The 12 “EoF Villages” represent the working sessions of the participants on key topics of the economy of today and tomorrow. Villages are often crossroads and paths, places where different people and cultures meet. Even the “EoF villages” want to be spaces of dialogue and confrontation, of questions and perspectives, of reflections and proposals.
The global event in Assisi is approaching. To enter the atmosphere of The Economy of Francesco (EoF), here is the preface by Luigino Bruni to the book "The Economy of Francesco. Il racconto dei protagonisti per una nuova economia. (The Economy of Francesco. The story of the protagonists for a new economy)."
Aware that we need an economy that leaves no one behind, we know a fundamental aspect is to think with and for those who have disabilities. This is why we interviewed Francesca Di Maolo, director of Istituto Serafico di Assisi, an institute that for 150 years has been working for the education, healthcare and inclusion of young people with disabilities.
We have interviewed Gaël Giraud and in a colloquial conversation, he talks to us about finance, environment, agriculture, education, etc. Coincidence? Not really. For Giraud, it is essential to see the whole, leaving nothing out.