Frontiers of Social Innovation: People, Power, Resources: Enacting an Equitable Future – May 11-13
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on February 23, 2021
Stanford Social Innovation Review is pleased to announce our latest virtual convening of Frontiers of Social Innovation: “People, Power, Resources: Enacting an Equitable Future,” scheduled to take place May 11-13, 2021.
Postponed from last May, we are thrilled to be able to once again bring together globally-minded leaders from nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, academia and research, business, and government to discuss, debate, and develop approaches to creating a more equitable world.
The imbalanced impact of COVID-19 has brought into sharper focus social injustices on all scales—including systemic racism, economic inequality, workers’ rights issues, and health disparities, as well as assaults on democratic principles and institutions—and spotlighted an even greater need for social innovation leaders to come together to address them, in order to build and enact an equitable future.
Frontiers of Social Innovation aims to inspire both individual and collective responses to our global challenges, through new frameworks and actionable insights, in the service of co-creating a more just and ethical society.
We also invite you to share any suggestions for potential speakers here. The deadline to submit a speaker application is March 12, 2021.
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