Better World Forum Starts Tomorrow
Imagine sitting in your home office this weekend having a cup of coffee with Deepak Chopra, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bill McKibben, and Joan Blades.
That’s just what you can do, thanks to my good friend Steven Zuckerman. Over the next two weekends he’s bringing some of the world’s most innovative thinkers to you – via the Better World Forum.
This forum brings together participants across six continents and over 80 nations around the world, to discuss cutting solutions for unprecedented cultural, economic, environmental and political changes that are happening in our world today.
Thirty-six sessions will explore topics like enabling human and civil rights, new media engagement, new economic models and creative financing. You can simply listen in, or you can fully engage and participate in discussions following the presentations.
This is a virtual forum, consuming a tiny fraction of the energy a typical conference would burn by flying people to a central location. And this forum is extraordinarily affordable. Since GrowthBusters is a partner (I’m speaking at the forum on April 28), I can offer you a discounted registration of just $29 for the entire forum. At that price, and with the forum located in your home, you can pop into and out of the forum as your time and interests permit. Register here.
Almas Jiwani, President of UN Women Canada National Committee, will speak tomorrow on the topic of Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women. Also tomorrow, media critic Danny Schechter (who appears in GrowthBusters).
Peruse the schedule and you’ll find many more presenters and topics you won’t want to miss. Register here, to get the discount. My presentation is scheduled for Saturday, April 28 at 6 pm, ET (23:00 GMT).
Thank you for checking it out. I hope to see you (virtually) at some of the sessions!
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