Young economists, entrepreneurs and change-makers are invited to explore models for infusing economics with ethical values on 15 July 2021 in this World Food Forum (WFF) Masterclass on “Integral Ecology,” hosted by the Economy of Francesco (EoF).
With a proposed Slot Mob released on July 10th in a country that needs to get off on the right foot we want to raise awareness of the following.
The campaign Slotmob The Economy of Francesco begins: an initiative of economic democracy and civil protest. / Começa a campanha Slotmob da Economia de Francisco: uma iniciativa de democracia económica e uma forma de protesto civil.
As we approach the EoF 2021 meeting, we would like to intensify our efforts to disseminate this commitment through various initiatives.
The campaign promoting access for all to Covid-19 vaccines will be launched on 20th May along with a symbolic action to bring healthcare to the native populations of the Amazon. It is sponsored by an international network of organizations from different cultures and religions.
The virus knows no terrestrial boundaries, we have to act to help each other. Otherwise, we might never be able to return to the previous extent of cross-border collaborations for economic and social progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
Salvatore Pirri, research fellow in Health Economics and Data analysis at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, will join the round table A vaccine for all. The Common Good our world needs now with Jeffrey Sachs, Catherine Belzung and Pasquale Ferrara, organized by United World Week.
Young people from the Economy of Francesco network will participate in the Dare to Care International Convention which will take place online from 7th to 9th May 2021.
We decided to focus on degradation of agricultural soils and the challenges that farmers, especially young people and women, all over the world live such as access to education, technology and capital to support their fight against soil degradation.
Electric energy has enabled since the invention of the electric light bulb a remarkable human development and many people across the world take access to it as granted. However, not everyone has access to electricity in our common home, where approximately one billion people, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, lack access to electricity.