Request your online invitation today – join global governance actors and concrete solutions this November

For the fourth 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 for a unique hybrid edition from November 11 to 13 to advance concrete solutions to the enormous challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to improve global governance post Covid.

Among the speakers at this year’s fourth edition, we are pleased to announce the participation of:
Forest Whitaker
Founder & CEO of the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative (WPDI)
Kristalina Georgieva
Director General of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Ajay Banga
CEO of Mastercard
Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Lysa John
Secretary General of Civicus
Emmanuel Macron
President of France
Ursula Von Der Leyen
President of the European Commission
Brad Smith
President of Microsoft
Audrey Azoulay
Director General of UNESCO
Christophe Deloire
Secretary General of Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Trisha Shetty
Founder of SheSays
President of the Paris Peace Forum Steering Committee
Tedros Ghebreyesus
Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO)
Razan Al Mubarak
President of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
…and many more!

A preview of the 4th edition, 11 – 13 November 2021

Since 2018, the Paris Peace Forum has been the place where heads of state and international organizations meet civil society and the private sector to construct new forms of collective action. The case for improving global coordination could not have been made in a more dramatic way than by the havoc Covid-19 wreaked, with millions of deaths and economies devastated worldwide.

We now need to build back better, but that will not happen if we cannot address the gaps that threaten the global reconstruction:  

⚕️📈 Closing the action gap on health and economic recovery

☀️🌊🛰️ Closing the ambition gap for the global commons

🌍 Closing the North-South gap

♀️♂️ Closing the inclusion gap

🤝 Redefining the international consensus for the post-Covid world 

In November 2021, the fourth edition will focus on spurring a more solid and inclusive recovery by addressing the various gaps in global governance, offering initiatives to better tend to the global commons, and putting forward new principles of action for the post-Covid world.

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Now accepting invitation requests

This November, the 4th edition comes to you! Combining the best of 2019 and 2020: a unique hybrid edition

The pre-pandemic 2019 edition gathered 7,000 in-person participants in Paris, while the 2020 digital edition gathered 12,000 online participants. On 11-13 November 2021, we will combine the best of both worlds: in-person participation at La Grande Halle de La Villette and a full online experience on the acclaimed Paris Peace Forum digital platform. All those who wish to actively participate in the Forum via the digital platform specially designed for the event can now request their invitation.

The digital platform allows online participants to:

🤝Connect with other participants via dynamic networking tools able to algorithmically match you with other like-minded actors of global governance.

💬Exchange on topics important to you with other participants via dynamic live chat & video tools.

🌐Discover 80 #SolutionsforPeace in the Space for Solutions and connect with the project leaders.

🗫Take the stage by organizing your own debates.

🗣️Explore each and every panel on the rich agenda of debate sessions, both live and replay.

🙋Share your ideas and interact directly with panel speakers with dedicated tools and audience polling.

📅Create your own personalized agenda with debate sessions, workshops and networking meetings so you don’t miss a single moment.

👨‍🏫Learn about topics of interest by participating in online workshops hosted by the Forum’s partners.

In order to participate online in the 2021 Paris Peace Forum, all participants are required to request their invitation. So what are you waiting for?

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