Gabo Arora, creative director and founder of United Nations VR, works precisely in this field, using new technologies to fight for social causes, such as climate change and several humanitarian campaigns. He is also the creative director of LightShed a VR startup for social impact. He is the celebrated director of the first VR documentary series by the United Nations. This series takes us to the Gaza Strip in ‘My Mother’s Wing’, to a Syrian refugee camp in ‘Clouds Over Sidra’, or to Liberia during the Ebola crisis. These works have been exhibited in festivals such as Sundance or Tribeca. Gabo Arora is a 2016 World Economic Forum arts and cultural leader at Davos and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).