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Throughout the Salzburg Global Seminar's 72 year history, we have brought thousands of promising mid-career professionals together in a neutral and inspiring atmosphere. You will find faculty lists, descriptions, and materials for many of our past sessions here. You can also return to our list of upcoming programs.

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The New Information Networks: Challenges and Opportunities for Business, Governments, and Media

13 Mar - 18 Mar, 2007 (Session 439)
The first years of the new millennium have seen a dramatic change in the production of information and the organization of the digital environment. The rapid emergence of peer production, social networking, and powerful non-market actors via the Internet and other technologies is reshaping not only ...
Immigration and Inclusion: Rethinking National Identity
27 Mar - 01 Apr, 2007 (Session 440)
Never before in human history have such large numbers of people left their homes to go and live in a different country or continent as do so today. A small proportion of these human flows is driven by persecution or violence. Far larger numbers migrate in response to economic and demographic disparities ...
From Lab to Market: Accelerating Innovation through University, Business, and Government Partnership
28 Apr - 03 May, 2007 (Session 441)
The changes brought about by globalization, the impact of information technologies, and the need to find the best ways to bring innovations to the marketplace require new dynamics of interaction between universities, business and government. Accordingly, institutions worldwide are looking for the most ...
Making Green Pay: Designing Incentives to Support Environmental Sustainability
19 May - 23 May, 2007 (Session 442)
Over the last several years an important shift has taken place in the advance of environmental stewardship: long a moral imperative with limited traction inside the board room, environmental sustainability has become a powerful strategy for businesses looking to accelerate economic growth, fatten the ...
East Asia - The United States: A Search for Common Values
09 Jun - 14 Jun, 2007

An International Rule of Law: Balancing Security, Democracy, and Human Rights in an Age of Terrorism
01 Sep - 06 Sep, 2007
Since the end of the Second World War an interlocking, comprehensive set of international conventions and treaties has sought to promote, protect, and enforce minimum standards of human decency against the threat of wartime abuses. The war on terror, however, has initiated a paradigmatic challenge to ...
New Century, New Challenges, New Dilemmas: The Global Nexus of Animal and Public Health
08 Sep - 13 Sep, 2007 (Session 444)
Twentieth century innovation created remarkable gains in public health, animal health and the global food supply chain. At the same time, continued advancement and globalization have led to increasingly higher risk environments in which diseases can spread with incredible speed around the globe - between ...
Challenges to the International Monetary System: Rebalancing Currencies, Institutions, and Rules
29 Sep - 03 Oct, 2007 (Session 445)
With global currency markets increasingly transformed by US deficits, Chinese surpluses, and the emergence of powerful new economic actors, there is a growing sense of imbalance and potential instability in the international monetary system. While the US economy is running exorbitant fiscal and trade ...
Cultural Institutions without Walls: New Models of Arts - Community Interaction
20 Oct - 26 Oct, 2007 (Session 446)
As catalysts for innovation, education, and economic development, cultural institutions play a powerful role in creating vibrant communities. Through exhibitions, theater and opera productions, dance and music performances, creativity prospers, diversity is celebrated, and local businesses and economies ...
Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Politics and Business
03 Nov - 08 Nov, 2007 (Session 447)
Unquestionably, women have made significant advances in their presence and power in both the political and business arenas. Although the numbers of women in political office and in the board room, globally, remain relatively low, there is growing evidence of marked positive impact where women have ...
The Dynamic Economies of India and China: What Lessons for Others?
13 Nov - 18 Nov, 2007
India and China are phenomenal stories of dynamic growth. With their abundant supplies of low-cost labor, wealth of natural resources, and highly educated elite, India and China have not only experienced rapid economic success over the last decade, but are emerging as two of the world's most powerful ...
Salzburg Young Leaders Summit: Global Scenarios and Strategies for 2030
01 Dec - 06 Dec, 2007 (Session 449)
As part of its Sixtieth Anniversary celebration, the Salzburg Seminar will convene young leaders from around the world at Schloss Leopoldskron in December 2007 to inaugurate Salzburg's first annual Young Leaders Summit. The purpose of the first summit, and of future summits, is to bring together ...

Special Sessions / Programs

Public-Private Innovations in Higher Education: Student Loans, Economic Growth, and International Student Exchange in Russia and CIS Countries

10 Feb - 14 Feb, 2007
Issues emerging from conference "Public-Private Innovations in Higher Education: Student Loans, Economic Growth and International Student Exchange in Russia and CIS Countries" (February 10-14, 2007)

Many countries around the world in seeking to expand access to their higher education systems ...

Realizing the Doha Development Agenda as if the Future Mattered
16 Feb - 21 Feb, 2007
This unique and important initiative, with strong encouragement and support from the Director General of the World Trade Organization, sought to identify fresh ideas, perspectives, and potential solutions to the obstacles standing in the way of securing outcomes of the Doha Round of multilateral trade ...

Global Citizenship Program

International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World

02 Jan - 09 Jan, 2007

International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World
03 Mar - 09 Mar, 2007

International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World
02 Apr - 09 Apr, 2007

International Study Program - Global Citizenship: America and the World
01 Jun - 08 Jun, 2007

International Study Program - Colleges and Universities as Sites of Global Citizenship
08 Jul - 15 Jul, 2007

International Study Program - Colleges and Universities as Sites of Global Citizenship
19 Jul - 26 Jul, 2007

Salzburg Festivals & Explorations

Salzburg Global Seminar Summer Festival 2007

18 Aug - 24 Aug, 2007

Thanksgiving Festival at Salzburg Global Seminar
21 Nov - 25 Nov, 2007

Winter Festival at Salzburg Global Seminar
21 Dec - 28 Dec, 2007

New Year's Festival at Salzburg Global Seminar
30 Dec - 06 Jan, 2008

Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation

IHJR: India Meeting

19 Aug - 22 Aug, 2007

Fellow Events

SSASAA - American Approaches to Europe and Beyond: Policies and Patterns

26 Oct - 30 Oct, 2007
The war in Iraq has sparked major interest in the past as well as the present global role of the United States. People around the world debating the origins and consequences of the American military presence in the Middle East have focused on locating the present crisis within a larger narrative of ...

Salzburg Academy

Program on Media and Global Change

29 Jul - 18 Aug, 2007


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