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Davos 2022: What to read on Agenda

Here's a snapshot of the solutions, opinions and leadership insights on Davos 2022 Agenda

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Gayle Markovitz
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  • Davos 2022 offers a platform for leaders to come together to address unprecedented global disruption.
  • The only way to deal with the global challenges is through global solutions.
  • Here's a snapshot of the solutions, opinions and leadership insights on Agenda.

This Davos comes as unprecedented geo-economic challenges disrupt communities everywhere. It’s a critical moment for leaders to meet in person in Davos - after a two-year hiatus - to tackle parallel global shocks collectively.

The Forum’s President, Børge Brende has said, “All the pressing challenges that we are facing, such as inflation, are global, the only way to deal with them is through global solutions.” Some of these solutions are addressed here, on Agenda. These articles offer essential reading and set the scene for the discussions ahead over the coming days.

Davos 2022 - What to read

This is just a snapshot. There’s much more to come this week and onward throughout the year. Read everything here.

Global cooperation

Fairer economies

Technology and innovation

Climate and nature

Health and healthcare

Jobs and skills

Society and equity

Better business

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