The Community of Convening: Conversationists and Icelandic Travel Tips

 

The Reykjavík Global Forum 2021 features key insights and discussion from leaders of all sectors and geographies. Conversationists will come together as a community to share best practices and proven solutions to create progress in our global society. This year’s Featured Conversationists include:


 

The Power of Water

Featured Conversationist 2021 Susie Rodgers

Susie Rodgers is a world-renowned athlete, who will deliver a talk on The Power of Water. She has 30 international swimming medals to her name, including Paralympic gold and gold in the European and World Champion-ships.  Rodgers was named as a Young Global Leader with the World Economic Forum, and is an Ocean Ambassador for the Marine Conservation Society. Since retiring from competitive swimming in 2017, she has been a vocal advocate for people with disabilities in sports and beyond. In everything she does, Rodgers fights for fairness and access.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Travelling to Iceland?

Don’t miss her compelling contributions to the conversation. Register today. We are very fortunate to have this convening in-person and in the beautiful Harpa Convention Centre in Reykjavík.

Extending your trip beyond the formal program to spend a week in the beautiful country of Iceland?Check out the resources we’ve compiled on where to stay, where to dine, and how to make the most of your time in the land of fire and ice.

 

Scoring the Global Goals 

The Global Goals World Cup activates the groundbreaking potential of sports and play with purpose. Since 2016, the Finals have been played in New York City during UNGA. This year, Reykjavík Global Forum Conversationists have the chance to see the action up close and to judge the “game” of Iceland’s President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, who will be acting as referee. 

Teams will compete in Iceland in partnership with Reykjavík Global Forum – Women Leaders 2021 and Young Professional Women in Iceland. Each team champions one of the Global Goals, and the winner not only wins the tournament but has the opportunity to have their work in advancing global progress amplified across the world stage.