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2018 Aurora Dialogues Berlin “Humanity in a Fragile World: Partnering for Change” will take place in the capital of Germany on December 11 – 12, 2018. Distinguished humanitarians, academics, philanthropists, business leaders and members of civil society will focus on multilateral, multi-stakeholder approaches in facilitating timely responses and finding sustainable solutions to the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.
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2018 Aurora Dialogues Berlin “Humanity in a Fragile World: Partnering for Change” will take place in the capital of Germany on December 11 – 12, 2018. Distinguished humanitarians, academics, philanthropists, business leaders and members of civil society will focus on multilateral, multi-stakeholder approaches in facilitating timely responses and finding sustainable solutions to the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.
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The list of speakers includes:

  • Kyaw Hla Aung, Human Rights Activist for the Rohingya in Myanmar; 2018 Aurora Prize Laureate
  • Marguerite Barankitse, Founder, Maison Shalom; 2016 Aurora Prize Laureate
  • Christof Bosch, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • Goran Buldioski, Co-Director, Open Society Initiative for Europe; Director, OSF's Hub-Office in Berlin
  • Katrine Camilleri, Director, Jesuit Refugee Service in Malta; Roland Berger Human Dignity Awardee 2014/2015
  • Geert Cappelaere, Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, UNICEF
  • Tom Catena, Physician, Mother of Mercy Hospital in the Nuba Mountains, 2017 Aurora Prize Laureate
  • Franz Fischler, President of the European Forum Alpbach; Former Member of the European Commission
  • Nik Gowing, International Broadcaster; Visiting Professor, Kings College London
  • Vartan Gregorian, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York; Co-Founder, Aurora Humanitarian Initiative
  • Ingrid Hamm, Co-Founder and CEO, Global Perspectives Initiative
  • Wolfgang Huber, Former Chair of the Council, Evangelische Kirche Deutschland (EKD)
  • Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman, Munich Security Conference
  • Saran Kaba Jones, CEO and Founder, FACE Africa; Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow
  • Michael Keating, Executive Director, European Institute of Peace
  • Sunitha Krishnan, Co-Founder, Prajwala; 2018 Aurora Humanitarian
  • Christina Lamb, Author and Foreign Correspondent
  • Anja Langenbucher, Director Europe Office, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Olivia Leland, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Co-Impact
  • Christopher Lockyear, Secretary General, Médicins Sans Frontières (MSF) International
  • Ursula Müller, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs; Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, UNOCHA
  • Dorothee Nolte, Editor, Der Tagesspiegel
  • Cem Özdemir, Former Co-Chair of the German Green Party; Member of German Parliament
  • Regina Pötke, Member of the Executive Board, Roland Berger Stiftung
  • Andreas M. Rickert, CEO and Founder, PHINEO
  • Megan Roberts, Deputy Director of Policy Planning, United Nations Foundation
  • Joachim Rogall, President and CEO, Robert Bosch Stiftung
  • Jeffrey Sachs, Director, UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network
  • Christos Stylianides, European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management
  • Düzen Tekkal, Author and Filmmaker; Founder and Chairwoman, Háwar
  • Tania von Uslar-Gleichen, Director for Human Rights, International Development and Social Affairs; Foreign Office Coordinator Sustainable Development, Federal Foreign Office
  • Ruben Vardanyan, Impact Investor and Social Entrepreneur; Co-Founder, Aurora Humanitarian Initiative
  • Michael Werz, Senior Fellow, Centre for American Progress

 

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Distinguished humanitarians, academics, philanthropists, business leaders and members of civil society will convene in Berlin.
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