The 3rd International Social Innovation Forum is just over a month away and we have already revealed most of the information about the speakers who will be talking at the event. We feel we have put together a programme that covers a diverse range of themes, the latest additions being Yolanda Domínguez and Hélène Giacobino.
We are pleased to confirm the participation of these two great women. For her part, Yolanda Domínguez, a visual artist and expert in gender communciation, will be telling us how art can be used to inspire people and contribute to social change.
Meanwhile, Hélène Giacobino, executive director of J-PAL Europa (Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab), will be visiting the Forum in March to tell us about the social experiments carried out within this organisation in the fight against poverty.
These two speakers will be joining an impressive roster, now complete, which includes the architect Carlo Ratti, economist María Elisa Bernal, director of Latitude María Almazán, the Road4World project led by Martín Garrido and his family, social communicator Adnane Addioui, psychologist Paco Prieto, and Laura Gozalvo and Javier Gascónfrom Batec Mobility.
Representatives from many areas of activity will be bringing us their success stories from three continents: Africa, Latin America and Europe. Such is the level of talent that for us it is unthinkable that you wouldn’t sign up for this third forum.
Besides all this, we will be announcing further surprises soon, including the speakers for the SpeedNetworking session, this year’s Gigalab…
Don’t miss out! Social innovation is not a passing trend, it is a necessary tool for taking on any social challenge. See you there!