Earlybird tickets for Hay Festival Segovia, 20–23 September 2018, will be on sale here from 8 June.
In an ever-changing world, what can we expect to have to deal with tomorrow? EL PAÍS brings together three experts from the worlds of science, geopolitics and change management to take part in the FREE SPEECH debate, moderated by Jesús Ruiz Mantilla
Cristina Manzano, director of ES GLOBAL and an expert in international relations.
Amador Menéndez, scientist and author of Historia del futuro. Tecnologías que cambiarán nuestras vidas (The History of the Future. Technologies that will change our lifes).
Manuel Muñiz, Dean of IE School of International Relations, a professor at Harvard University and an expert in the role of change and the challenges it presents for society today.
The evening will be opened by Santiago Iñiguez, President of IE University, Clara Luquero, Mayoress of Segovia, and Ramón Azuara, Director General of Renfe Viajeros. With the special participation of Fernando Benzo, Secretary of State for Culture, and Simon Manley, the United Kingdom’s Ambassador to Spain.
Jordi Évole, one of Spain’s most popular television journalists and the presenter of interview and documentary program Salvados, discusses reporting on current affairs in Spain with veteran reporter Javier del Pino, presenter of one of Spain’s most popular radio programs, A Vivir, que son dos días. Moderated by Aurelio Martín.
Renowned arts critic and novelist Juan Cruz has published close to 40 books over the last four decades. He talks to Colombian anthropologist and writer Carlos Granés and Venezuelan writer Karina Sainz about his latest book, Un golpe de vida, the story of a life marked by the profession of journalism and something more than a lucid vision of the world: a compromised way of breathing and living in it.