Multiculturalism has floundered. What next?

That society has become more fragmented is arguably an inevitable consequence of putting people with vast differences in wealth, education opportunities, religious beliefs and values together into a melting pot without adequate integration policies or government support.

1. Why has multiculturalism in a globalized world foundered?
2. What can be done to create a more harmonious society?
3. How can a world free of xenophobia be created?

Special Address by: H.R.H. Kronprinz Haakon von Norwegen, Crown Prince of Norway


Cesar Conde, President, Univision Networks, USA

Rosie Dastgir, Author, United Kingdom

Philip J. Jennings, General Secretary, UNI Global Union, Switzerland

Tumi Makgabo, Founder and Executive Director, AfricaWorldwide Media, South Africa

Demet Mutlu, Founder and Chief Executive Officer,, Turkey

Lukas Reimann, Member of the National Council and the Swiss People’s Party

Mel Young, President, The Homeless World Cup, United Kingdom

Moderated by: Daniel Shapiro, Founder and Director, Harvard International Negotiation Program, Harvard Law School, USA

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