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1905 2021

The worldwide campaign “A VACCINE FOR ALL”

May 19th, 2021|Categories: EoF PEOPLE, Main Stage, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , |

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.

1405 2021

A vaccine for all. The Common Good our world needs now (part II)

May 14th, 2021|Categories: EoF PEOPLE, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , |

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.

605 2021

A vaccine for all. The Common Good our world needs now

May 6th, 2021|Categories: EoF PEOPLE, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , |

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.

305 2021

The Economics of Biodiversity – Partha Dasgupta meets EoF Community

May 3rd, 2021|Categories: EoF school, Main Stage, News, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , |

Sir Partha Dasgupta, Frank Ramsey Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Cambridge, will be the sixth keynote guest speaker at the Economy of Francesco School. In preparation for this lesson, here comes a special dialogue with the Economics of Biodiversity Review team also exploring the synergies between the Dasgupta Review and the main pillars of the Economy of Francesco.

3004 2021

L’éducation des leaders de demain pour vocation

April 30th, 2021|Categories: HUBs, News, WHAT'S ON|Tags: , , , |

Last March, in the middle of the month, about twenty young participants of the Economy of Francesco, could share an experiential weekend in the French countryside between pedagogy, spirituality and concrete action

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