http://www.weforum.org/01.27.2012 As the Occupy protests that have spread around the world demonstrate, there is growing frustration with capitalism's failure to benefit the many, rather than just a few. Some argue that capitalism as it stands is an unsustainable system that puts huge strain on the environment and prompts crises that profoundly damage our societies. - Can capitalism be fixed?- How can the hopes and expectations of the 99% be fulfilled? - Where are our priorities when governments bail out banks but leave citizens to struggle?The session includes:Jaafar Hassan, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanEd Miliband, Leader of the Opposition, United KingdomNavi Pillay , UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, GenevaTomas Sedlacek, Lecturer, Charles University, Czech Republic?Stephen S. Roach, Senior Fellow, Yale University and non-Executive Chairman, Morgan Stanley AsiaJuan Somavia, Director-General, International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva?Moderator:Lawrence Elliott, Economics Editor, The Guardian, United Kingdom
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