More than 100 registered participants, mainly from Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru) but also from Europe (Russia, Spain with Italy in the lead). In the first of the four Masterclasses organized by The Economy of Francesco in collaboration with the World Food Forum.
Guided by the call of Pope Francis and Laudato Si, the team Technologies for the Common Good - Business in Transition identified that technology needs to be a force for fraternity, not for the widening of inequalities. They say that ‘ Pacar School seeks to "give soul to the economy", as Pope Francis says.’
Within the Economy of Francesco event, the village Women for Economy was created to discuss the problems related to women’s role within a transition towards a new paradigm, for an equitable, sustainable and person-centered economy.