Life expectancy in Switzerland is one of the highest in the world – and 54% of the Swiss population is older than 40 years. As a consequence of this demographic shift, the younger generation risks living in a world decided by the older generation. How can we bridge the expectations of different generations to create a shared vision for the future?
Dimensions to be addressed:
- New models of intergenerational exchange
- Encouraging the participation of youth in democratic processes
- Leveraging technologies and digital platforms across generations
A limited number of tickets for this session are available at the Information Desk by the Promenade Entrance on Middle Level (0) on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets available at the door are strictly for Davos residents.
Simultaneous interpretation in English and German
This session will be livestreamed on TopLink and the Forum website.
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