Globalization 4.0
Your perspective

Today’s global risks need global solutions. We’ve identified 6 key questions we must address to make Globalization 4.0 work for all.

The answers to challenges we face don’t just lie with governments and businesses. They should come from you.

The submissions process will close on Friday 25th January at 00:01 GMT+1.

Record a short video answering one of the 6 questions. The best video answers will be featured here.

Video 01/07
What is your perspective?
How do we save the planet without killing economic growth?
Emerging economies can’t follow the rulebook of the past by forging a path to industrialization using fossil-fuel technologies. To save the planet, and make sure growth continues to lift billions out of poverty, how do we move forward in a clean, green way?
How do we save the planet without killing economic growth?
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Emerging economies can’t follow the rulebook of the past by forging a path to industrialization using fossil-fuel technologies. To save the planet, and make sure growth continues to lift billions out of poverty, how do we move forward in a clean, green way?
Video 01/10
What is your perspective?
Can you be a patriot and a global citizen?
Immigration provides a net economic benefit to advanced economies, especially those with ageing populations. Growth will suffer and old populist forces will grow stronger as long as anti-immigrant sentiment dictates the political narrative.
Can you be a patriot and a global citizen?
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Immigration provides a net economic benefit to advanced economies, especially those with ageing populations. Growth will suffer and old populist forces will grow stronger as long as anti-immigrant sentiment dictates the political narrative.
Video 01/03
What is your perspective?
What should work look like in the future?
Most of the jobs that will be available in 2030 don’t exist yet, while jobs that were once reserved only for humans are now being done by machines. What impact will this have on people, businesses, and governments, and how do we reskill societies to manage these dramatic shifts?
What should work look like in the future?
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Most of the jobs that will be available in 2030 don’t exist yet, while jobs that were once reserved only for humans are now being done by machines. What impact will this have on people, businesses, and governments, and how do we reskill societies to manage these dramatic shifts?
Video 01/03
What is your perspective?
How do we make sure technology makes life better not worse?
Are we mastering technology, or is it mastering us? As the lines between privacy, identity and security become increasingly blurred online, how do we ensure we maximise the benefits of future technology without suffering its consequences?
How do we make sure technology makes life better not worse?
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Are we mastering technology, or is it mastering us? As the lines between privacy, identity and security become increasingly blurred online, how do we ensure we maximise the benefits of future technology without suffering its consequences?
Video 01/02
What is your perspective?
How do we create a fairer economy?
Rising middle classes in India and China have felt globalization’s benefits, but there are still hundreds of millions of people living in conflict-ridden states who have been left behind. How do we create a global economy that works for the 99% and not just the fortunate few?
How do we create a fairer economy?
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Rising middle classes in India and China have felt globalization’s benefits, but there are still hundreds of millions of people living in conflict-ridden states who have been left behind. How do we create a global economy that works for the 99% and not just the fortunate few?
Video 01/02
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How do we get countries working together better?
Global GDP has doubled since 1990, but globalization’s future is no longer about only physical trade. It is about knowledge, information, and technology. How can we encourage nations to cooperate more efficiently to enable more inclusive, sustainable societies?
How do we get countries working together better?
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Global GDP has doubled since 1990, but globalization’s future is no longer about only physical trade. It is about knowledge, information, and technology. How can we encourage nations to cooperate more efficiently to enable more inclusive, sustainable societies?

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We want to hear your answers to our 6 key questions.

The answers to challenges we face don’t just lie with governments and businesses. They should come from you.

Submit your video today and share your perspective.

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