Our biannual forum for business leaders has returned—only this time, we’re partnering with Time for a very special engagement.

Join us for an unprecedented gathering of Fortune 500 CEOs, members of the Time 100, and leaders of all stripes—non-profit, academic, religious, and labor—intended to address the need for a global economic system that both encourages growth and spreads its benefits more broadly.

The theme for this special two-day conference is “The 21st Century Challenge: Forging a New Social Compact” and it culminates in an address by His Holiness Pope Francis. Beginning Friday Dec. 2, we will provide a live video feed of the event from Rome and the Vatican.

Below is a list of conference sessions that will be streamed. Please note that all times are in Central European Time, which is one hour ahead of London, six hours ahead of New York, and nine hours ahead of San Francisco.

For the complete agenda, which includes activities for attendees only, click here.

Friday, December 2

9:00 AM: Opening Remarks

9:05 AM: The Moral Imperative of Modern Leadership
With LRN Corp CEO Dov Seidman, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson, and Fortune editor Alan Murray

9:45 AM: A Call to Action
With Cardinal Peter Turkson and CBS This Morning co-anchor Charlie Rose

10:00 AM: Promoting Decent Work for All
With International Labor Organization director general Guy Ryder and Time editor Nancy Gibbs

10:15 AM: Bringing the Rural Poor into the Digital Economy
With LXMI and Samasource CEO Leila Janah and Fortune assistant managing editor Adam Lashinsky

10:50 AM: Harnessing the Economic Power of Women and Girls
With Cherie Blair Foundation for Women founder Cherie Blair, Femmes Africa Solidarité executive director Bineta Diop, and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof

11:15 AM: Achieving Inclusive Capitalism: The Data and the Divide
With Institute for Liberty and Democracy president Hernando de Soto, former Nigeria finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former U.S. treasury secretary Lawrence Summers, and Fortune editor Alan Murray

11:45 AM: Healthcare for Everyone, Everywhere
With Last Mile Health CEO Raj Panjabi and Fortune deputy editor Clifton Leaf

12:00 PM: Lessons From Four Decades Serving the Poor
With BRAC founder Fazle Hasan Abed and Time assistant managing editor Rana Foroohar

12:15 PM: Reflections
With Hilary Franco, advisor, Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations

12:30 PM: Refugees: A Moral and Economic Imperative
With Father Mussie Zerai and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos plus International Rescue Committee CEO David Miliband, Save the Children International CEO Helle Thorning-Schmidt, and Fortune senior editor Nina Easton

2:15 PM: Working Group Sessions 1: “Financial Inclusion: Market Access,” “Energy Innovation and Environmental Protection,” “Jobs: Technology, Innovation, and Inclusive Growth,” “Global Health: Fighting Disease, Providing Access”
No livestream is available for these sessions as they are off the record. We will report their findings on Fortune.com.

4:00 PM: Working Group Sessions 2: “”Jobs for All: Putting the Global Economy to Work for Everyone,” “Food and Water: Ending Scarcity, Promoting Sustainability,” “”Education for All: Developing the Workforce of the Future,” and “Financial Inclusion: Platforms for Entrepreneurship and Impact Investment”
No livestream is available for these sessions as they are off the record. We will report their findings on Fortune.com.

Saturday, December 3

No livestream is available for Saturday’s program as all sessions are closed to the public.