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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

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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

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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

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Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum (SIGEF) 2014

The first edition of the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum (SIGEF 2014) will take place in Geneva, Switzerland from October 22nd to October 24th, 2014 at the International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG). This event aims to gather a diverse … Continue reading

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Low Carbon Economy Depends on 2 Degrees of Separation

Between ambition and reality. This is what the latest PwC Low Carbon Economy report is talking about: current trends indicate a 40 C global economy warming while key actors talk about 20 C. According to the report, the global average … Continue reading

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#Gaza Truce: Will It Last?

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Roma in Romania: Positive Discrimination vs Racial Segregation

Romanian Roma population is the ethnic national minority that has probably got the most sensible media coverage across Europe for various reasons. International organizations such as UNICEF constantly deplore lack of equity and social protection as well as different forms … Continue reading

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