I4A 2015 Winners Event Reminder

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Join us to celebrate the I4A ’15 Winners and learn about their development finance ideas! TUESDAY, May 12 3PM-4PM J 1 – 050 A Reception will follow The event will be live streamed on Youtube Speakers include: Mahmoud Mohieldin, Corporate Secretary and president’s Special Envoy Prof. Djordjija Petkoski, Lecturer and Senior Fellow at Wharton Business School Nena Stoiljkovic, Vice President, Global Practices Ideas for Action Top Teams

Wrap-Up Ceremony

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The World Bank Group and Wharton School invite you to celebrate the top six teams and discuss the future that these ideas have in financing the Post-2015 development agenda. Meet the winners, listen to their proposals, engage with their ideas. The event will be live-streamed. We hope to see you there! Tuesday, May 12, 2015 3 PM – 4 PM EST The World Bank Headquarters J1-050 1818 H Street, NW, Washington, DC 20433

Luis Montoya (President, PepsiCo): Responsible Leadership in the Post 2015 World

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The Post-2015 Development Agenda- what’s it all about? who’s responsible for it? why does it matter to us? These are the questions Luis Montoya will answer for us on Monday, April 20. The I4A team proudly welcomes the President of PepsiCo Latin America Beverages to Penn for an engaging conversation about #Post2015, development goals, Latin America, and youth engagement. Come hungry, leave with food for thought (and eat during – dinner will be served!). Monday, …

Recap from the Case Competition Event

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On March 30, we were happy to see about 30 young students sit excitedly to hear from Dr. Djordjija Petkoski and begin working on their case studies. Dr. Petkoski shared a little on how he got involved at the World Bank and how many countries he’s been fortunate to work with. His passion for world progress showed as he enigmatically spoke out about why young people should care about the development goals. “The world will not …

New Event!

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We are holding an international Development Case Competition, kicking off on March 30. If you’re in the Philadelphia region, come to join the competition and hear Dr. Djordjija Petkoski share his insights on his time at the World Bank and the post-2015 development agenda. Winners get a free trip to the World Bank HQ in DC! IFA Case Competition Flyer IFA Case Competition Prompt

A Wharton + World Bank Event this coming Monday, Dec. 1

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Mahmoud Mohieldin (World Bank) and David Shipman (Firmenich) will be joining us at the Wharton School for a presentation of Financing the Post 2015 Development Agenda and the Ideas for Action Initiative, and Sustainability with Passion, Talent and Integrity, respectively. We hope that registrants will be able to participate in this event. The event will be live-streamed for the first 300 viewers. During the event, you have the chance to ask a question directly to the presenters …

The Youth Dialogues: Short Recap

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Yesterday, thousands of visitors joined in the Youth Dialogues to discuss finding innovative financing solutions for the Post-2015 agenda. According to the WB live report, 714 unique visitors watched the event online and there were 1,117 unique visitors to the page. According to the WB Live team these are good numbers. Online visitors represented a wide range of countries – top 10 being USA, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Egypt, UK, Peru, India, Canada, Nigeria. Click here …

Youth Dialogues: Post-2015 Agenda

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The Youth Dialogues: Post-2015 Agenda On Thursday, November 6, at 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET, you can watch the live stream of the Youth Dialogues, an event held by the World Bank and the WGB Youth2Youth Community. The event is a conversation that will engage young development professionals on the post-2015 agenda and its importance for the youth today.  Through an engaging presentation and discussion the event will highlight their active role and encourage open dialogue and …