From January 25 to 29, the World Economic Forum will host a virtual summit to bring together global leaders from governments, businesses, civil societies, and stakeholders. The discussions will tackle the ways and means of how we can grab this opportunity of building a more collaborative global framework for the post-COVID world.
The main issues will be about the effects of the pandemic and how to rebuild the economic and social systems of the world to provide a more fair, sustainable, and resilient future.
Throughout the entire week of this summit, there will be 7 key themes where topics will come from. These themes include How to Save the Planet, Fairer Economies, Tech for Good, Society and Future of Work, Better Business, Healthy Futures, and Beyond Politics. A wider range of topics will enable everyone to participate in the discussions online and learn about how we can start rebuilding our world in 2021 and beyond.
The overall theme of “The Great Reset” means that whatever happened in 2020 has been a catalyst of the changes in economic, environmental, social, and technological aspects of our lives. The pandemic boosted the need to shift and this initiative of the World Economic Forum calls for a global action with a mission to make sustainable decisions from world leaders.
The Davos Agenda will also mark the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset Initiative and the Special Annual Meeting in the next few months. In the Great Reset Initiative, there are five domains that will be addressed including designing cohesive, sustainable and resilient economic systems, driving responsible industry transformation and growth, enhancing stewardship of our global commons, harnessing the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and advancing global and regional cooperation.
The Davos Agenda is very timely since we are pushing to rebuild our lives this year. It is the perfect time to reset priorities, reform systems, and come out stronger.
Click here to access the event: https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021