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2023 Crystal Award: Meet this year's winners

2023 Crystal Award: Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre Elba, Renée Fleming and Maya Lin. Image: Alex J Piper; Ken Howard / Met Opera; Andy Romer, courtesy MSPC

Hilde Schwab
Chairperson and Co-Founder, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, World Economic Forum Geneva
Joseph Fowler
Head of Arts and Culture , World Economic Forum
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Davos 2023 Crystal Award Maya Lin has been committed to focusing attention on key issues of our time: women’s rights, civil rights, Native American history and the climate crisis.
2023 Crystal Award Maya Lin has been committed to focusing attention on key issues of our time: women’s rights, civil rights, Native American history and the climate crisis. Image: Alyssa C. Thiel, courtesy PUAM
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Davos 2023 Crystal Awardee Renée Fleming is a leading advocate for research at the intersection of arts, health and neuroscience.
Crystal Awardee Renée Fleming is a leading advocate for research at the intersection of arts, health and neuroscience. Image: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera
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Davos 2023 Crystal Award Idris and Sabrina Elba visit Maboikandoh, Sierra Leone. On an IFAD programme working to reduce rural poverty and food insecurity on a sustainable basis through agriculture.
2023 Crystal Award winners Idris and Sabrina Elba visit Maboikandoh, Sierra Leone on an IFAD programme Image: © IFAD/Rodney Quarcoo
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