The refugee and humanitarian crises have reached huge proportions. Governments and multilateral institutions are struggling to meet these challenges. How can the private sector -- NGOs and companies -- help? How can the private sector step in to provide better educational opportunities or make humanitarian aid more efficient, especially in fragile states?
Please join YPFP for a panel discussion with Lorna Solis, CEO and founder of Blue Rose Compass, which provides educational opportunitites to refugees worldwide; Christoph von Toggenburg, Leader of the Global Agenda Council on Humanitarian Response at the World Economic Forum; and Andrej Kirn, Leader of the Global Agenda Council on Fragility, Violence & Conflict at the World Economic Forum.
Wine and snacks will be served. Members may RSVP on below; nonmembers must submit a $5 entry fee via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to RSVP is July 17.
Lorna Solis is founder and CEO of Blue Rose Compass, a nonprofit that provides educational opportunities for gifted young refugees. It helps with scholarships and university admissions and works with a worldwide network of 25 universities.
Christoph von Toggenburg is the Senior Community Manager for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region at the Schwab Foundation and a World Economic Forum Global Leadership Fellow, who heads the Forum's Global Agenda Council on Humanitarian Response.
Andrej Kirn is Leader of the Global Agenda Council on Fragility, Violence & Conflict and Community Lead, International Organizations and Government Affairs at the World Economic Forum.
347 W 36th St
New York, NY 10018
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