Global Dignity Country Chairs met in Switzerland to discuss what will be an exciting year for the organization.
In January, the Country Chairs present at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland met and shared recent Global Dignity experiences. The organization is in rapid growth, having over 400,000 students worldwide participating in last year’s Global Dignity Day. The GD family is happy to include new countries into the network annually. Ivory Coast was one of the countries who held Global Dignity Day for the first time in 2015.
2016 marks the ten-year anniversary for the organization.
Global Dignity Day is held on the third Wednesday of every October. Read more about the Global Dignity Story here.
Above: Olivier Oullier (France), Jane McAdam (Australia), Soulaima Gourani (Denmark), H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon (Norway), Runa Khan (Bangladesh), Raphael Schoentgen (Belgium), David Lubell (USA/Young Global Leaders) and Marco Fiorese (Italy/Monaco) met in Switzerland in January.
Photo: Olav Heian-Engdal/The Royal Court