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One-to-One Global Forum

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The New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street (42nd Street Entrance)

New York, NY 10018

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About the One-to-One Global Forum

The first in a series of global gatherings, the inaugural One-to-One Global Forum brings together leading changemakers to examine and elevate the essential role of personal responsibility in effecting lasting, positive change, through twelve fast-paced hours of inspiring talks, intimate ‘fireside’ conversations and moving artistic performances.

Inspired by one of the most influential spiritual leaders of our time, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, and chronicled in the critically-acclaimed New York Times best-selling book REBBE by Joseph Telushkin, One-to- One mines the depths of human character to identify and nurture the systemic values, inspiration and motivation necessary to create a groundswell of transformative social good.


Attending the One-to-One Global Forum

The inaugural twelve-hour Forum is divided into four, three-hour segments on Monday, June 20:

  • Segment 1 (1 p.m. – 4 p.m.)
  • Segment 2 (4 p.m. – 7 p.m.)
  • Segment 3 (7 p.m. – 10 p.m)
  • Segment 4 (10 p.m.- 1 a.m.)

Program segments and corresponding presenters are detailed at www.onetoone.global. Attendees should possess a ticket for each Forum segment they wish to attend.

Segment program duration is approximately two-and-a-half hours. During peak library hours, please budget extra time to clear security. Seating is plentiful, but may be limited.

Please inquire at rsvp@onetoone.global regarding special attendance rates for qualifying groups and individuals.

Please join the One-to-One conversation online, on Twitter and Facebook.


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The New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street (42nd Street Entrance)

New York, NY 10018

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