- To get research based insights on current world challenges
- To engage in discussion with various experts
- To enlarge your perspectives through the diversity of topics tackled
- To network with other change makers and experts
Warm welcome to all!
Registration is open!
Introduction- Henrik Keinonen (host), Partnerships, NewCo, City of Helsinki
Welcome to Hanken- Karen Spens, Rector, Hanken School of Economics
Keynote speeches: Corporate Social Responsibility: who is liable for what?
Panel discussion on: Governing Social Responsibilities: Too important for corporate discretion?
Discussion moderated by Nikodemus Solitander- Director of CCR, Hanken School of Economics
|12:00-13:00||Lunch at Hanken|
Workshop - Sustainable finance and Financial Technology: Hand in hand towards Sustainable Development?
Panel Discussion addressing the overall topic of the workshop with specific questions like: Which kind of transformative activities can FinTech generate in the financial sector?, How to make FinTech more sustainable?, How can finance contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?.
Discussion moderated by Ville-Pekka Sorsa- Assistant Professor, Management and Organisation, Hanken School of Economics
Workshop - How to meet the needs and rights of refugees?
This workshop aims to bring together people from various organizations to discuss the needs and rights of refugees, as well as their relationship to global mobilities.
Introduction to the topic by Jaana Sipilä- Project coordinator, Counter-trafficking, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Interactive workshop on: How can different actors contribute in meeting the needs and rights of refugees?
Interactive workshop moderated by Pasi Aaltonen- Coordinator, FCA Finn Church Aid
Panel discussion focusing on the context of Finland:
Discussion moderated by Linda Annala- Doctoral Researcher, Hanken School of Economics
Workshop - Sport and Inclusion: all in the same team?
In this multi-faceted workshop, we aim to introduce the current hot topics related to various aspects of sport and physical activity within the society.
We will explore questions like: "How do individuals - from various identities and backgrounds - experience/consume sport?", "How can we use sport as a tool?", "What are the concepts of fairness and ethics in sporting competitions?" and, along the lines of fairness, even controversial questions like
Discussion moderated by Leila Gharavi- Coordinator, GODESS Institute, Hanken School of Economics
Workshop - 'What is the role of cars in the future of mobility?' (organised in collaboration with NewCo Helsinki)
Introduction by Martin Fougère- Associate Professor in Politics and Business, Hanken School of Economics
Presentations from companies which are currently defining the future of mobility:
'How does your company create value? As a business? For the users? And for society?'
Panel discussion on “How to develop an efficient and sustainable eco-system for mobility?”
Discussion moderated by Robin Gustafsson- Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Aalto University
Workshop - post #metoo: What do we do?
In this interactive Workshop, we aim to open up a discussion on the different kinds of impacts of #MeToo at work and beyond, and what kinds of action can be taken to make for more equal, non-oppressive workplaces, organisations and cultures.
Questions like What has changed, if anything? and What can and should we do? will be discussed.
Workshop moderated by:
The workshop is composed of short presentations, discussions in group and discussions together.
Conclusions of the day
Networking time and Cocktail in Foyer area
Three exhibition areas:
The Centre for Corporate Responsibility (CCR) is a cross-disciplinary Research and Development Institute focusing on the societal impacts and responsibilities of business.
To know more about CCR, visit: https://www.hanken.fi/en/node/875502
GODESS is a research and development institute that focusses on research areas of gender, organization, diversity, equality, and social sustainability in transnational times.
To know more about GODESS, visit: https://www.hanken.fi/godess
The Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute (HUMLOG) acts as a focal point for researchers and partly for practitioners in Humanitarian Logistics to conduct high-quality research on logistics and supply chain management in humanitarian and development context.
To know more about HUMLOG, visit: https://www.hanken.fi/humlog