“Responsive and Responsible Leadership”
Thousands of international leaders from all around the world attending the World Economic Forum. The Annual Meeting programme was built with the vision of engaging leaders to deliver on a sustainable and equitable future for all, according to the founder Professor Schwab.
“It has been an inspiring event for me, I have been able to experience, discover, exchange, give and take” says Iravani right before his departure to Davos. “My main goal as a religious figure is to tell the business and political communities that they should take religion and faith leaders and communities more seriously in a positive way. They are and can be a source of peace, harmony, and success. Through, their valuable assets, we can have a better world that is healthier and cleaner. I will emphasis on my all talks and meetings about the importance of restoring trust and fostering cooperation among religious and faith institutions with world Economic and political leaders”. Iravani added.
Dr. Iravain attended the WEF for the fourth time. In addition to private meetings with World leaders, businessmen, philanthropists, scholars, and faith leaders he contributed to 8 different panels and sessions (private and public) as follows:
Session on “What Is it to Be Human in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?” at “Open Forum”
The Open Forum exists since 2003 and provides an opportunity for the local Swiss community and global public to join the Annual Meeting conversation and engage with leading experts and decision-makers on some of today’s most pressing issues.
It can be watched at:
Leaders of Hope and Faith: Creating the Conditions for Change
Responsive and Responsible Leadership in a Multipolar World
Restoring Stability in the Middle East and North Africa
Multilateral Meeting Prof. Schwab and Religious Leaders
Values of a Leader
Davos Insights: Addressing Identity through Positive Narratives
No Small Hands, Ne Great Walls, Waves of change, crisis & uncertainty- A MENA prospective