Skoll World Forum ‘Debate & Series’ Examines Post-2015 Agenda Issues

“To kick-off this year’s Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York, [the Skoll World Forum] asked some of the world’s leading experts on deforestation, public health, religion, development and the post-2015 [development agenda] to help set the stage for this week’s discussions on mobilizing for impact,” according to the “Debate & Series” summary page. The series includes six articles, including an interview with Ricardo Salinas, founder and president of Grupo Salinas, and opinion pieces by Jonathan Klein, co-founder and CEO of Getty Images, who discusses Nelson Mandela’s work on HIV/AIDS; World Food Programme Executive Director Ertharin Cousin, who talks about the importance of school meals; Richard Morgan, senior adviser for UNICEF on the post-2015 development agenda, who writes about education and sustainable development; Tony Blair Faith Foundation Chief Executive Charlotte Keenan, who discusses religion and conflict; and Mark Plotkin, president of the Amazon Conservation Team, who writes about preserving the rainforest and its cultures (9/23).

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