Ghida Fakhry has been facilitating high-level debates and panel discussions on a wide range of issues -- from international relations, peace and security, human rights, to women's empowerment, sustainable development and renewable energy. An experienced and versatile moderator, she combines a sharp journalistic interviewing style with a distinctive ability to challenge speakers and stimulate discussions on important and timely topics. Ghida's on-stage presence, engaging style and expertise enable her to steer debates skillfully and effectively. She is a frequent moderator of high-level events organized by the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies, the World Bank, the European Union, Governments and NGOs, with a wide range of policy and opinion makers -- Heads of State/Government, academics, business leaders and civil society activists.
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United Nations Human Rights FaceBook Live
Human rights are universal - they apply to everyone, everywhere. Yet today an increasing number of people and governments claim that human rights are relative.
Join UN expert Karima Bennoune & Nobel Laureate writer Wole Soyinka for a Facebook Live on 23 Oct at 3pm (NY). Discussion moderated by Ghida Fakhry.
TRT World Forum 2018 - Fostering Global Consciousness in Times of Crisis
What is the impact of the global refugee crisis —is enough being done for the 68.5 million displaced children, women and men; to change mindsets not to see refugees as statistics, burdens or security threats, but as human beings. A keynote address by Queen Rania and a panel discussion with the heads of WEF, IFRC, UNRWA and TRT.
TRT World Forum 2018 - Opening Ceremony
The 2018 TRT World Forum aims to build on the successes of the inaugural forum held last year in Istanbul. This year’s Forum brings together some of the world’s leading thinkers and decision makers to address the most pressing issues and challenges of our time. The theme, ‘Envisioning Peace and Security in a Fragmented World’, focuses on developing alternative strategies to confront the challenges facing our world.
Facebook Live Event with UN Secretary-General
United Nations, New York, 7 March 2018
The theme for International Women's Day 2018 is "Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women's Lives." On the eve of IWD, Ghida Fakhry moderates a FB Live discussion with the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, the UN Youth Envoy, Jayathma Wickramanayake and Monica Ramirez, a leading advocate for women's rights.
Creating a Culture of Gender Justice:
A Multi-Dimensional Approach
United Nations, New York, 12 March 2018
The side-event takes place during the 62nd annual session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) and provides an opportunity for Member States, UN entities, and civil society to discuss critical issues related to gender justice as a key enabler for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and an important foundation for building and sustaining peace.
International Women's Day 2018
Hudson Yards, New York, 8 March 2018
This event brings together entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders to address financial inclusion, blockchain technology and investment in female entrepreneurs as key drivers for transformative change. Organized by Innovation Norway and UN Women, the event explores the leadership role women play across different sectors and the challenges they face as they help build a more robust and inclusive culture and continue to push the boundaries for more economic empowerment.
Financial Institutions, Business and Climate Change: Addressing Risks and Finding Opportunities in a Changing World
World Bank, Zurich, 22-23 January 2018
A pre-Davos event co-organized by the World Bank Group to explore some of the new dynamics and trends across different sectors for climate business. A critical look at what different financial actors are doing to advance the climate transition and the tools being used to manage risk and unlock opportunities -- to keep up with the accelerated pace of change.