As a follow up to the October 2016 Human Capital Summit, join leaders from global agencies, CSOs and the private sector as they participate in a partners’ round-table discussion on how investments on those critical years are the key to a workforce that can deliver on the 4th Industrial Revolution.
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How do we foster inclusive and sustainable economic growth? Join us as the World Bank’s chief economists discuss new research directions to meet the twin goals by investing in human capital, financing infrastructure, enabling private sector investments and managing shocks.
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We need to jumpstart a revolution in the way we produce and consume food so that we can feed the world’s population. This event will showcase young entrepreneurs and leaders who are trying to fix the food and agriculture system while creating the jobs and business opportunities of tomorrow.
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To support the prevention of violence against women and girls, the World Bank Group and Sexual Violence Research Initiative will award 10 teams from around the world with funds to support research and innovation to help address this global epidemic.
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On the eve of the 2017 Spring Meetings, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim will discuss how we must fundamentally shift development finance to meet the aspirations of the world’s 7 billion people and become the first generation in history to end extreme poverty.
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The World Bank Group Analyst Program is a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented young people with a passion for international development to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. Join this chat to learn more!
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Each year, nearly 1,000 of the world’s most influential social entrepreneurs and thought leaders gather at the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Oxford. Join us for opening plenary session that will explore how social entrepreneurs can navigate a changing landscape while working towards peace and prosperity.
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Professor Slaughter has been studying the trends of globalization and will look at the phenomenon of real income declines over the past two decades. His future research will explore the globalization experience of the United States and other developed and developing countries in his talk with the World Bank.
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MIGA is hosting its 2nd Annual Gender CEO Award to recognize the accomplishments of a CEO from one of MIGA’s clients, with a record of seeking to create opportunities for women and promoting gender equality. This year’s Gender CEO Award’s theme is ‘Women Powering Africa,’ and will focus on how the energy sector can play an important role in promoting greater gender equality across the continent.
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