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Frontiers of Social Innovation 2021: People, Power & Resources

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Frontiers of Social Innovation 2021: People, Power & Resources

** In response to the spread of COVID-19, and the potential effect of the health and safety of fellow attendees, speakers, and staff the upcoming Frontiers of Social Innovation conference has been Postpone until the Spring of 2021—NEW DATES will be announced in the next few weeks. **

Join Stanford Social Innovation Review and leading academic, social, business, and political leaders as we examine the forces driving significant global systemic change at Frontiers of Social Innovation 2021. 

During the first two decades of the 21st century, society has experienced major technological, political, and economic changes, resulting in a significant redistribution of peoplepower, and resources across the globe.  

Climate change, conflict, and economic trends are causing hundreds of millions of people to migrate within and across nations. Nations are rapidly urbanizing, redistributing populations and leaving most rural areas further behind. And dramatic demographic changes within countries are contributing to social upheaval.  

Power—political, personal, and social—is also being redistributed. The Internet has caused significant changes in whose voices are heard and what organizations wield power. Social movements such as Black Lives Matter, Yellow Vests, Me Too, and the Umbrella Movement are shaking the foundations of power.  

A handful of nations, companies, and individuals are controlling a growing share of the world’s wealth, capital, and environmental assets. This redistribution of resources is leading to a growing chasm between the rich and the poor, and calls for significant changes in the way resources are allocated and controlled.  

As dramatic as these changes have been, it is all but certain that the redistribution wave will continue, or possibly even accelerate, in the coming decades. 

If that is the case, how do we as social innovation leaders respond? What can we learn from our experiences to create a more just, sustainable, and equal world, and how can we better prepare for the changes to come. 

We encourage you and your team to join us, and in the spirit of peer-to-peer learning that is a hallmark of SSIR, explore critical issues surrounding this topic.

To view our current schedule please visit:   

The Livestream ticketing option ensures you won't miss out on the chance to learn from leading voices at this two-day conference produced by Stanford Social Innovation Review

Livestream attendee benefits:
  • Real-time video streaming of main stage presentations*.
  • Download the Frontiers of Social Innovation 2020 conference app, to network with fellow attendees. 
  • Registered livestream attendees will receive an email with instructions.
  • Submit questions via social media and see them answered at the conference.
  • View sessions at your convenience; live, or on demand after the conference ends.
  • Access to post-conference resources like presentation slides, related content, and more!

Livestream is a great option for those who are unable to attend in-person. And at only $299 per seat**, it’s a significant savings versus the in-person registration fee.

We hope you’ll join us.  

* Not all main stage sessions may be included in the Livestream. If there are any breakout sessions, these will not included in Livestream. To view current schedule please visit:  

** Livestream registration fee is per individual user

*** On demand video recordings will be available to Livestream registrants approximately 48 hours after the conclusion of the conference. If a conference day ends on a Friday, on demand viewing may not be available until the beginning of following week. Livestream registrants will be emailed an on demand access link when recording are available after the conclusion of the conference. On demand access includes unlimited viewing for 6 months.
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