The Reykjavík Global Forum will take place on 8-10 November 2021.
The Reykjavík Global Forum is where women leaders discuss and share ideas and solutions on how to further advance society.
After 2020 – a year unlike any other in our lifetimes – 2021 has brought a renewed sense of hope for a world engaged in transition, recovery, and learning. The Reykjavík Global Forum seeks to frame the COVID-19 pandemic not only in terms of what has been lost, but with emphasis on what has been gained: the lessons learnt and the strong possibilities for building forward. The 2021 edition of the Reykjavík Global Forum – Women Leaders is set to take place November 8 through 10 in Reykjavík, Iceland. This year’s Forum will be a hybrid gathering, offering both in-person and virtual opportunities to connect and collaborate.
The 2021 Reykjavík Global Forum will convene women leaders from across diverse sectors to take stock of the reality created by the pandemic, as well as to share solutions, insights, and tangible ideas on how to foster and construct a more equitable world where equality between men and women is embedded into all aspects of political and economic decision-making. Additionally, small groups will gather at Icelandic embassies around the world for Reykjavík Conversations – intimate dialogues and work-sessions where Conversationalists can together view sessions of the Reykjavík Global Forum and collaborate, sharing best practices and developing new strategies to drive further progress.
Please visit the official website of the Reykjavík Global Forum – Women Leaders at http://reykjavikforum.global/