AS A DELEGATE AT SHAPING HORIZONS
Are you a leader from Latin America or the UK hoping to use science, policy and innovation to make a difference in the world?
Given the high demand for participation in Shaping Horizons, we are now making few, exclusive tickets available to participate in the Shaping Horizons Summit & Action Programme as Young and Senior Delegates!
The Delegates will engage with senior world leaders discuss, develop and deliver solutions to challenges faced by the two regions within the themes of Fourth Industrial Revolution, Social Challenges, Humans and Nature, and Our Shared Future.
WHY BE A DELEGATE?
By taking part in Shaping Horizons, you will meet senior world leaders from Latin America and the UK as well as 150 Future Leaders selected from more than 2000 applicants. During the summit you will help create evidence-based policy reports for governments on issues covered at the summit. Furthermore, you will design and pitch a project within the themes of Shaping Horizons which can be implemented by young leaders in both regions under mentorship by Cambridge academics and Shaping Horizons partners. Finally, you will become a part of a bilateral network of the top leaders tackling some of the most pressing problems facing the UK and Latin America.
After the summit and as a part of the action programme, Delegates will continue to develop their projects and implement them upon the return to their home cities. The projects that prove traction are eligible to receive further mentorship and economic support if the Future Leaders involved wish to scale up their solution.
HOW TO REGISTER
There are now also Standard Registration exclusive tickets available to participate in the afternoon sessions of Shaping Horizons Summit! The ticket includes the participation in all the session of that afternoon as well as a coffee networking break with the senior and young leaders from all participating countries. Should you wish, you can buy tickets to all afternoon sessions.
The tickets are £30 for professionals.
The tickets are £10 for
students or post-docs.