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Jan 21, 2022

Davos meet closes calling new models of public-private cooperation

Foreign Affairs News Desk

The Davos Agenda closed Friday following headline-making dialogues with heads of state and government, international organizations, business and civil society.

The week-long meeting convened leaders on “The State of the World”. It was the first global platform of the year and focused on driving concerted action among key global stakeholders.

World leaders including Heads of state and government, chief executives and civil society leaders met during the Davos Agenda spoke on the global economic outlook, energy transition, social justice, healthy futures and resiliency in special address about their challenges and priorities in the year ahead

They made urgent calls for public-private cooperation to identify and scale solutions for health, the environment and social justice.

The discussions During the Davos Agenda will feed into initiatives and platforms in the run-up to the Annual Meeting 2022 in Davos-Klosters from May 22-26

Also, pioneering new research and project milestones were released

For over 50 years, the World Economic Forum has been the international organization for public-private cooperation.

The Davos Agenda 2022 is the focal point at the start of the year for leaders to share their outlook, insights and plans relating to the most urgent global issues.

The meeting will provide a platform to accelerate the partnerships needed to tackle shared challenges and shape a more sustainable and inclusive future.