The Forum for Global Challenges is a major international meeting, happening in-person in Birmingham, United Kingdom and online from 3 to 5 May 2022, that will showcase and generate solutions to some of the most pressing challenges faced by our planet and its people, from climate change and destruction of the natural world, to rising inequality, especially exacerbated by climate change and the global pandemic.
The world faces significant challenges – from living with the devastating impacts of climate change, the destruction of the natural world to the effect of pandemics on jobs and livelihoods – making the need to find and create new solutions to these challenges an urgent priority. Yet the response to global challenges has long been slow and inadequate, with low- and middle-income countries bearing a lot of the impact.
The inaugural Forum is a hybrid event, combining the face-to-face conference at the ICC Birmingham in May 2022 with a fully online interactive element.
The Forum brings together not only world leaders, but also business and thought leaders, policy makers, practitioners and academics from around the world, with the aim of generating international, intersectoral and interdisciplinary responses and solutions to global challenges. The inaugural Forum will catalyse action on the most pressing global challenges: climate change and inequality.
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Speakers: Gabriela Ramos, Dr Sandie Okoro, Professor Mariana Mazzucato, Lord Bilimoria, Dr Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah, Antonio Zappulla, Andrew Mitchell, Mayor Andy Street, Professor Jim Skea, Mayor Yvonne Denise Aki-Sawyerr, Henry Dimbleby, Mark Britnell, Professor Shahbaz Khan, Preet Gill, Professor Sir Charles Godfray, Dr Susan Gardner, Liv Garfield, Deborah Cadman, Professor Alice Roberts, Yu Ping Chan, Femi Oke, Sonia Sodha, Dr Joanna Newman, Dame Una O’Brien, Dr Hans Herren, Mo Ibrahim