16 January 2024
The panel will explore the transformative power of digitalization in solving nationwide challenges for the economy and civil life, enhancing governance structures, and propelling Ukraine on a path towards prosperity.Ukraine's demining challenge is believed to be greater than all previous conflicts combined. The country's response to this monumental humanitarian issue will have significant consequences both nationally - in terms of economic recovery and national security - and globally, impacting international food security.
For Ukraine to be mine-free in years rather than decades, innovation in land release, risk management, and prioritisation will be necessary conditions.
Our panel will examine the pivotal role of public-private partnerships in implementing and sustaining technological advancements. How can collaboration between government entities, technology firms, and civil society organizations contribute to the development of a robust digital infrastructure that will help Ukraine to rebuild?
YULIIA SVYRYDENKO, First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine – Minister of Economy of UkraineLOUIS MOSLEY, Executive Vice President UK & Europe, Palantir ROSTYSLAV SHURMA, Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine (TBC) DR KHALID KOSER, Founding Executive Director of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF) NINA LEVCHUK, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Impact Force MODERATOR: Ekaterina Jalliffier-Merlon, Deputy Director Institute for Economics & Peace