Date(s) - 25/02/2017
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Michael Moller, Director General of the UN Office at Geneva, will be a speaker at Warwick Congress 2017.
He will talk about the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals. The time of his talk is not yet known but will be in the evening oft 25 Feb. Places are limited so only those who buy a ticket for the Warwick Congress will be able to attend. See details below.
Warwick Congress aims to establish one of the largest academic and entirely student-run conferences in Europe. The three-day event takes three current affair topics and looks to deepen students’ understanding from leading industry professionals in Finance, Economics, Law, and Politics. The current affairs due to be discussed by the 12 keynote speakers across the weekend are:
- Technology: What is the future of work? Digitisation, automation and disruption.
- Environment: How do we create a sustainable future? Energy, Renewables and the Circular Economy.
- Europe: Can liberalism survive the backlash? Globalisation and identity in a shaken world.
They will be analysed by an individual from each of the four disciplines; providing delegates an insight into how these issues shape society.
In addition to the talks, Warwick Congress will host seminars and a careers fair for delegates to engage and network with firms. Warwick Congress 2017 is due to take place from 24th to 26th February, 2017, for 500 delegates, at the University of Warwick. This unique proposal of academic discussions combined with invaluable networking opportunities makes Warwick Congress 2017 an unmissable event.