The YouTube Davos Debates: “Redesigning an important cause” Full Panel Session

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www.weforum.org 30.01.2010 Full panel session of the The YouTube Davos Debate on Female Genital Mutilation, which took place at the World Economic Forum on January 30th, 2010. Truth never damages a cause that is just. Mahatma Gandhi In partnership with the World Economic Forum, YouTube has engaged in a worldwide search for a person with a cause worthy of the world's attention. Julia Lalla-Maharaja took her appeal to YouTube and won the global vote to appear on a panel at the World Economic Forum to discuss the fight to end female genital mutilation. Join the creator of the winning YouTube submission and engage with the Davos community to rethink, redesign and rebuild how to tackle this issue Discussion Leaders Kathy Bushkin Calvin, Chief Executive Officer, United Nations Foundation, Washington DC Larry Cox, Executive Director, Amnesty International USA, USA Julia Lalla-Maharajh, Founder, End FGM Now, United Kingdom Ann M. Veneman, Executive Director, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), New York; Global Agenda Council on the Welfare of Children Moderated by Nicholas D. Kristof, Columnist, The New York Times, USA Featuring an excerpt from the documentary Mrs. Goundo's Daughter www.attiegoldwater.com Moderator: Nicholas Kristof, Columnist - New York Times Panelists: Kathy Bushkin Calvin, CEO - United Nations Foundation Larry Cox, Executive Director - Amnesty International USA Julia Lalla-Maharajh, Founder - End FGM Now Ann Veneman, Executive Director - UNICEF www ...

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