Day 2 - Creating the new jobs: the context and the projects
07.30 Morning nature walks
Nature walks starting at the various accommodation locations in Leksand, Tällberg and Rättvik. (breakfast included, followed by bus transfers)
10.00 Plenary session III – Creating the new jobs: Context, opportunities, risks and leadership
- Music with Yair Dalal and Sébastien Dubé
The context: What world to rework?
Bo Ekman (Chair, Tällberg Foundation, Sweden) leads a conversation with
Mohan Munasinghe (Director-General, Sustainable Consumption Institute,
University of Manchester, UK, and Vice Chairman, IPCC, Sri Lanka) and
Elinor Ostrom (laureate of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics 2009,
and Professor of Economics, Indiana University, USA).
The openings: Where are the opportunities?
A conversation moderated by Ismail Serageldin (Director, Bibliotheca
Hafsat Abiola-Costello (Founder, Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND), Nigeria)
Reeta Roy (President and CEO, MasterCard Foundation, Canada)
Karen Tse (CEO, International Bridges to Justice, Switzerland)
The risks: Global pressures, local conflicts
A conversation moderated by Paul van Zyl (CEO, Jobs for Peace, South Africa) with:
Gunilla Carlsson (Minister for International Development Cooperation, Sweden)
Nathalie Cely (Coordinating Minister of Production, Competitiveness and Commercialisation, Ecuador)
Faiza Jama Abdi Nur (Country Leader, YES, Somalia)
Hafsat Abiola Costello (Founder, Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND), Nigeria)
Gabriel Ehrling (Vice President, National Council of Swedish Youth Organisations (LSU), Sweden)
Frank T. Mukama (Regional co-ordinator, YES, Rwanda)
Bhuwan KC (YES Nepal)
Michael Simmons (CEO and Co-Founder, Extreme Entrepreneurship Education, USA)
Gunilla Carlsson (Minister for International Development Cooperation,
14.00 Theme Introductions (five parallel sessions)
Water preservation and treatment
People (human capital)
16.30-18.30 Parallel Reworkshop Sessions (I)
A total of 100 projects are presented and discussed in action-oriented
Reworkshops. These sessions are designed to give space for presentations
and open up for constructive discussion. Project-owners/entrepreneurs
will get dedicated time – to inspire others, to raise challenges, and to take
advice and support from other participants. Among the 25 reworkshops are
Rework energy: Exploring steps to scale-up solar energy solutions, implementation of efficient stoves and training programs to support sustainable
Rework water: Focusing on increasing access large-scale to safe drinking
water, sanitation solutions and efficient irrigation methods.
Rework land: Taking forward sustainable agriculture methods, deforestation
initiatives and sustainable tourism models.
Rework cities: Developing urban green jobs, sustainable urban infrastructure
and housing solutions for the poor.
Rework people: searching ways to expand innovative skills training, use
of culture and media to promote entrepreneurship and new approaches to
engaged marginalized youth
20.30 Stories of inspiration
After a full day of inputs and reworking, five late-evening parallel gatherings
will present stories of hope and inspiration, in words and music.
21.30–00.00 Rework Bar