Join the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and the World Bank to discuss the findings from a groundbreaking research project to uncover the economic costs of child marriage.
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Do you want to work at the World Bank? The Young Professionals Program is a starting point for an exciting career at the World Bank Group. On June 22nd, representatives from Human Resources as well as Young Professionals in the program will take your questions live!
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Join key players in the industry to discuss the integration of women in tourism, models of tourism value chain linkages, how data informs tourism decisions, and other enablers of sustainable tourism destination development and competitiveness.
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On June 20, 2017, the World Bank Africa Region will organize a debate and photo journalism exhibit, to shine a light on the impact of forced displacement in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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This event will lead up to the announcement of the winners of the Transformational Business Awards dinner selected from the pool of nearly 150 submissions from global innovators whose capital, technology and ideas are moving the needle to make a difference.
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The 2017 Development Finance Forum will address opportunities to mobilize private sector finance for development goals in African nations, including the new IDA18 private sector window. Join us for three live panel discussions.
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Watch live as Philanthropist Michael Milken and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim discuss how to expand opportunity for prosperity to everyone in a one-on-one conversation at the Milken Institute Global Conference, "Building Meaningful Lives."
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Africa’s oldest national park, Virunga, is located in the Congo. Virunga has had to tackle extraordinary challenges posed by refugees, militias, corruption, and poverty. Tune in for this live talk with Cosma Wilungula, Director General of the ICCN and Emmanuel de Mérode, Director of the Virunga National Park.
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Malnutrition still affects one in three people globally, including the 156 million children worldwide who are stunted. As a follow up to the October 2016 Human Capital Summit, join us for a panel discussion.
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The State of the Africa Region seminar provides an opportunity to reflect on the main trends shaping economic development in the region. The seminar will discuss key challenges and opportunities facing Africa amid a weak and volatile regional and global economic environment.
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