The World Humanitarian Forum is a global call for action and brings together prominent leaders from the public and private sectors, as well as international thought leaders and pioneers from global aid and international development communities to engage in inspirational, thought-provoking, and future-focused dialogues which aim to shape the future of humanitarian aid and international development to help improving the lives of millions in need. This is an international knowledge exchange at the intersection of government, aid, development, future and innovation.    

The pandemic has radically altered much of our lives around the world in both the short and long term. The consequences that have unfolded serve as a reminder that efforts to reduce poverty, fight climate change and create an economy that works for all require bold change. This is why the need of ‘Global Reset’ discussion has started as a radical plan to alter our economy in a way that reflects the threat of climate change and allows all citizens to prosper. WHF London will analyse the future of humanitarianism, what the “Global Reset” will mean for humanitarian aid and international development and how this reset can be made into a reality and what exactly will a ‘Global Reset’ look like?

The times described below are in British Summer Time time zone.

Timeline and agenda are subject to change.