A report released by the World Government Summit (WGS) Organisation focuses on introducing mainstream mental health services by the government by the year 2025 in a bid to combat the negative impacts of COVID-19 on wellbeing.
A report published by the World Government Summit Organisation (WGS), in partnership with the consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has warned that the acceleration, complexity, and scale of climate change events will have a devastating impact on global development, stability, and prosperity.
The world is tackling a gamut of global challenges today and the role of governments has become more critical than ever. This Summit will bring together thought leaders from across the globe to shape the next generation of governments.
World Government Summit Dialogues brings together thought leaders, experts, and decision makers to have a conversation about the collective challenges faced by humanity, and discuss key trends that will come about in 2021.
Since its outbreak two years ago, the pandemic has disrupted government systems across the world. The WGS launched an open forum aiming to break down impact on government processes and outline solutions to mitigate these disruptions.
This accolade recognizes and felicitates government Ministers for their exceptional contribution towards creating a better society.
The World Government Summit strives to build a community of change agents. Such as partners who inspire and empower leaders of tomorrow through impactful events.
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Innovative silicon chips and system design will drive the next wave of economic development. However, this innovation is now controlled by the US and a few Asian countries.
Africa’s quest for lasting and sustainable prosperity was dealt a massive blow by the Covid crisis of 2020. The African Development Bank estimates that the continent’s economy contracted by 2.1 percent last year, a sharp contrast from 3 percent growt
As the world witnesses unprecedented change, governments have come to play a pivotal role in preparing for the future. ‘Government in 2071’ is an initiative launched by the World Government Summit to empower governments of tomorrow.
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