As many nations begin to emerge from their respective COVID-19 lockdowns, The Aspen Institute in the UK – a non-profit organization supporting and inspiring leaders who aim to transform themselves and their society – in partnership with Porter Novelli, will convene prominent figures from business, government and culture to address what life will look like post-pandemic in a series of virtual conversations.
This “Future Of” series will cover a range of topics, including the future of ethical business, work, learning and education, law, feminism, volunteering, broadcasting, global diplomacy and our international institutions. Tune into The Future of Ethical Business series kick-off this Wednesday, April 22nd at 5:00 p.m. BT, featuring David Bentley, Porter Novelli CEO, Paul Lindley, Founder of Ella’s Kitchen/Chair of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization and many others.
Series participants will include:
- Paul Lindley: Founder of Ella’s Kitchen, Chair of Robert F Kennedy Human Rights UK
- Gemma Milne: Author of Smoke & Mirrors: How Hype Obscures the Future and How to See Past It
- Zoe Cohen: Extinction Rebellion Activist, Executive Coach & Sustainability Leader
- Margaret MacMillan, Historian, Author & Oxford University Academic
- Tristram Hunt: Director of the Victoria & Albert Museum
- Diane Lees: Director General of the Imperial War Museum
- Sir Malcolm Rifkind QC: Former Foreign Secretary
- Lord Malloch-Brown: former UK Government Minister and United Nations Deputy Secretary-General