Pedro Sánchez, Sharan Burrow, Paul Kagame, Jo Ann Jenkins, Saadia Zahidi

Tackling The Inequality Virus | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • Oxfam’s new inequality report reveals how COVID-19 is inflaming an already severe crisis of inequality across the globe. During the press conference, speakers will discuss the report’s findings and what action is needed to tackle wealth, racial and gender inequalities.
  • Speakers: Alem Tedeneke, Rebecca Marmot, Gabriela Bucher, PilAto, Darrick Hamilton

Accelerating Grassroots Innovation | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

  • From a Myanmar-based initiative promoting recycling to an online marketplace to use empty shipping containers in Oman, entrepreneurs will play a crucial role in speeding up global delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • What innovations are needed for a Great Reset and how can anyone, anywhere, engage digitally with the SDGs?
  • Speakers: John Dutton, Diego Saez-Gil, Eren Bali, Moitreyee Sinha, H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon of Norway

Special Address by Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

Special Address by António Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 25.01

Special Address by Emmanuel Macron, President of France | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 26.01

Special Address by Angela Merkel, Federal Chancellor of Germany | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 26.01

Special Address by Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 26.01

Special Address by Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 27.01

Special Address by Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea | DAVOS AGENDA 2021 – 27.01



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Davos 2020 – Pre-Annual Meeting 2020 Press Conference

DAVOS 2020 | Welcoming Remarks and Special Address ft. Klaus Schwab


  • Unchecked capitalism has led to vast economic inequalities, irresponsible short-termism and a growing climate crisis. As we approach Davos 2020, how can we look to build a more equitable world for the future?
  • What is Davos, and how can it help us tackle the world’s great problems? Featuring Greta Thunberg, David Attenborough, Bill Gates, Nelson Mandela, Helmut Kohl, Klaus Schwab, Winnie Byanyima, Al Gore, Rutger Bregman and Pedro Sánchez, we look at how the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum facilitates discussion around climate change, poverty, inequality, and global conflict.


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