Klaus Schwab

Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

Studied at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, University of Fribourg and Harvard University; degrees include doctorates in Mechanical Engineering and Economics (summa cum laude). 1972-2003, Professor of Business Policy, University of Geneva. 1971, founded the World Economic Forum as a not-for-profit foundation and built it into the foremost international institution for public-private cooperation; 1998, Co-Founder, with wife Hilde, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, supporting social innovation around the world; 2004, Founder, Forum of Young Global Leaders; 2011, Founder, Global Shapers Community. Numerous honorary doctorates. Several honorary professorships. Recipient of international and highest national honours for initiatives undertaken in the spirit of entrepreneurship in the global public interest and for peace and reconciliation efforts in several regions of the world.

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Systemic Racism

怒りに応える

ジョージ・フロイド氏殺害により引き起こされた怒りは、米国のみならず世界中で、真の市民権の獲得と、社会を脅かす人種差別の廃絶への抗議を、再び巻き起こしています。この怒りの原因である人種差別による弊害に正しく対処すると同時に、今回のパンデミック(世界的大流行)によって増幅された根本的な不平等にも取り組む必要があります。

16 juin 2020
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