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Uncommon Ground | Oct 16, 2011

Uncommon Ground brings together titans of industry and leaders of civil society to explore eight themes that
are highly relevant for our future development. Based on RohiniNilekani’s 2008 television show. the conversations explore the middle ground between the ideological divisions that often polarize the business and voluntary sectors.

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