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Welcome to the World Economic Forum's Arts & Culture quarterly newsletter - October 2019
Highlights
The Love Hack

What if your computer influences your emotions? 

Read Sci-Fi author and Cultural Leader Chen Qiufan's dystopian contribution to the World Economic Forum's Future Shocks report.

Read the story

 
Transforming accessibility

What does accessibility and sustainability have in common? 

Find out more with our new Inclusive Design Transformation Map, co-curated with the Smithsonian Institution and experts.

Explore our maps

 
Latest Video
One billion people: spotlight on disability inclusion after the Annual Meeting 2019

News from the network of Cultural Leaders 


- Global Citizen Award: will.i.am receives award in recognition of his tech education programs for children.

- Toronto Film Festival: Feras Fayyad's documentary "The Cave" wins audience award.

- 2019 Booker Prize: 
Margaret Atwood awarded for "The Testaments".
 
 

Best blogs from Forum Agenda


- Civil Rights Movement: what do Nina Simone and Beyonce have in common?

- Music is everywhere and what role does it play in
building our cities

How taking photos of Africa's incredible wildlife became a
mission to save nature

- Education for all: what if
this was you?

- In memory of Suleiman Bakhit: story of a hero.

- "Artepreneurs": when artists drive 
real change.

Read more
 

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Until next time,

The Arts & Culture Team

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