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Programs Occurring in 2014On this page, you are able to view the Salzburg Global Seminar Sessions of years past.
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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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Increasing social and environmental challenges, writ globally, are raising the stakes for philanthropy to find "solutions". The deeply complex nature of these challenges, however, defies easy fixes and requires more sophisticated and diffuse systems level approaches. Is the philanthropic sector ready, ...Strengthening Diversity and Inclusion in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Yemen
Russian Civil Society Symposium: Building Bridges to the Future
Since the 1990s, a more active and open civil society sector has developed across the Russian Federation. While civil society institutions and civic engagement in Russia are not new, the growth of the sector over the last twenty years has created hopes that Russian civil society could become the voice ...Professional Development Workshop: Using Theater Techniques to Improve Your Leadership Impact
Are you keen to push back your boundaries and try something new this year? Are you looking for ways to grow and bring fresh energy to your life and work? Then join Salzburg Global Seminar's inaugural creative workshop this spring - a theater-based leadership development program for professionals from ...Conflict Transformation through Culture: Peace-Building and the Arts
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I and the beginning of a nearly half a century of industrialized conflict. This program will continue Salzburg Global's series on "The Transformative Power of the Arts", supported through our long-standing partnership with the Edward T. Cone ...New Dynamics in Global Trade Architecture: WTO, G20 and Regional Trade Agreements
In collaboration with the Korea Development Institute, this program will build on Salzburg Global's longstanding program focused on global economic challenges and governance. Following the Bali WTO Summit on the Doha Round and the anticipated completion of the TransPacific Partnership, the program will ...Mind the Gap! Innovating for Regional Cohesion and Smart Growth
The European Union's Cohesion Policy is a pioneering component of European construction and integration. The second largest item in the EU budget, just behind the Common Agricultural Policy, it provides a key instrument to reduce disparities between development levels in different parts of the EU. Despite ...Creating Long-Term Global Networks to Sustain LGBT Human Rights Organizations
Holocaust and Genocide Education: Sharing Experience Across Borders
This symposium, the fourth within Salzburg Global Seminar's Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention series, will examine the challenges and successes in the teaching and remembrance of the Holocaust and other genocides outside of North America and Europe, focusing particularly on countries that ...The Future of Banking: Is There a Sustainable Business Model for Banks?
The global economic crisis has turned a harsh spotlight on the role, accountability and transparency of banks and their leadership. In the outside world, public confidence and support is at an all-time low with far-reaching questions about the social utility of banks. On the inside, banks face complex ...1814, 1914, 2014: Lessons from the Past, Visions for the Future
2014 marks the centenary year of the outbreak of World War One and the bicentenary year of the opening of the Congress of Vienna - two dates that profoundly shaped the course of our history. While in 1814, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, the concerted powers of Europe were architects of a new international ...Students at the Margins and the Institutions that Serve Them: A Global Perspective
One of the fundamental responsibilities of higher education systems is to provide open and equal opportunities for students to learn, succeed, and positively contribute to their local, national, and global societies. Although many institutions have made great strides to improve access, retention, and ...Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators
Young innovators in the culture and arts sector are providing some of the most imaginative new impulses for social improvement and sustainable economic development around the world today. They change the way we see and interact with each other. Young artists, creative entrepreneurs and cultural leaders ...Culture and Conflicts: The Case of Ukraine
New Paradigms for Behavioral and Mental Health Care
Salzburg Global Seminar's multi-year Health and Health Care Innovation Program focuses on ensuring that the well-being of patients remains at the center of all health care, and that patients' interests can be best served when patients themselves are routinely informed and engaged in decisions about ...Addressing the Challenges of Climate Migration: Legal Protections, Resilience & Eco-Security
As the 21st century advances and the global population rises, competition for water, energy and natural resources will cut across policy agendas, from trade and investment to agriculture, infrastructure and defense. Climate change, biodiversity loss, and ecosystem mismanagement reflect cumulative governance ...
Special Sessions / Programs
The Cutler Lectureship, in memory of the Lloyd N. Cutler, who served Salzburg Global Seminar for more than two decades as Board Chair, is presented annually and features a distinguished speaker on a vital legal issue of international interest. This year the lecture will be hosted by Justice Ruth Bader ...
Global Citizenship Program
Tomorrow's leaders must think and act as global citizens in order to address the challenges facing humanity. Broadly defined, global citizens are people who are consciously prepared to live and work in the complex interdependent society of the 21st century and contribute to improving the common global ...Global Citizenship: At Home and in the World
Tomorrow's leaders must think and act as global citizens in order to address the challenges facing humanity. Broadly defined, global citizens are people who are consciously prepared to live and work in the complex interdependent society of the 21st century and contribute to improving the common global ...Global Citizenship: Ethics and Engagement
Tomorrow's leaders must think and act as global citizens in order to address the challenges facing humanity. Broadly defined, global citizens are people who are consciously prepared to live and work in the complex interdependent society of the 21st century and contribute to improving the common global ...Global Citizenship and Universal Human Rights
Colleges and universities are vital institutions for addressing political, social, and economic concerns, be they at a local, national, or global level. While embedded in their communities, they contribute substantially to a nation's competitiveness and operate within an increasingly international environment ...Education for Global Citizenship: What, Why and How?
Colleges and universities are vital institutions for addressing political, social, and economic concerns, be they at a local, national, or global level. While embedded in their communities, they contribute substantially to a nation's competitiveness and operate within an increasingly international environment ...
Salzburg Global Senior Advisor Edward Mortimer will deliver this lecture at the House of Lords in London in honor of long-serving Board Member and Senior Fellow Michael Palliser, covering the future of Europe.Defining America: New Writing, New Voices, New Directions
The United States is always in flux. In a sense, change is its defining quality and recent demographic movements and technological developments are transforming all aspects of cultural expression and reshaping social and creative interactions. New writing in new voices is suggesting new directions.A Lived Practice Symposium - Artists as Changemakers
Hosted by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), this day-long symposium and evening public forum will look at the creative industries and the cities they benefit.
The Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change is a multi-dimensional initiative that provides curricular materials, training and support for journalism schools, programs and classrooms across the world. It is organized through a network of participating universities in China, East Africa, the Middle ...
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