The World Economic Forum has recently launched “The Great Reset” initiative: ‘a commitment to jointly and urgently build the foundations of our economic and social system for a more fair, sustainable and resilient future. It requires a new social contract centred on human dignity, social justice and where societal progress does not fall behind economic development’. Engaged sharing of the world’s rich cultural- and bio-diversity, recorded in all of its heritage, is an essential ingredient for dignity, justice and equality. And must be an area of discussion for The Great Reset summit planned for January 2021.
Virtually visiting 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site in each country every day. As of today, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the countries visited is 5,041,687 (UN World Health Organisation). All but 4 of these countries have reported cases, and all but 11 at least 1 death. 265,449 people are known to have died in these countries ‘visited’ to date, although even a brief review of the statistics suggests real numbers are distorted due to differential access to testing. Globally over 12 million cases have been reported worldwide (over 1 million more than a week ago), with 549,247 deaths. Behind each of these numbers are human lives lost and changed forever.
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