Global leaders will hold The Davos Agenda ahead of a
“Crucial Year for Rebuilding Trust”
* Our world is experiencing unimaginable difficulties, as the global outbreak of COVID-19 reverses important international achievements in addressing issues such as unemployment, poverty and climate change.
* Rebuilding trust and strengthening global cooperation, which are crucial to implement the bold and innovative solutions needed to drive a robust recovery.
* To mobilize the government, enterprises and social organizations to discuss solutions, World Economic Forum will hold a virtual meeting on 25-29 January 2021 to discuss The Davos Agenda.
* Heads of state and government will address the siatuation of the world in 2021 to audiences in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America
The Davos Agenda is a pioneering mobilization of global leaders aimed at rebuilding trust to shape principles, policies and partnerships needed in 2021, to promote a strong recovery in 2021, and to prepare for The Special Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in 2021. The virtual meeting will build momentum ahead of Forum’s Special Annual Meeting on 25-29 January 2021. Heads of state, chief executive officers, civil society leaders, global media and youth leaders from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America will participate in the meeting.
According to Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, “2021 is a crucial year for rebuilding trust. The world is at an important crossroads. The COVID-19 Crisis thoroughly resulted the world and reversed important international achievements in tackling unemployment, poverty and climate change. World leaders must work together to take positive, decisive and inclusive effective action.”
Key sessions of The Davos Agenda includes: building better job prospects, implementing stakeholder capitalism, and harnessing the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The five programme themes are:
1. Designing cohesive, sustainable, resilient economic systems (25 January)
2. Driving responsible industry transformation and growth (26 January)
3. Improving global governance in the public domain (27 January)
4. Harnessing technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (28 January)
5. Advancing global and regional cooperation (29 January)
Heads of State, government and international organizations will deliver special speeches regarding to the situation of the world and engage in dialogue with business leaders. Industry leaders and politicians
will discuss how to promote and accelerate public-private cooperation on key issues such as COVID-19 vaccines, jobs creation and climate change. The forum's core communities, such as the International Business Council, will share their insights and recommendations on global, regional and industry initiatives at the Impact meeting.
The conference will last for a week, with a number of high-level agenda discussions, as well as live webcast online, to provide more opportunities for the public to participate. The conference will span time zones in Beijing, Geneva, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo to ensure global public participation.