The initiatives to focus on the topics and challenges, to share experiences and perspectives, to strengthen the community.
New webinar serie: Economy of Francesco on-life seminars.
“How Sustainable Migration can lead us towards a Better Post-COVID world – Opportunities and Challenges of Global Mobility”
Moderator: Carlo Giardinetti, Dean of Executive Education at Franklin University Switzerland and Leadership Senior Advisor at Deloitte Switzerland.
Discussants: Valentina Rotondi–Postdoctoral Scholar at University of Oxford, Cleyton Soares Abreu– Coordinator of the reference center for Refugees from Caritas Archdiocesan of São Paolo, Ben Sookia – Head of Global Immigration at Reiss, Valeria Meneses – Founder of SPEAK Aveiro, Roberta Ricucci – Professor and researcher of Sociology of cultural and communicative processes at University of Turin.
How is it possible to reduce the inequality between expats, immigrants and residents? What can the global mobility industry, the government and the individuals do to improve the current situation?
Every year, the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation is observed on September 1st. The international celebration marks the beginning of the Season of Creation, which extends to October 4th, the feast of St Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology. For the 2020 Season of Creation, the suggested topic is “Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope”
"One way to fight hunger is to seek fair agriculture". An interesting interview with Lilian de Pellegrini Elias, PhD in Economic Development – Unicamp, Brazil.
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.