‘Which way for the world after the pandemic? Our inclusive human future’
The Global Foundation conducted its most important global meeting of the year, the 2020 Rome Roundtable, on 16 & 17 November.
75 invited participants from diverse backgrounds, from business, faiths, academia and civil society, drawn together from all continents, met virtually by Zoom in Rome, where they addressed the topic: ‘Which way for the world after the pandemic? Our inclusive human future.’
Discussions were conducted according to the Chatham House rule, although some keynote addresses are available to view online.
Building upon its previous global meetings held in London and Paris in 2019, and in Rome and elsewhere previously, the Rome Roundtable discussed pathways for solidarity and recovery from Covid, sharing a vision for a world that is united in pursuit of co-operative globalisation, one that is transformative, fair, inclusive and prosperous.
All agreed that returning to the ‘old normal’ will not be sufficient; rather, that this a moment in history to make a transformative, positive step-change in our world and that this is best achieved by collaboration, across all divides.
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Monday 16 November, Proposal:, ‘The spirit of “Fratelli Tutti’, a G20 meeting of the economy of fraternity and community, to be held in Assisi, 2021 Presentation: Dott. Stefania Proietti, Mayor of Assisi
Tuesday 17 November, ‘Placing a fair transition at the heart of the global agenda’, Keynote address: Mr Jean-Jacques Barberis, Director of the Institutional and Corporate Clients division & ESG, Amundi
Tuesday 17 November, ‘Global Climate investment mobilisation, at scale – the international platform for climate finance’, Presentation: Dr Steve Waygood, Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Aviva Investors
Media Coverage of the Mayor of Assisi (Italian and English Versions)
https://francescoeconomy.org/live-streaming/nov-19/ Dott. Stefania Proietti is at minute 42:00
Media Coverage of Dr Ignazio Visco OMRI, Governor of the Banca d’italia
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