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"Mehr Offenheit wäre nicht falsch" (Article in German)
Publication: Wiener Zeitung
Author: Matthias Nagl
Date: December 04, 2012
Ex-Kanzler Schüssel über Beziehung zwischen Europa und Russland

The Salzburg Global Seminar Experience
Author: Krishnan Vasudevan
Date: November 08, 2012
Value vs. Profit: Recalculating ROI in Financial and Social Terms

My trip to Salzburg Global Seminar for Young Cultural Leaders
Publication: Rhiz.eu
Author: Jaba Sikharulidze
Date: November 07, 2012
It happened once, in the castle, where "sound of Music" was directed many years ago... It was amazing experience for all of us and nobody told us, being cultural leader was easy!

Crossing the mountains and building the bridges between NGOlandia and Bizworld
Publication: Alliance Magazine
Author: Louise Hallman
Date: October 30, 2012
Although Salzburg Global Seminar says it likes to do things a little differently to most convening spaces – bringing together ‘all of the pieces of the jigsaw’ to solve ‘globally interactive problems’ creatively, as program director for gender and philanthropy Nancy Smith explained in her opening remarks – most of the 42 participants in the seminar ...

Arts Organizations and Their Community
Publication: Museum Shenanigans
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Date: October 30, 2012
The changing nature of communication in the world has impacted the way people speak to each other and search for information. New technologies have made interacting easier and more immediate than ever before.

We Could Learn From South Africa’s Success Model
Author: Dr. Marybeth Gasman
Date: October 26, 2012
here are 50 million people in the country of South Africa. Of these 50 million, 79% are Black Africans, 9% are White, 9% are Coloured, and 2.5% are Indian. One million of these individuals are in the South African school system, but only 100,000 (10%) qualify for admission to college.

Tuskegee University President Shows the Value of the Nation’s HBCUs
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Date: October 12, 2012
Dr. Gilbert Rochon, president of Tuskegee University in Alabama, offers a convincing argument on the value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. He provides statistics on how HBCUs serve to level educational achievement gaps between Black and Whites and shows how these institutions are valued employers and members of ...

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