It's finally arrived: This is the week when thousands of global leaders are gathering in Davos.

As participants in Switzerland discuss how to make globalization more inclusive, we would like you to join the conversation. You can watch live streamed sessions here, follow the live blog here or engage with us via our social media channels; Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Here are some highlights to look out for each day.

Monday January 21st

1300 GMT

The IMF will present its World Economic Outlook for the year ahead. Watch their important update here.

1700 GMT

The Annual Crystal Awards will this year recognise the remarkable achievements of conductor Marin Alsop, film director Haifaa Al-Mansour as well as the veteran broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough.

Tuesday, January 22nd

The broad range of people at this year’s Davos is very evident on Tuesday - with a Somalian refugee and the Duke of Cambridge both taking to the stage

0830 GMT

Your chance to hear more from this year’s Co-Chairs, including a Somalian refugee and the CEO of Microsoft.

1315 GMT

The Duke of Cambridge interviews Sir David Attenborough about the future of our planet

1400 GMT

Resilience can turn adversity into success. Top cultural leaders, including the world’s best teacher, will share their ideas.

1430 GMT

A special address by Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro

1600 GMT

How can leaders take action to safeguard our planet for future generations? Panellists include New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and former Vice President of the US Al Gore.

Wednesday, January 23rd

A day to hear from some of the world’s leading politicians

0945 GMT

Innovation or well-being? What should we be measuring instead of GDP to assess the health of our nations?

1000 GMT

Special Address by Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan

1315 GMT

Special Address by Angela Merkel, Federal Chancellor of Germany

1400 GMT

Special Address by Wang Qishan, Vice-President of the People's Republic of China

1500 GMT

The Duke of Cambridge joins a panel to discuss why mental health matters.

1630 GMT

Special Address by Giuseppe Conte, Prime Minister of Italy

1700 GMT

Special Address by Pedro Sánchez, Prime Minister of Spain

Thursday, January 24th

Leaders of two tech giants share their vision of the future

0900 GMT

China’s Alibaba is a pioneer of e-commerce. Its CEO Daniel Zhang will give his thoughts on digital trust and transformation.

0900 GMT

Artificial intelligence is set to transform many aspects of our daily lives. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella gives us his view on the biggest upcoming trends.

1030 GMT

A Special Address by António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations.

1230 GMT

A conversation with Omar Al Razzaz, Prime Minister of Jordan

1430 GMT

A Conversation with Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

1430 GMT

A conversation with 2018 Nobel Peace Laureate Denis Mukwege on combating wartime sexual violence.

1615 GMT

The President of South Africa, Cyril M. Ramaphosa and the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame will discuss Africa’s leadership in the new global context.

Friday, January 25th

As Davos draws to a close, much of the discussion focuses on how to make Globalization 4.0 more inclusive.

0800 GMT

How will a ‘Fourth Social Revolution’ be able to close the gap between the rich and poor. Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International and Robert E. Moritz, global Chairman of PwC International, are among the panellists.

0800 GMT

How can economic and political leaders collaborate and prepare for future migration scenarios?

1030 GMT

The CEO of the World Bank and the Managing Director of the IMF share their vision of the new architecture needed to create a global economy that works for everyone.