: World Communication Forum Davos starts in Kyiv - Live stream

09:37 Sep. 19, 2016

World Communication Forum Davos starts in Kyiv - Live stream

Davos forum in Kyiv

The main communication panel in Central Eastern Europe starts today in Kyiv. Watch the live stream at Ukraine Today

The World Communication Forum Davos kicks off in Kyiv. Its main discussion point is a win-win strategy as an alternative to conflict in business, politics, and society

As Davos Forum agenda says, in the era of polarization, which is felt both internationally and within individual countries, all change-makers have a choice: either an approach when one party to the conflict must win and the other must loose or the win-win strategy, which provides a mutually beneficial solution to the conflict. This year, Forum will last 2 days – on 19 and 20 September. During this time, leading international experts will share their experience in the win-win strategy through unique lectures, presentations, and practical case studies.

Tetiana Pushnova, head of Ukraine Today multimedia platform, will also be taking part in the event as a panel moderator and speaker.




WCF Davos Kyiv 2016 – is an international platform for holding a dialogue between business, government, and society. The Forum brings together representatives of state bodies, public organizations, top managers of the leading companies and experts in the communications industry for the sake of efficient use of communication in addressing social issues. This year WCF Davos Kyiv extends its geography and becomes the main event in the field of communication not only in Ukraine but all over Central and Eastern Europe.


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