"Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world."
The Geneva PeaceTalks will feature the following twelve speakers:
Zarifa Ghafari, Human Rights Activist, politician and entrepreneur,
Ex-mayor of Maidan Shahr and Director of a Department of the Ministry of
Defense of Afghanistan.
Yves Daccord, Executive Chairman Harvard's Edgelands Institute &
former Director General of the International Committee of the Red Cross
and Hiba Qasas, Head of Secretariat of the Principles for Peace
Initiative at Interpeace.
Diwele Molale Lubi, choreographer, dance artist, conference speaker,
teacher and artistic director at Matlosana Centre for the Arts.
Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping, an artist collaboration
working with photography, documentary and narrative film, virtual
reality, installation and research. Baaba Maal, singer, guitarist and founder of the NANN-K foundation. Anil Soni, CEO of the WHO Foundation interviewed by Charlotte Kirby, Vice President of Global Strategic Relations at Salesforce.
Héloïse Hughes, Kareem Gomersall and Ksenia Vlasova-Kuznetsova, three
high school students from the International School of Geneva and
co-founders of the student-led PeaceTalks Club. A message on the International Day of Peace from António Guterres, ninth Secretary-General of the United Nations. Special remarks by Tatiana Valovaya, 13th Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva.
The event will be moderated by Sarah Noble, curator of the PeaceTalks,
and Karen Chica Gómez, Afro-Ecuadorian activist and student at Graduate