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Masterclass & Optional Challenge

How can we help the most vulnerable groups in society to be part of the world economy? Attend the master class and compete in an online challenge for a 25% scholarship.

AIMED AT Master Degrees
EVENT TYPE Conferences & Master classes
EVENT FORMAT Global events
DATE 16th July 2020
TIME 18:30 - 19:30 (GMT +02:00)
Masterclass & Optional Challenge

Despite global attempts to eradicate poverty, over 4 billion people still lack access to basic resources and services, such as potable water, basic health services, and primary and secondary education.

Join us and explore how social entrepreneurs can find innovative solutions for the world’s 4 billion most vulnerable people.  

After the presentation, participants will be encouraged to reflect on a specific topic and send their contribution to be eligible for a 25% scholarship towards IE’s Master in International Development or Master in International Relations, 2020 intake.

Waya Quiviger is Executive Director of the Transatlantic Relations Initiative at IE. Prior to joining IE, Ms. Quiviger was Director of Participant Relations at Club de Madrid, as well as Project Director for the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society in Madrid. She also worked for the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland, as Manager of the Global Leaders for Tomorrow (GLTs) WEF community.  

Ms. Quiviger holds a M.Sc. in Politics of the World Economy from the London School of Economics (LSE), a Master in International Management from the Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) and a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University. Her research interests include social innovation, social entrepreneurship and international relations. 

Our speakers

Professor of Global Governance & Development | Executive Director, IE Transatlantic Relations Initiative

Waya Quiviger is currently a Professor of Practice in Global Governance & Development and the Executive Director of the Transatlantic Relations Initiative at IE School of Global and Public Affairs.

She is also the lead coordinator of the annual Transatlantic Conference in collaboration with the Belfer Center at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Fundación Rafael del Pino.