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WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

Along with key philanthropists, we have invited speakers from international and regional organizations, NGOs, and the private sector. They will have prominent roles, including keynotes, closing or chairing key sessions or side events.

 

The plenary sessions will be divided into session segments each introduced around a key theme of the Symposium. Themes will include philanthropy’s response to refugee crisis and challenges associated with migration linked to climate change. We will explore areas such as innovation in philanthropy and social change. The plenary will be broken up with dynamic content in the form of films relating to the refugee crisis in Europe and climate change. The one-day Symposium will also include parallel workshops and skill building sessions where attendees will be offered a chance to engage in and discuss topics in-depth.

Keynotes from the Best

We’ve got innovators, adventurers, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, asylum specialists, and business leaders from nearly every philanthropy industry. Moderator Mia Odabas will be kicking things off - click here for the full lineup.

4 Breakout Sessions

Expert breakout sessions from a choice of four topics will be led by Rebecca Riccio, Director Social Impact Lab, Northeastern University,  Jason Franklin, Ph.D., Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, Sam Parker, Director Shell Foundation, and Carin Lann, CEO at Wise Economy Global Association. 

PRE-SYMPOSIUM RECEPTION

We invite you to participate in the special pre-Symposium Reception hosted by Nordea and highlighted with participation by the Clinton Foundation. This is a rare opportunity to meet the speakers and mix and mingle with businesses and the philanthropic sector in an intimate setting. Cocktails and light dinner will be provided, accompanied by live entertainment.

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