Four side events open to the public will take place parallel to the Forum. Forum participants are invited to register for these events if interested.
This unique exhibition on the history of public-private partnerships traces back the rich history of investments made by private entrepreneurs to build and run most of the infrastructures and public utility goods we know and use.
This exhibition was created by Mr. Xavier Bezançon, based on his book "2000 years of public-private partnership history".
During this public conference, Michel Jarraud, Secretary General of the World Meteorological Organsation, will provide keys to help us better understand climate change and interpret the vast amount of information available on this subject. To avoid passivity in the face of climate change, we first need to understand it, before taking action to reduce it.
The conference flyer is available here.
This event is organised by Annemasse Agglo, in partnership with Greater Geneva, the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIG) and the ADEL. This business forum is open to both Swiss and French local authorities and businesses. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any question.
On the 26th of May 2015, the conference « Public-private Partnerships — what role for civil society ? » opened a debate on the role of civil society and international solidarity actors in the implementation of responsible public-private partnerships.
Following from this event, and in the framework of the International Forum on Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development, the Cité de la Solidarité Internationale is organising a debate-workshop between actors of the civil society and Forum participants to think together about building responsible PPPs for sustainable development.