WEF & UN Teamed-up to Accelerate Agenda 2030 in 2019
Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum and the United Nations General Secretary Antonio Guterres signed an agreement to accelerate Agenda 2030 in June 2019:
13 June 2019: Rumble | Telegram (20 seconds)
- World Economic Forum and UN Sign Strategic Partnership Framework (01)
- Actual Partnership Framework (PDF): The United Nations-World Economic Forum Strategic Partnership Framework for the 2030 Agenda (02)
June 13, 2019:
- The UN-Forum Partnership was signed in a meeting held at United Nations headquarters between UN Secretary-General António Guterres and World Economic Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab to accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
- The partnership identifies six areas of focus – financing the 2030 Agenda, climate change, health, digital cooperation, gender equality and empowerment of women, education and skills – to strengthen and broaden their combined impact by building on existing and new collaborations
New York, USA, 13 June 2019 – The World Economic Forum and the United Nations signed today a Strategic Partnership Framework outlining areas of cooperation to deepen institutional engagement and jointly accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The framework was drafted based on a mapping of existing collaboration between the two institutions and will enable a more strategic and coordinated approach towards delivering impact.
The UN-Forum Partnership was signed in a meeting held at United Nations headquarters between UN Secretary-General António Guterres and World Economic Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab.
“Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals is essential for the future of humanity. The World Economic Forum is committed to supporting this effort, and working with the United Nations to build a more prosperous and equitable future,” said Klaus Schwab, World Economic Founder and Executive Chairman.
“The new Strategic Partnership Framework between the United Nations and the World Economic Forum has great potential to advance our efforts on key global challenges and opportunities, from climate change, health and education to gender equality, digital cooperation and financing for sustainable development. Rooted in UN norms and values, the Framework underscores the invaluable role of the private sector in this work – and points the way toward action to generate shared prosperity on a healthy planet while leaving no one behind,” said António Guterres, UN Secretary-General.
The Strategic Partnership Framework will focus on the following areas:
- Digital Cooperation: Collaboration between the UN and the Forum to meet the needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution will seek to advance global analysis, dialogue and standards for digital governance and digital inclusiveness; and promote public-private partnerships to address global reskilling and lifelong learning for the future requirements for work and preparing the world’s 1.8 billion young people for this transition.
- Financing the 2030 Agenda: Mobilize systems and accelerate finance flows toward the 2030 Agenda and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, taking forward solutions to increase long-term SDG investments.
- Climate change: Achieve clear, measurable and public commitments from the private sector to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, help create public-private platforms in critical high-emitting sectors, and scale up the services required to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
- Health: Support countries achieve good health and well-being for all, within the context of the 2030 Agenda, focusing on key emerging global health threats that require stronger multi-stakeholder partnership and action.
- Gender equality and the empowerment of women: Foster multi-stakeholder partnerships and coalitions for full participation and equal opportunities of women at all levels of decision-making and for productive participation of women in the labour force, and promote equal pay for work of equal value across sectors and occupations as well as within them.
- Education and skills: Promote public-private partnerships to address global reskilling and lifelong learning for the future requirements for work, and empower youth with competencies for life and decent work. Education is an indispensable force for reducing inequalities, promoting social and economic inclusion, and driving inclusive green growth to achieve the SDGs. To keep pace with shifting labour market demands, technological disruptions and the increasing mobility of people, education has to transform in relation to the rapidly changing world of work. The UN-Forum partnership will strengthen linkages between governments, business, education and civil society to improve access to relevant education and training, strengthen skills anticipations systems, recognize skills and qualifications within and across-borders, integrate AI in education and empower youth, especially the most vulnerable, with competencies for life and decent work.
-  Klaus Schwab from the World Economic Forum at DAVOS 2015:
- “And you see the difference of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is it doesn’t change what you are doing, it changes you. If you take genetic editing just as an example, it’s you who are changed. And, of course, this has a big impact on your identity.“ (03)
-  Klaus Schwab from the World Economic Forum says:
- “The Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact our lives completely. It will not only change how we communicate, how we produce, how we consume, it will change actually ‘us’. Our own identity. Smart traffic, smart government, smart cities – everything will be integrated into an ecosystem delivered by Big Data and driven particularly by corporations. This revolution will come at a breath-taking speed. It will be like a Tsunami. It’s not just a digital revolution, it’s digital, physical, and biological. Every industry will be digitalized. Government will have to move-over to agile government. There’s a danger of job-losses. We have to change the education system.“ (04)
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Implantable Technologies
- Our Digital Presence
- Vision as the New Interface
- Wearable Internet
- Ubiquitous Computing
- A Supercomputer in Your Pocket
- Storage for All
- The Internet of and for Things
- The Connected Home
- Smart Cities
- Big Data for Decisions
- Driverless Cars
- Artificial Intelligence and Decision-Making
- AI and White-Collar Jobs
- Robotics and Services
- Bitcoin and the Blockchain
- The Sharing Economy
- Governments and the Blockchain
- 3D Printing and Manufacturing
- 3D Printing and Human Health
- 3D Printing and Consumer Products
- Designer Beings
I haven’t read this book, but I think they have the cover is less deceptive – Klaus Schwab’s books are literally about Transhumanism & Digital Slavery. (08)
What will happen when technology begins to operate from within the body? What are smart houses and smart cities, and what limit will genetic manipulation have? Beyond agreeing or not with the guidelines of “the Great Reset” proposed by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum (WEF), there are some aspects that we must debate as soon as possible, because they already affect us (such as privacy, information management and cybersecurity) and because we need a clear regulatory framework about the limits that we will put on the manipulation of bodies, either by incorporating chips or devices or by the so-called “perfective improvement”.
-  Yuval Harari (Klaus Schwab’s Top Advisor & AI Technocrat) states that “Humans are now hackable animals“, that we are “entering an era of inorganic life“, and that “Free Will Is Over” at DAVOS WEF (09)
- “Previously surveillance was done above the skin, now it’s going under the skin” – April 14 2020
- “What we have seen so far is corporations and government’s collecting data about where we go, who we meet, what movies we watch. The next phase is surveillance going under our skin”.
- “If we want to stop this epidemic, we don’t just need to monitor people, we need to monitor what’s going on under their skin.”
- “Previously surveillance was done above the skin, now it’s going under the skin” – April 14 2020
-  Klaus Schwab from the World Economic Forum publishes “COVID-19: The Great Reset” (10)
- Economic Reset
- Societal Reset
- Individual Reset
- A book focused on “More Surveillance” including
- “More biological surveillance to avoid the spreading of new viruses”
- “More surveillance of people ‘for their own protection'”
- “More surveillance of the world”
- Focused on “More Government”:
- More government intervention in your life will not take your freedom and initiatives away — it will make you much happier! The problem is not incompetence or corruption but “lack of power” lol. Far out.
- More laws and the establishment of “incentives”.
- Focused on “More Sacrifice”
- More “sacrifices for the ‘common good'”
- More “taxes”
- Your individual consumption and liberties will be controlled to limit your impact on the environment. “You will own nothing, and you will be happy”.
“How to peacefully seize power in a democratic country” is how one reviewer put it, adding “Schwab does not want you to be happy and safe. He wants you to be silent and inoffensive so you don’t revolt and challenge his hegemony.. Overall, the Great Reset is a fascinating book. It shows the elite truly has no respect nor any type of consideration for the people that serve them (you and me.) It also shows that if you’re not careful and fight for your rights, they will easily be taken away for the sake of “the greater good”. Strange times.” (11)
On Social Media & the age of fake news
“This is part of the reason why powerful anti-science movements prolong the waning of the COVID-19 pandemic, hindering both public health and, more fundamentally, our ability to move forward in unison. Beyond the limits of the pandemic, the abundance of fake news and its ability to magnify and manipulate polarization hinders our ability to deal successfully with the momentous collective action problems that humanity faces”
The whole book is about building the “Climate Change” narrative to shape the direction of the masses
“Narratives shape our perceptions, which in turn form our realities and end up influencing our choices and actions.” “Narratives drive the world and become a call to action.” “When a big idea breaks through and becomes influential, it can turn into a viral narrative: it takes off and becomes contagious, making its way into policies as well as business and investors’ decisions.”
But also addresses the biological changes thanks to COVID-19:
“We are at the dawn of the genetics revolution, having sequenced the human genome, turned adult cells into stem cells, understood how to rewrite the genetic code of any living cell, and reduced the cost of hacking genes by a factor of millions. Besides, we already have a successful example proving that synthetic biology delivers on its promises.” “… the pandemic has propelled the genetics revolution towards new frontiers. When COVID-19 struck, it triggered an immediate and furious search for a vaccine… mRNA vaccines that insert synthetic strings of genetic code that are computer-modelled into our bodies. Instead of triggering our immune system with a traditional vaccine that injects a weakened, dead or partial pathogen, mRNA vaccines instruct our cells to produce the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. By doing so, they “transform our bodies into personalized manufacturing plants producing an otherwise foreign object to trigger our natural immune response. This approach will soon create a whole new platform for fighting cancers and other diseases, as well as for providing enhancements ever more profound than vaccination.”
“We are at the dawn of the genetics revolution, and when our DNA (that is, our code of life) becomes as readable, writable, usable and hackable as information technology, we’ll be on the cusp of something much bigger than us.”
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