Proceeding from UN strategy the next 10 years were declared the period of small farmers that aims on reducing poverty and improving global food security. Small family farming, besides of poverty and food control, can also be a key to reaching some global goals: gender equality, good health and well-being, sustainable community growth, partnership for […]
The global economy does not work for most people. Over the last several decades, we have seen an increase in economic inequality, a decrease in economic mobility, and consolidation of power and capital by the few. In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic and the economic effects of the shutdowns have not been equally felt, as historically oppressed and under-invested communities have experienced more infection, a higher death rate, and deeper economic hardship.
Looking toward the future, what would a truly inclusive economy look like? Join the Skoll Foundation and innovators from across the globe to discuss a new vision for an economy that serves everyone (including the planet!), and what needs to happen to get us there.
Shivani Garg Patel, Chief Strategy Officer, Skoll Foundation
Atul Satija, Founder, The/Nudge Foundation
Sarita Gupta, Director, Future of Work(ers), Ford Foundation
Michelle Arevalo-Carpenter, CEO, IMPAQTO
Marcel Fukuyama, Executive Director, Sistema B
Felicia Wong, President and CEO, The Roosevelt Institute
Rodney Foxworth, CEO, Common Future
Andrea Dehlendorf, Co Executive Director, United for Respect
Jay Coen Gilbert, Founder, B Lab & Imperative 21
*Final panel to be 3-4 speakers*