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Der „Grand Bargain“ der humanitären Hilfe: Wie bringt man mehr Hilfsmittel auf und macht diese wirksamer?

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
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Noch nie war der Bedarf an humanitärer Hilfe so groß wie heute. Trotz steigender finanzieller Unterstützung wird die Schere zwischen Bedarf und verfügbaren Ressourcen immer größer. Wie können wir humanitäre Hilfe verstärkt finanzieren und ihre Vorhersehbarkeit steigern? Wie können humanitäre Akteure die verfügbaren Mittel besser einsetzen?

Vortragende

Chief Executive Officer, IBRD - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and IDA - International Development Association, Washington; former Vice-President for Budget and Human Resources, European Commission, Brussels
Founding Executive Director, Mo Ibrahim Foundation, London
Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations, New York
Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Stockholm
Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia, EEAS - European External Action Service, Brussels Chair

Kristalina GEORGIEVA

Chief Executive Officer, IBRD - International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and IDA - International Development Association, Washington; former Vice-President for Budget and Human Resources, European Commission, Brussels

1986 Ph.D. (Economic Sciences), University of National and World Economy, Sofia. Thesis: Environmental Protection Policy and Economic Growth in the USA
1977-1993 Assistant Professor/Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of National and World Economy, Sofia
1987-1988 Research Fellow, Department of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, London
1991 Visiting Professor, University of the South Pacific, Fiji; and Australian National University. Lectured on Economies in Transition
1992 Consultant, Environomics and Merser Management Consulting Inc, Environmental policy services for Central and Eastern Europe
1993-1997 Environmental Economist/Senior Environmental Economist, Environment Division, Europe and Central Asia, The World Bank Group, Washington, D.C.
1997-1998 Sector Manager, Environment, East Asia and Pacific Region, The World Bank Group
1998-1999 Sector Director, Environment and Social Development, East Asia and Pacific Region, The World Bank Group
2000-2004 Director, Environment Department, The World Bank Group
2004-2007 Director and Resident Representative of the Russian Federation, The World Bank Group, Moscow
2007-2008 Director, Strategy and Operations, Sustainable Development, The World Bank Group
2008-2010 Vice President and Corporate Secretary, The World Bank Group
2010-2014 European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid & Crisis Response, Brussels
since 2014 European Commission Vice-President in charge of Budget and Human Resources, Brussels
since 2015 Co-chair of UN Secretary General High Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing

Hadeel IBRAHIM

Founding Executive Director, Mo Ibrahim Foundation, London

 Hadeel Ibrahim (United Kingdom) is Executive Director of Mo Ibrahim Foundation. Established in 2006, the Foundation, which is a non-grant-making organization, focuses on defining, assessing and enhancing governance and leadership in Africa. She is also co-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Africa Center in New York, whose mission is to promote partnership, collaboration, dialogue and understanding between African artists, business leaders and civil society and their counterparts in the United States and beyond.

Stephen O'BRIEN

Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations, New York

 Stephen O'Brien brings to the position of Under-Secretary-General extensive experience in multilateral diplomacy and advocacy, together with international leadership and management, in the coordination of collective action within the humanitarian community, notably in the fight against malaria and neglected tropical diseases, and his significant contribution to his country achieving the United Nations-endorsed target of 0.7 per cent of gross national income on official development assistance.
 He was a Member of Parliament for Eddisbury, a Privy Counsellor, as well as the Prime Minister’s Envoy and United Kingdom’s Special Representative for the Sahel since 2012, working intensively with international partners seeking to secure peace in Mali and neighbouring countries through the integrated strategy of security, governance, humanitarian action, resilience and development.
 In addition to his leading management experience of large, complex organizations (he was a Senior Executive at global industrial manufacturer, the former FTSE100 Redland PLC), he is expected to bring innovative and strategic ideas as a strong humanitarian advocate with more than 20 years of experience in international development and health care, notably as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development (2010-2012), Shadow Minister for Health and Social Care (2005-2010), and in numerous voluntary roles, Founder and Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (since 2004), Chairman of the non-governmental organization Malaria Consortium (2006-2010), Director-Trustee of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and of the Innovative Vector Control Consortium.
 Mr. O’Brien won the 2014 Champions Action Award for his leadership in mobilizing the campaigns against malaria and neglected tropical diseases, having undertaken multiple pro bono civil society engagements, notably as Global Advocate for the United Nations-World Health Organization Roll Back Malaria Partnership and as Patron of Malaria No More UK.
 Born in the United Republic of Tanzania, he holds a master of arts degree with honours in law from Emmanuel College, Cambridge University. In the 1980s, he qualified and practised as a solicitor with a leading global firm, Freshfields Deringer Bruckhaus. He is married with three children.

Margot WALLSTRÖM

Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Stockholm

1986-1987 Branch manager, Sparbanken Alfa
1977-1979 Bank clerk, Sparbanken Alfa
1974-1977 Representative, Swedish Social Democratic Youth League, Värmland
2013-2014 Board member, Lund University
2013-2014 Board member, Global Challenge Foundation
2013-2014 Board member, ICA
2012-2014 Adviser, Institute for Human Rights and Business
2011-2014 Advisory board member, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA)
2010-2012 Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Confl ict
2007-2014 Chair, Council of Women World Leaders Ministerial Initiative
2004-2010 First Vice President of the European Commission, responsible for institutional relations and communication strategy
1999-2004 European Commissioner for the Environment
1996-1998 Minister for Social Affairs
1994-1996 Minister for Culture
1988-1991 Deputy Minister of Public Administration
1979-1985 Member of the Riksdag

Dr. Thomas MAYR-HARTING

Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia, EEAS - European External Action Service, Brussels

1977 Diploma, Law Studies in Vienna
1977-1978 Postgraduate-Studies, College of Europe, Bruges
1978 Diploma of The Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague
1979 Joined the Austrian Diplomatic Service
1982-1986 Austrian Mission to the European Communities, Brussels
1986-1990 Austrian Embassy, Moscow
1991-1993 Private Office of the Austrian Foreign Minister, Vienna
1993-1995 Deputy Head of Cabinet of Foreign Ministers Mock and Schüssel, Vienna
1995-1999 Deputy Political Director and Director for Security Policy and Policy Planning, Austrian Foreign Ministry, Vienna
1999-2003 Ambassador of Austria to Belgium and Head of the Austrian Mission to NATO, Brussels
2002-2004 Special Representative of the Austrian Foreign Minister for the Western Balkans
2003-2004 Representative of the Chancellor in the Reform Commission of the Federal Army, Vienna
2003-2008 Political Director (Director General for Political Affairs) of the Austrian Foreign Ministry, Vienna
2008-2011 Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations, New York
2009-2010 Also represented Austria on the United Nations Security Council, New York
2011 Vice-President of the 66th General Assembly of the UN, New York
2011-2015 Ambassador, (Head of the Delegation) of the European Union to the United Nations, New York
 Visiting Professor, College of Europe, Bruges and Natolin
 Lecturer, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna
since 2015 Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia, European External Action Service, Brussels

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Timetable einblenden

29.08.2015

18:00 - 19:30Der "Grand Bargain" der humanitären Hilfe: Wie bringt man mehr Hilfsmittel auf und macht diese wirksamer?Partner

30.08.2015

11:00 - 12:00Genozid: Terminologie, Dimension, PräventionPartner
14:00 - 16:00EröffnungPlenary
16:30 - 18:00Durchwursteln oder neu starten?Plenary
18:30 - 20:00Frieden und Sicherheit in instabilen Zeiten bewahrenPlenary
19:30 - 21:00Sicherheitspolitik im FokusPartner
20:00 - 22:00EmpfangSocial
22:00 - 23:30Junge Talente - Los ColoradosCulture

31.08.2015

08:00 - 09:00HöhenfrühstückBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 01: Erfolg! Wie wir Europa verändern könnenBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 02: Journalismus in Kriegszeiten: Der Fall UkraineBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 03: Verpasste Chancen: Wege zum Radikalismus?Breakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 04: Österreich in der EU: 20 Jahre Erfahrungen und ErwartungenBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 05: Energiearmut beseitigen: Ungleichheit reduzierenBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 06: Neue Paradigmen für die europäische SicherheitBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 07: Gleiche Chancen für alle in der EU?Breakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 08: Ungleichheit der Ergebnisse und Ungleichheit der Möglichkeiten: Inkompatible Kehrseiten derselben Münze?Breakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 09: Interoperabilität in der Humanitären Hilfe: Von Koexistenz zur KooperationBreakout
09:30 - 12:00Breakout Session 10: Junge Flüchtlinge in Europa: Verpasste Möglichkeiten - Chancen für die Zukunft?Breakout
12:00 - 13:30MittagsempfangSocial
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 11: Inklusivität: Der Schlüssel zum nachhaltigen WohlstandBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 12: Autoritarismus auf dem Vormarsch: Ein neuer globaler Konkurrent für DemokratieBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 13: Der ungleiche Staat: Wie Ungleichheit die Kreativität der Gesellschaft einschränkt und wie wir Wandel herbeiführenBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 14: Integration von Menschen | Wissen | Potential: Die Anerkennung der Fähigkeiten von MigrantInnenBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 15: Die EU Mitgliedstaaten: Riesen, Zwerge und die dazwischen?Breakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 16: Mehr Gemeinschaft in der Europäischen VerteidigungBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 17: Wie kann man TTIP zum Vorteil aller gestalten? Der Weg zu einer gerechten WelthandelsordnungBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 18: Nachhaltige Entwicklungsziele: Warum soll's Europa kümmern?Breakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 19: Die Ungleichheit des KlimawandelsBreakout
13:30 - 16:00Breakout Session 20: Politik spielend entscheidenBreakout
17:00 - 18:30Sackgasse Europa? Asyl- und Flüchtlingspolitik auf dem PrüfstandPlenary
19:00 - 20:30Die EU und Russland: Rivalen, Gegner, Partner?Plenary
21:00 - 22:30ABGESAGT - Late Night Talk: Islam, "Islamischer Staat" und GewaltPlenary

01.09.2015

09:00 - 09:30UnWürdePlenary
09:30 - 10:15Existentielle RisikenPlenary
10:45 - 12:15Nachhaltige Entwicklungsziele: Vom Plan zur UmsetzungPlenary
12:15 - 12:30SchlusswortePlenary