As countries around the world continue to adapt to the evolving pandemic reality, we reflect on the year we’ve had: one rife with repeated disruption, change and modification. Over the last year and a half, our Trust Barometer research has shown us that today’s issues cannot be solved in a vacuum or in solidarity. From combatting climate change and racial injustice to solving for the future of work, supporting employees’ wellbeing and defining Covid-19 vaccine policies, people’s expectations of institutions to come together to build a better world have never been higher.
Now in our 22nd year, please join us for the global virtual unveiling of the 2022 Edelman Trust Barometer, the world’s most robust exploration on trust across 36,000 respondents in 28 markets. This year’s study will take a fresh look at the state of trust, and the expectation for how our studied institutions—business, media, government and NGOs—must work together to lead society forward, innovate and solve today’s most challenging, existential problems.
CEO, HP Inc.
CEO, Allianz SE
Dr. Ajay Mathur
Director General, International Solar Alliance (ISA)
Chair of Editorial Board and U.S. Editor-At-Large, Financial Times, Financial Times