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Regional Agenda
World Economic Forum
on Latin America
Meeting Overview
Lima, Peru 23-25 April 2013
Delivering Growth,
Strengthening Societies
In these times of increased global complexity and economic
uncertainty, Latin America has maintained steady levels of
economic growth and financial resilience while attracting
greater foreign investment and impressive tourism activity and
progressing significantly towards poverty alleviation. Peru, a
country of more than 30 million inhabitants and with a vast
territory of 1.3 million km2, is one of the fastest growing
economies in the world and offers an array of diverse
opportunities. As emerging economies gain relevance in
shaping global affairs, the region is fertile ground for innovative
business and social development models involving public and
private actors, due largely to its wealth of natural resources,
cultural heritage and human capital, with more than 150 million
young Latin Americans between 15 and 29 years of age.
In 2013, Latin America will need to continue to grow for the
benefit of society at large while ensuring the modernization of
its economies and the strengthening of its democratic
institutions. With the full support of President Ollanta Moises
Humala Tasso, the Government of Peru and the Forum’s
Strategic and Regional Partners, the World Economic Forum
gathering in Lima will provide an ideal platform to discuss the
critical factors behind the region’s resilience and dynamic
development models. Under the theme “Delivering Growth,
Strengthening Societies”, regional and global leaders will
discuss the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead to
achieve the region’s full potential.
Securing economic growth
requires an investment in all
people in our region, and
will only come through
shared accountability and
effective collaboration
between government, civil
society and the private
sector.
Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor
Chairman, Intercorp, Peru
Co-Chairs
Programme Objectives
Baroness Valerie
Amos
UndersecretaryGeneral for
Humanitarian Affairs
and Emergency
Relief Coordinator
United Nations
New York
The meeting agenda will integrate the following key issues:
Michel M. Liès
Group Chief
Executive Officer
Swiss Re
Switzerland
Gérard Mestrallet
Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer
GDF SUEZ
France
Carlos RodríguezPastor
Chairman
Intercorp
Peru
Arne Sorenson
President and Chief
Executive Officer
Marriott International
USA
Modernizing Economies for Dynamic Growth
With a forecast of 4% GDP growth in 2013, Latin America has an
unprecedented opportunity to consolidate the modernization of its
economies while ensuring that economic prosperity brings
resilient, dynamic and quality long-term growth. Furthermore, the
region needs to implement structural reforms so that its
institutional framework can leverage the benefits of its current
global position.
What new models of public-private cooperation will prove effective
in delivering enhanced productivity and sustainable economic
growth? How will the financing landscape change in the coming
years? What models of regional integration and interregional
cooperation will contribute to better leveraging existing resources?
How should Latin America shape its innovation and
internationalization agendas to transit from commodity exportsustained economies to more sophisticated ones? How can the
region enhance its economic resilience while gaining additional
relevance in the global context?
Strengthening Society through Innovation
Sustainable and resilient economic growth and long-term
development will depend on the level of equality and social
inclusion that they are able to deliver. Sharing success stories,
lessons learned and best practices in the field of social innovation
and social entrepreneurship are timely, as the region faces an
unprecedented opportunity to scale social innovation for greater
impact through the implementation of suitable policy frameworks.
Sluggish education systems and innovation ecosystems need to
be revamped to ensure that the region continues to build on its
achievements.
What policies will result in poverty alleviation and a reduction of
social inequality? How can the private sector be a key partner in
the region’s social landscape transformation? How can science
and technology deliver social benefit? How can the region adjust
and design future social policies to ensure a sustainable
demographic shift? How is the young generation shaping the
future of Latin America? How can a multistakeholder approach
contribute to addressing priority challenges in areas related to
public security?
Building Resilience for Sustainable Development
Quality growth and the establishment of inclusive societies will
necessitate sensible management of natural resources as well as
sustainable development of traditional sectors. At the same time,
cities are emerging as the new poles of economic development,
which pose both challenges and opportunities for the long-term
resilience of their inhabitants. The needs of an emerging middle
class will require creative solutions to ensure the efficient use of
available resources. While Latin America currently enjoys a positive
demographic bonus, the decrease in population growth rates is
alarming.
How can the region better prepare for unforeseen demographic
shifts? How can it be ensured that a growing middle class enjoys a
better quality of life without endangering it for future generations?
How will Latin American cities manage urbanization? How should
the different stakeholders work on the sustainable management of
the region’s wealth of natural resources and biodiversity?
Meeting Information
FAQs
We have further improved the interactive, outcome-oriented format of
Forum discussions. Speeches are discouraged and all participants are
invited to contribute actively to constructive, lively debate.
Where will the meeting take place?
The meeting will take place at the Westin Lima Hotel and
Convention Center in Lima, Peru.
Arena Sessions offer interactive debate with top government,
business and civil society leaders. Prepared remarks by the panel are
kept to a minimum in favour of intensive discussions under the
guidance of a moderator.
Interactive Lunch Sessions generate meaningful debate on an issue
of global importance in a semi-formal, interactive and off-the-record
setting. There are no speeches; short introductory remarks set the
context and integrate various points of view, followed by discussions in
which all participants are invited to take part.
Interactive Sessions provide in-depth understanding of new,
emerging or complex issues in various domains. The aim is to expand
the dialogue on the panel to include all participants. There are no
prepared remarks and most of these sessions are conducted in a
question-and-answer (Q&A) format.
Where will I stay?
As all official hotels for the World Economic Forum on Latin
America are now fully booked, participants are asked to make their
own hotel arrangements. Upon registration, you will receive a list of
recommended hotels.
What does the registration fee include?
The registration fee (US$ 3,500 for Forum Members, US$ 4,500 for
non-Members) includes access to all sessions, including plenaries,
interactive sessions, workshops, lunches and dinners.
What is the working language of the meeting?
All sessions will be held in English. Simultaneous interpretation into
Spanish will be provided in most sessions.
An Insight, An Idea Sessions introduce an inspiring individual from
business, government, academia or civil society to share his/her
insights and prediction of an idea on an important transformation in the
region in the coming years.
By when should I register?
The registration deadline for inclusion in the printed Participants
booklet is Wednesday 3 April 2013.
Plenary Sessions provide strategic insights and raise awareness of
important trends and themes. These sessions provide the conceptual
framework for further discussions. Therefore, there are no prepared
remarks, with most of the session conducted as a lively discussion
among the panellists in a Q&A format. The sessions are open to the
reporting press and are webcast live. The Closing Plenary highlights
the outcomes of the meeting and maps out the future engagement of
the main stakeholders.
Do I need a visa?
Please check with the Peruvian embassy or consulate nearest you
for visa requirements. You may also consult the following website,
which lists the countries that require a visa to enter Peru:
www.rree.gob.pe/servicioalciudadano/Documents/
VisasXExtranEnero2012.pdf
Televised Sessions are co-designed with global media, feature
headline topics and raise awareness of important trends by
broadcasting the discussion to a global audience.
WorkStudio sessions promote greater interaction between discussion
leaders and participants on a compelling challenge or complex issue.
They are facilitated group discussions that focus on input from
discussion leaders, capture direct feedback from participants and
build consensus on priorities and solutions.
This logo denotes GGC track sessions in the programme.
Global Growth Company (GGC) tracks comprise a selection
of sessions of particular relevance to companies
experiencing strong growth and engaging in international
expansion. GGC track sessions are an integral part of all
Forum regional meeting programmes. Where appropriate, the output
of each will be incorporated into subsequent GGC track sessions in
the build-up to the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013, which
will take place in Dalian, People’s Republic of China, from 11 to 13
September.
For sessions that are not open to the reporting press, please note that
the Chatham House Rule applies:
At a meeting or session held under the Chatham House Rule,
participants may use the information received, but neither the identity
nor the affiliation of the speaker(s) may be revealed. The aim is to
provide anonymity to speakers and encourage openness and sharing
of information. The rule is now used worldwide as an aid to free
discussion.
The Chatham House Rule also applies to blogging and tweeting
of sessions. To encourage free-flowing debate, bloggers and
twitterati are not to reveal the identity or affiliation of those speaking in
sessions without their permission.
Where do I find additional information about the programme?
Basic information on the World Economic Forum on Latin America
programme can be found on the Forum website at http://www.
weforum.org/LatinAmerica2013. Upon registration, you will receive
your personal access to the meeting’s private area on the website.
Who do I contact for more information?
Hannah Snaith
Business Engagement Associate
Tel.: +41 (0)22 869 3692
Fax: +41 (0)22 594 8034
E-mail: LatinAmerica@weforum.org
Programme at a Glance
Tuesday 23 April
08.00 - 19.00
Pillar-related
Sessions
Thursday 25 April
08.30 - 09.30 Community Breakfast
09.00 - 18.00 Private Industry and Constituent Meetings
09.30 - 10.00 One-on-One Session
–– one-one-one/polak
19.00 - 21.00 Welcome Reception
Hosted by the Government of Peru
09.30 - 10.30 Televised Session
–– drugs
09.45 - 10.45
Interactive Session
–– natural resources
Wednesday 24 April
10.30 - 11.00 One-on-One Session
–– one-on-one/acurio
07.30 - 19.30
Registration
11.00 - 12.00
09.00 - 10.15
Interactive Sessions
–– latin american
business
–– towards equality
Plenary Session
–– middle class
11.30 - 12.00 One-on-One Session
–– one-one-one/
bernbaum
Early Registration
09.00 - 10.30
WorkStudio
–– innovation
10.15 - 10.45
One-on-One Session
–– one-on-one/naranjo
11.00 - 12.00 Opening Plenary
–– growth/inclusion
12.00 - 12.15 Plenary Session
–– social entrepreneurs
award
12.30 - 14.00 Interactive Lunch Sessions
–– demographics
–– infrastructure
–– sustainable solutions
14.15 - 15.15 Arena Session
–– new transitions
14.15 - 15.15 Televised Session
–– region/global context
14.15 - 15.45 WorkStudio
–– rural/agriculture
15.45 - 16.45 Interactive Sessions
–– competitiveness
education/
employment
–– institutions
15.45 - 16.45
Arena Session
–– amazon wealth
17.15 - 18.15
Televised Session
–– social innovation
20.00 - 22.30 Cultural Soirée
Hosted by the Government of Peru
12.15 - 13.30
Interactive Lunch Sessions
–– cities
–– family business
–– gender parity
13.45 - 14.45 Arena Session
–– financing mechanisms
13.45 - 14.45 Interactive Session
–– regional integration
13.45 - 15.00
WorkStudio
–– risks/natural disasters
15.00 - 16.00
Plenary Session
–– closing plenary
16.00 - 17.00 Farewell Reception
Modernizing Economies for
Dynamic Growth
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competitiveness
family business
financing mechanisms
growth/inclusion
infrastructure
innovation
institutions
latin american business
one-one-one/bernbaum
regional integration
region/global context
social entrepreneurs award
Strengthening Society
through Innovation
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closing plenary
demographics
drugs
education/employment
gender parity
one-one-one/acurio
one-one-one/naranjo
one-on-one/polak
social innovation
towards equality
youth/social media
Building Resilience for
Sustainable Development
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amazon wealth
cities
infrastructure
middle class
natural resources
risks/natural disasters
rural/agriculture
sustainable solutions
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