Webinar gratuit sur Zoom – LIEN: https://fgv-br.zoom.us/j/95361307663 Meeting ID: 953 6130 7663 Date : Lundi 6 juillet Heure : 18h – 19h Paris Time Questions abordées : Quelles sont les mutations concrètes du monde ? vers quoi vont-elles ? Que sont les changements de paradigmes sociétaux, les nouvelles aspirations des individus et des peuples ? Comment interpréter la montée de la violence, des revendications et à l’accélération de la remise en...

Our UK based partner BeyondCSR is presenting Monday June 22nd to July 2nd, the first Connectivity Forum "From Ancestors to Artificial Intelligence. Case study Minoan Civilization". Best practices and lessons learned for the #SDGs.

This event is held under the auspices of B1-AKT-Leading Sustainable Strategies & Paragon Communication, École des Ponts Business School, UN SDSN Greece, Εθνικός Οργανισμός Τουρισμού - ΕΟΤ (Greek National Tourism Organization - GNTO) , Cultural IP Initiative and Led By Her.

Why, Minoan Civilization: Minoan Civilization. as an archetypal connecting point, providing (potential) retrospective reference anchors to ideas that might be important for the future. The focus of the conference is on sustainability and resilience.

Our Newsletter is out! "There are times when our work impacts us deeply — sometimes in ways we neither acknowledge nor understand. At B1-AKT, we believe that knowledge is most valuable when put to use for the greater good. Change takes time. Social and environmental challenges such as persistent poverty, climate change or racism cannot be solved with a short-term...

When you are invited to talk in great events about CHANGE, you need to pick one of the two primary options:Option A- be smart, be safe, and tell: The infusion of new disruptive practices will be great, and moving forward it will be greater.Option B- take risks, listen your gut, expose and embrace the uncertainties, and tell:Disruptions empower us to...

"Today, we are faced with many challenges.  Some of those are: seeing human dignity in the faces of the poor, the migrant and the elderly; seeing our responsibility for many of whom live in abject poverty; seeing our responsibility for educating our children. So long as one, marginalized human being is considered a “problem” to be solved, we will continue to...

The landscape of today’s problems is rapidly changing. While we’ve made significant progress, many existing social challenges continue to grow in magnitude and complexity, and each year new problems arise. That dramatic change will not be driven by traditional thinking. Designing solutions for today’s social problems requires an entrepreneurial approach, a mindset that embodies the characteristics of bold thinkers with...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TNgiGhBcFQ Social Change Needs Our Soul! We are all leaders.  If we want to be a leader in the area of social change, we need to appreciate that learning leadership skills alone will not be enough to make a positive impact.  If you want to be a leader of change that has a positive social impact, pause and put the books down,...

Welcome on board Heroes behind the Shield! The project - Faceshield Nova Friburgo - was developed by professors of UFF (Universidade Federal Fluminense) and UERJ (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro) in Nova Friburgo along side with Persona 3D company, in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The chief researcher of the project Edgard Poiate (Professor at UERJ/IPRJ) tells: « In the...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tluIuF4SiKo “Our world needs more heroes” Albert Einstein. Heroes come in many forms, young and old, male and female, who are mostly ordinary, everyday people whose acts of heroism qualify as extra-ordinary. The defining qualities of heroism are: intentional action in service to others in need, or to humanity by defending a moral cause, aware of potential risks and personal costs. Anyone...

2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife! As in many other countries, people have been applauding to demonstrate their respect for medical staff. Nurses should not be “Heroes, just for one day”. Nurses are suddenly called heroes, though their work has always been meaningful and saved lives, not just during the COVID-19 crisis. Even before the COVID-19...