The Key Disruption of the Future
14:15 – 15:45, Hotel Golf, Libertas Hall
Keynote address: Ms Mari Kiviniemi, OECD Deputy Secretary-General
- Mrs Romina Boarini, Head of Monitoring Well-Being and Progress at OECD
- Mr Ravi Chaudhry, Chairman of CeNext Consulting and Investment Pvt Ltd, India
- Mr Boštjan Jazbec, Governor of the Bank of Slovenia, Slovenia
- Ms Mari Kiviniemi, OECD Deputy Secretary-General
- Ms Martina Larkin, Head of Europe and Eurasia and Member of the Executive Committee of the World Economic Forum, Switzerland
- Dr Mattia Romani, Managing Director for Economics, Policy and Governance at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- Mr Alastair Teare, CEO of Deloitte Central Europe, Hungary
Moderated by: Mr Timotej Šooš, Slovenia Development Strategy Lead, Government of the Republic of Slovenia
World is turning into a global village, technological progress reduces distances, and global political and economic processes enable countless new opportunities. Meanwhile, we face growing inequality, increased security threats arising along a number of social axes.
Growing tensions are already threatening security around the world, and new challenges and new threats may further erode trust between generations, nations, states, interest and social groups. This might generate yet more tension and additional threats. Trust is vital for ensuring a future of well-being and security, despite inevitable disruptions.
However, complex and dynamic challenges can no longer be resolved through approaches to which we have grown accustomed. We will address the issue of trust by seeking answers to the question of how we measure it, whether we understand the factors that affect it and how we can contribute to reversing the global trend of eroding trust in all social contexts.
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