All actors of international cooperation to convene around concrete solutions this November

For the third consecutive year, the Paris Peace Forum resembles the most important players in collective intelligence. Heads of state and Government and CEOs of major multinationals, as well as several civil society actors, will gather on our digital platform from November 11 to 13 to advance concrete solutions to the enormous challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to rebuild a better and more sustainable world.

We are pleased to announce the following actors will be among those joining us in November.
Audrey Azoulay
Director General, UNESCO
Thierry Breton
European Commissioner for Internal Market, European Commission
Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus
Director General, World Health Organization (WHO)
António Guterres
Secretary General, United Nations
Anne Hidalgo
Mayor of the City of Paris
Mo Ibrahim
Founder & President, Mo Ibrahim Foundation
John Kerry
Former United States Secretary of State
Emmanuel Macron
President of France
Achille Mbembe 
Professor, Philosopher, University of Witwatersrand 
David Miliband
CEO, International Rescue Committee
Louise Mushikiwabo
Secretary General, Organisation Internationale de la francophonie (OIF)
Mari Pangestu
Managing Director of Development Policy & Partnerships, World Bank
Trisha Shetty
Founder, SheSays
President, Paris Peace Forum Steering Committee
Brad Smith
President, Microsoft
Mohammed Yunus 
Economist, Nobel Peace Prize recipient (2006)
Patron, Helen Clark Foundation
Kristalina Georgieva 
Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
The major highlights of the 2020 Paris Peace Forum include:

The Official Ceremony on the 12 November, including heads of state and international organizations, invited by President Macron to work on the collective response to Coronavirus.

The Finance in Common Summit of Public Development Banks, focused on the crisis and subsequent economic and social recovery while redoubling efforts to achieve our common and global goals for sustainable development (alignment with Agenda 2030 and COP21 climate objectives).

The Business Track of the Paris Peace Forum, organized around companies rising up to improve the collective response and resilience to Coronavirus. This unique element of the third edition will explore how to reform the production and trade system into a more sustainable model.

A presentation of the 2020 selected projects coming from NGOs and foundations, the private sector, international organizations, local governments, academics and experts.

In the coming months, we will continue to announce new details regarding the third edition.


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