Tim Kinnaird Jan 25 2023

Today on your show our topic is: “Davos 2023: The New World of Work and Living After the Great Reset and Before Agenda 20230”. In DAVOS, Switzerland each year-this WEF Annual Meeting convenes leaders from government, business, and civil society to address the state of the world and discuss priorities for the year ahead. It’s original aims a decade ago is to provide a platform to engage in constructive, forward-looking dialogues and help find solutions through public-private cooperation. To quote the Washington post 17th Jan 2023 – It’s narrative this year is to talk about a “permacrisis” of a world buckling under a never-ending cascade of calamity-war, climate catastrophe, energy price chaos, inflation, epidemics of hunger and disease, political instability and widening economic inequity. This year’s WEF theme, a plaintive appeal to find “cooperation in a fragmented world,” seems more possessed by the ruptures that have already taken place.

Part 1 – Tim Kinnaird. Tim Kinnaird is a retired Canadian Lawyer – specifically a Barrister and Solicitor born and raised in Montreal. After attending the Jesuit Loyola High School, he obtained a Bachelor Degree in Political Philosophy from Concordia University and the University of Calgary. After a two-year residence in Lake Louise, Alberta, he came to Ontario and attended Western University (UWO) and obtained his law degree. After articling with a Superior Court Judge, he has practiced family and estate law since his call to the Bar in 1990. He is a long-time political commentator. Tim was on the show in May 2020 when he posited that the response to CV19 was ushering in 1984 style authoritarianism squashing a culture of innovation. He followed up in Jan 2021 -Social Impact of Covid 19.

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