Plenary session, Debates, Crossed-portraits, Inspirational moments
More than 20 inspiring French and international speakers will speak to act, impact, transform around Responsible and Sustainable Governances
An international Speed-dating lunch organized between Executives & Administrators, a networking lunch, an unprecedented workshop to interrogate “our fundamental purpose”
The Trophy “The Star of the Little Princes” to reward the youth’s favorite responsible and sustainable governance
Welcome of the attendees – Entrance in the Hémicycle
Gilles Bœuf, biologist, former Director of the Natural History Museum, professor at the University Pierre-et-Marie Curie, is researcher at the Laboratory Arago at Banyuls-sur-Mer and President of the Scientific Committee of the French Agency for biodiversity.
Jim Harrison Navajo Diné, Andrew Thomas Navajo Diné, singer Lorenza Garcia, artist and producer
Introduction, filmed interview (3 mins): Serge Papin: Former Head of Système U
Anne-Marie Hubert ; Associate Director of EY Canada, Anie Rouleau CEO BALECO (Canada), Dany Chilton Member of the Nation Atikamekw Nehirowisiw (Canada), Lucie Bourgeois CEO UMALIA (Canada), Hyppolite Dansou Head of Community Sô-Ava in Bénin.
TROPHY AWARD FROM THE LITTLE PRINCES
Elisabeth Ayrault President of the CNR, Danièle Henkel CEO Founder of Daniele Henkel Enterprises, Juliette Biao Former Minister of the Environment, Director and Regional for the African Bureau of the United Nations Program.
Unprecedented dialogue between our speakers, Little Princes, and the Youth Metropolitan Counsel.
Premiere of the documentary Navajo Songline in Lyon – produced by Lorenza Garcia
It is in tying ourselves to a vision of balance between humankind and nature that the story of the DINE is pictured by this documentary. Far from the postal card or the myth of the wild Indian – the Diné of red sand from Monument Valley tell us a contemporary reality and trace a modern vision that answers to our questions.
Moderator Christian Seychal
Between traditions and modernity, the ability to question the evolution of our society, of the Earth and our role for future generations will be at stake.
Our goal is to offer a meeting that encompasses wisdom and our own humanity.
1,000 people attending between the 10th and 11th of December
Plenary, Debates, Crossed-portraits, Inspirational moments
No empty formula, but a sharing to act, associated with true and long-lasting contacts
Innovative and pragmatic workshops to debate: what is already changing tomorrow should be prepared today!
An opened casting to the world, plural, with renewed and engaged speakers
Content, emotions, best practices, changes and paradigms
A humanist meeting with free speech at its heart!
Unprecedented and written animation, a Summit told like a story
Throughout our journey together, those who make today and tomorrow’s world: the “Little Princes” as facilitators and interviewers for our media
Speed-dating, a gathering organized between CEOs & Administrators: a networking to share and be visible
A trophy “the Star of the Little Princes”: an organization, an institution, a leader… encouraged, selected and awarded by our Little Princes for their responsible and sustainable governance.
> 10th in the headquarters of the Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes:
1 Esplanade François Mitterrand, 69002 Lyon, France
> 11th the Métropole de Lyon:
20, rue du Lac, 69003 Lyon
Orange Cyberdefense -Strategy & Public Affairs Director- Directeur de la Stratégie et des Affaires publiques
Maître de conférences à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Police (ENSP) et directeur scientifique au sein de l’Institut National des Hautes Études de la Sécurité et de la Justice (INHESJ), un établissement public placé auprès du Premier ministre français. Il a signé une dizaine d’ouvrages, dont “La Cybersécurité”. Il est Expert pour le Groupe Orange en matière de Cyberdefense (Groupe Orange)