We are young economists, entrepreneurs and change-makers in the world, we call to give spirit to the economy, and the need to stop the war, leave the weapons and return to the path of dialogue.
Among the projects that have come to light within the first collaborative networks created within The Economy of Francesco is Pacar School, a bridge between technology and education. Today the members of this team tell us about the new steps and challenges to carry forward the development of this project.
ARRIVEDERCI DAMIANO! Abbiamo appreso nei giorni scorsi la notizia della scomparsa di Damiano Cavina, membro di EoF Emilia Romagna (Italia). Coinvolto in un incidente stradale, Damiano è morto il 21 aprile scorso. Oggi, giovedì 28 aprile alle 9.30, saranno celebrati i funerali [...]
The Economy of Francesco in Africa: the compost-producing weed has become a resource for local agriculture
For 150 years, the Seraphic Institute has taken care of children and young people with serious disabilities. Over the years, the needs of the people who cross its threshold have changed, and consequently so have our actions. But our mission is always the same: to bring fullness to the lives of the most vulnerable.
A new economy means integrating all the dynamics of human existence By: Alan Faria Andrade, Human Rights Magazine How does writing about human rights contribute to building a better economy? The Human Rights Magazine seeks to encourage the world [...]
The young woman is among the participants in The Economy of Francesco. With the 'Francesco Collaborative' project, she promotes a supportive approach to business management through workshops and seminars.
In this short column on the recent Netflix blockbuster Don’t Look Up, Mateusz Ciasnocha – a participant of the Economy of Francesco from Poland and a Co-Leader of the Farm of Francesco project born within The Economy of Francesco – reflects on the movie and shares his three insights that emerged after watching and reflecting on the film with the EoF Community.
José Oscar, a Colombian economist, works on econometric models capable of directing investments: from the fight against cocaine production to the production of solar energy in favelas.
In the seminar, promoted by the Women for Economy Village, Gianna Martinengo, entrepreneur, was invited to share her experience and knowledge about the pandemic situation that changed the way of work and its impact on women's occupation.