On 29 July the series On-life seminars. Moving towards a post-Covid better world organized by the scientific committee of The Economy of Francesco came to an end. It meant to explore some of the topics and challenges of today's economy.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, super motivated young people from various parts of a planet called Earth gathered strengths and gifts working together to build a better world”. By the young participants of Vocation & Profit village.
Today the economy is facing great transformations [...] Companies are, therefore, increasingly called upon to respond to transformations that affect their purpose and their relationships both internally and outward.
The Finance and Humanity village will address this ‘golden rule’ of Finance and Economics, in search for proposal and best practices. How and when finance becomes inclusive and serves humanity and the common home?
The young participants from Cameroon organized on July 4 an online meeting Towards EoF, with Mbangowah Elvis Ngwa and Maxim Lontio kahabi, moderated by Anold Tatah Kong Mbiydzenyuy and concerning “Vocation and Profit in the perspective of African Culture”.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about abrupt changes to the world of work and care, serving as a wake-up call to young economists to reflect on the true meaning of work and care and reconciling the two concepts in such a way as to enable each member of society to flourish.
On May 22, 2020, the first online scientific conference with international participation was held at the Catholic University of Croatia in Zagreb. The purpose of conference was to see where are we after five years of the release of the Encyclical Letter Laudato sì.
To happiness the same applies as to truth: one does not have it, but is in it. Indeed, happiness is nothing other than being encompassed, an after-image of the original shelter within the mother.
Let’s imagine a subversive economic theory starting from something as simple as a doughnut. This is the revolution developed by Kate Raworth.