From 5-6 May 2022, the 51st St. Gallen Symposium explored together with the Club of Rome new, more impactful models of collective action to address
interconnected challenges of global security, climate action, and
At the Symposium, 200 Leaders of Tomorrow engaged with 100 Aspiring and 600 Senior Leaders in an inclusive and global cross-generational dialogue.
As part of the Symposium’s agenda, the Zukunft-Fabrik.2050 conducted five interactive workshops to co-create 15 pilot ambitions on important intergenerational issues. These ambitions are further shaped, together with the Club of Rome, to outline a new generational contract. Together with the Symposium’s participants, the Zukunft-Fabrik.2050 subsequently kickstarts implementation projects to stimulate change that consider the impact current decisions have on future generations and the world in 2050.