World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

23-27 January 2013 Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

In the past century, businesses have become increasingly proactive corporate citizens, taking on social and environmental causes that were traditionally the domain of international organizations and NGOs. Meanwhile, non-profit institutions have found their management and performance under scrutiny. As we advance to an era where efficiency and accountability take precedence, how can humanitarian funds be applied most effectively?

Dimensions to be addressed:

1. To whom should NGOs and International Organisations be accountable? What are their roles and responsibilities?
2. Should NGOs be run like businesses?
3. What are the opportunities for businesses and NGOs to collaborate? What are the drivers to create partnerships?

Moderated by

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Panellist

Tiny n80jg8th57occ6pzikl5swjkjtai5oy7gm7svwx9zgu Jim Roth

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Tiny erchd88gynjiusmzm3op4i8gimug tevpnhfv anqli David Nabarro

Tiny xlq1dzl0hrhbsbbjlg2nad5yls8mblrj2czdtxwzkac Kumi Naidoo

Tiny 5cwkraudmqjkafwgp2wefugn033dtbrxtgxwlhjferk Charlotte Petri Gornitzka

Tiny yotojtqas3kscy3tunvnk6wti1c3za8p rsncgrfqj4 Kenneth Roth