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Davos Open Forum 2003 - Innovations for Social Change

http://www.weforum.org/23.01.2003Open Forum: What Innovations Lead to Social and Economic Changes?The promotion of sustainable economic development around the world must integrate the poor as active producers and consumers. To this end, social entrepreneurs are creating possibilities in unique ways.The agenda points are:1) What are the practices that make a difference?2) What is the local and regional impact of increased access to markets by poor producers? A session co-organized with the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA)Fazle H. Abed, Founder and Chairperson, BRAC, Bangladesh; Social EntrepreneurRick Aubry, President, Rubicon Programs, USA; Social EntrepreneurJavier Hurtado Mercado, President, Irupana Andean Organic Food, Bolivia; Social EntrepreneurAdolf OgiGisele Yitamben, Founder and President, Association pour le Soutien et l'Appui ? la Femme Entrepreneur (ASAFE), Cameroon; Social EntrepreneurModerated byMedard Meier
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