Three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Chartwell speaker, Dr Scilla Elworthy will be appearing on August 6th at the Wilderness festival for ‘The World If’ in conjunction with The Economist ‘WorldIF’ series that presents possible future scenarios in the fields of politics, business, technology and history for rigorous discussion.
A panel of esteemed experts, including Scilla, will gather for ‘The World If…’ to discuss the big questions and imagine a future:
- If Donald Trump was president?
- If the North Korea Regime collapsed?
- If terrorists got hold of a nuclear weapon?
- If all drugs are legal?
Scilla will also lead the ‘Language of Peace’ event at the Wilderness festival on the challenges, opportunities and language needed to become involved in bringing about peace.
Tickets are still available for these highly anticipated talks at this year’s Wilderness festival.
About Scilla Elworthy:
Dr Scilla Elworthy is a three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee who has worked closely with Sir Richard Branson and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, as well as the global leadership teams of major international companies. Scilla is available to book as a speaker exclusively through Chartwell Speakers. For her latest availability, fees and topics, please contact her agent Leo von Bulow-Quirk via or call +44 (0) 7833 727090.
Wilderness takes place on 4th – 7th August 2016, in the beautiful ancient parkland of Cornbury Park set in Oxfordshire, around a hour and a half from London. If Wilderness had a saying, it would probably be ‘meet the world’: a world of creativity and culture, of festival and flora, of ideas and identity. Wilderness aims to slip off your shoes, settle you down and then showcase the best of who we are, where we belong and what we create. As our unofficial saying goes, come to the wilderness to meet the world.