The Davos Agenda 2021

Why empowering female social entrepreneurs is key to economic recovery

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Pavitra Raja

Programme and Engagement Lead, Europe and Americas - Schwab Foundation, World Economic Forum

Jeroo Billimoria

Founder, One Family Foundation

Claire Davenport

Communications Manager, Ashoka Changemakers

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