Category Archives: International Organizations

Hiroshima Memorial Visit 2016

Honoured to pay first ever G7 visit to #Hiroshima Peace Memorial. Remembering the past to build peace for the future pic.twitter.com/aZWvOtF6eV — Federica Mogherini (@FedericaMog) 11 avril 2016   Kerry says ‘deeply moved’ by Hiroshima memorial visit https://t.co/Ehcq9B9JP2 pic.twitter.com/0juNogd5d4 — … Continue reading

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations, Miscellaneous | Tagged | Leave a comment

#PanamaPapers Corruption Infographic

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations, Miscellaneous | Tagged | 2 Comments

#COP21 Commitments for #ClimateChange [Infographic]

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations | Tagged , | Leave a comment

#COP21: What Does Climate Change Mean for Allergic People

This is not a complicated piece about the long-awaited COP21 deal. One of the Top 3 global polluters said that it’s great everyone is setting goals in Paris. Personally, I don’t expect the COP21 reunion to be a mere exchange … Continue reading

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations, Miscellaneous | Tagged , | 2 Comments

UNICEF’s Principles of Innovation for Children (#Infographic)

Posted in Education, International Organizations | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Ten years after the tsunami – the benefits of building back better

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Innovating for Education in Burundi

Posted in Education, International Organizations | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Michel Baumann: The Meal, a Path to Collective Intelligence @ #SIGEF2014

Beyond its social and biblical connotations, The Meal is a glocal manifestation initiated by Michel Baumann which aims to support local farmers and produce while raising funds for social projects around the world. Each of the participants pays a symbolic  … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Education, International Affairs, International Organizations | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Reza Deghati at #SIGEF2014: Art and Education for Social Change

A humanitarian at heart, Reza Deghati is a worldwide famous photojournalist whose work you may admire on the covers of National Geographic amongst other places. I was lucky enough to listen, interpret and admire part of his work at SIGEF … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Education, Human Rights, International Affairs, International Organizations | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

Richard Stallman at SIGEF on Free Software vs Proprietary Software

To get into Halloween’s spirit… well it certainly looks like it 🙂 Credit for the picture goes to my colleague as I was too busy interpreting! Just to follow up on my experience at the Social Innovation and Global Ethics … Continue reading

Posted in International Affairs, International Organizations, Media | Tagged , , | 2 Comments