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The triple pandemic of racism, recession and COVID-19 is affecting individuals, communities, companies and countries worldwide.

Join our growing network of current and future leaders as we look at how to “build back better” in the fields of social inclusion, international relations, finanace and more. 

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Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined: Special Edition E-Book

Salzburg Global Seminar and partners - WISE and Diplomatic Courier - launch e-book covering school responses to the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic

Confronting Power and Privilege for Inclusive, Equitable and Healthy Communities

Salzburg Global Fellows set out a call to interrogate power and analyze privilege to create and sustain healthy communities 

Cultural Innovation, Leadership and Collaboration: A Global Platform

Latest report from the Young Cultural Innovators Forum now online to download, read and share

The Changing Role of the Media in American Life and Culture: Emerging Trends

Latest report from the Salzburg Seminar American Studies Association (SSASA) symposium now online to read, download and share

Friend or Foe: How Should Directors Face Disruptive Risk?

Report from the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum offers insights and guidance on how corporate directors can understand and respond to emerging risks

What Future for Cultural Heritage? Perceptions, Problematics and Potential

Report from the latest program in the Culture, Arts and Society series explores perceptions of the past, problematics of the present and potential for the future

Salzburg Global Launches New Magazine

First edition of Clemens offers opinions, big ideas, and special features on ways of shaping a better world

Literary Society Moves 45th Anniversary Celebrations Online

The show goes on for the International Society for Contemporary Literature and Theatre, a network founded by Salzburg Global Fellows

First Book from New Series Explores Social and Emotional Learning in the Mediterranean

Publication explores how countries in the Mediterranean basin are stimulating SEL and what can be learned

Young Cultural Innovators Win Major International Award

Salzburg Global Fellows Robert Praxmarer and Thomas Layer-Wagner recognized with inaugural Olympics of Innovation Challenge Award

David Bray - What Are Five Concrete Steps Civil Societies Can Do Collectively To Govern Better Using Tech And Data?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Law and Technology, director of the Atlantic Council GeoTech Center, David Bray, suggests five new pilot schemes to help move societies forward

Tashi Choedup: “My Faith Has Helped Me With My Queerness and My Queerness Helps Me in Making My Faith Inclusive”

Buddhist monastic shares their journey of forging a healthy relationship between their queerness and their faith

Catherine Brenner - How Do Non-Executive Directors Look to the Future Whilst Navigating Extreme Unpredictability?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance series, company director Catherine Brenner explains why COVID-19 can't be an excuse to abandon traditional strategic planning processes

Brenda Rodriguez Alegre: As a Child I Would Pray to God “to Make Me a Woman One Day”

Academic, activist, choir soprano and expert on Filipino transgender history makes a passionate plea for Filipino queers to reemerge and be more visible and accepted in a religious society

Empowering Immigrants Through Skills Training

Award-winning journalist and social development professional Salam Dharejo discusses how learning to stitch has improved the lives of hundreds of people in Karachi, Pakistan

Race to Zero: Building Tipping Points for Systems Transformation

Patty Fong, program director, Climate & Health at the Global Alliance for the Future of Food, reflects on the Race to Zero webinar, Climate and Future of Food: Priority Actions for Systems Transformation

Harnessing AI in Mobility to Create Real-World Impact

Salzburg Global Fellow Aishwarya Raman discusses how artificial intelligence can make mobility safer and more efficient

Myeong Cho - Should Audit Committee Members Be Elected Independently Of Other Directors?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance series, professor of strategy and corporate governance Myeong Cho reflects on an innovative proposal for new Korean legislation which its supporters argue would improve the oversight of boards

Paola Paredes: “These Staged Images Allow Us To See What Was Never Meant To Be Seen”

Ecuadorian photographer documents illegal anti-LGBT, conversion clinics through her “visual activism” project Until You Change

Katrin Nyman-Metcalf - Do States Have a Role to Play in the Digital Society?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Law and Technology, expert in legal aspects of e-governance Katrin Nyman-Metcalf explores the idea of revisiting multi-stakeholder cooperation when identifying the state's role in digital society

Saira Mujtaba: “I Loved My Uncle, I Mourn His Loss, I Wish He Could Have Lived a Happy Life”

A niece remembers her gay uncle’s suicide and calls upon her Muslim community to include and protect their LGBT family members in the latest blog of the Salzburg Global Online Forum on LGBT* and Faith