Attend the Victoria Forum at the University of Victoria
Access to all plenary sessions, opening and closing ceremonies and cultural activities. Plenary topics include social exclusion in the COVID era; pathways to bridging economic and environmental divides in an age of misinformation; and advancing truth, respect and reconciliation for Indigenous Peoples.
Those who attend in person will have the opportunity to join the parallel roundtable sessions where attendees can actively participate in facilitated constructive dialogue and collaboration with other global and national policymakers, business leaders, academics and civil society representatives. Speakers and participants will discuss everything from regenerating natural capital and enhancing biodiversity to citizens disempowered by constraints on civil society. Those discussions will then contribute to the final report, which will include constructive recommendations and be widely distributed to leaders at different levels of government, business, and civil society.
Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended to ensure your participation.
See the full schedule here.
Attend the Victoria Forum from anywhere in the world.
Attend all 7 plenary sessions, including social exclusion in the COVID era; pathways to bridging economic and environmental divides in an age of misinformation; the role of sport in bridging divides and advancing truth, respect and reconciliation for Indigenous Peoples. Attendees will also have the opportunity to tune into the announcement of the winners of the Global Business Network essay competition. See the full schedule here.
All session times are posted in Pacific Daylight Time (GMT -8:00)
The University of Victoria continues to manage the evolving impacts of COVID-19 on our community. The university continues to encourage the use of masks indoors; however, mask use is not mandatory. Hand sanitizer stations are located at all main entrances to buildings and in various locations within the buildings. If you’re feeling sick, we ask that you please not attend and follow public health guidelines. For more information, please visit uvic.ca/covid19