Following a long-awaited global return to physical events, the Global Citizen Forum moves ahead of schedule to open ticket sales for its upcoming annual summit, hosted in partnership with Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAK-TDA).

Gathering the world’s leading figures to Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates between December 12-13, 2021, The Future in Motion has already become one of the most anticipated events of the year for the ever-expanding global citizen community. 

The event will be co-hosted by Richard Quest, notable CNN journalist and news anchor, and June Sarpong, TV presenter, diversity expert and Award-Winning author — each bringing their renowned dynamic personalities to the summit that has far-reaching impact for individuals and governments operating on the world stage.

Prompting vital conversations on a new momentum for human mobility, the event will also feature insightful presentations and powerful discussions on pioneering initiatives for sustainable migration, technology’s role in creating a net-zero carbon world, space travel as a new frontier for humanity, redefining human identity, and empowering the future of global citizenship.

Noting the record-number of inquiries, Talimka Yordanova, CEO of the Global Citizen Forum remarks that, “the world is in desperate need of human connection, and most certainly in need of hope from world leaders and prominent figures to actively influence a more sustainable and resilient future moving forward.” 

Previous Annual Summits hosted in Dubai, Toronto, Monaco, and Sveti Stefan have each welcomed over 500 guests from across 65+ countries, making it one of the world’s most culturally rich and uniquely diverse annual global gatherings. 

“The pandemic has dramatically underscored the underlying power of a connected and mobile world. And rather than withdrawing from this new reality of a global world and a united global identity, our mission is to be at the forefront of empowering it,” says the Founder of the Global Citizen Forum, Armand Arton.  

Source: Ogilvy