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Shaping a Global Future, One Hub at a Time

Salzburg Global Fellow Tarik Mete shares his vision for international change – starting at the local level

Joy Ladin: “Religious Communities and Leaders Need to Stop Seeing LGBT* People as Other, as Them, and Start Seeing Them as Us”

Yeshiva University English professor and poet on how to do the hard, holy work of inclusion by knowing the soul of the stranger

Patient leadership in health care?

Sciana member Judith Safford reflects on how patients can take an active role in their care

Introducing: The Global Online Forum on LGBT* and Faith

Fellows of the Salzburg Global LGBT* Forum to foster online discussion about the inclusion of LGBT* people in faith communities and religious and cultural traditions in a new blog series starting this August 

Has Democracy Become a Spectator Sport?

US political leader Stacey Abrams leads inaugural conversation in Designs on the Future initiative

Being Prepared, Proactive, and Political

Salzburg Global Fellow Mahesh Devnani discusses health care in India, responding to COVID-19, and tech solutions

Adapting to a New Reality

Salzburg Global Fellow Ryoji Noritake reflects on the impact of COVID-19 personally and professionally and the significance of in-person communication

Stacey Abrams to Help Launch New Salzburg Global Initiative

US political leader, voting rights advocate and Salzburg Global Fellow to speak alongside journalist Will Dobson at webinar to kick-off the Designs on the Future initiative

Dismantling the Manacles of Ethnic Identity

Salzburg Global Fellow Mohamed Azad explores how two young journalists from different cultures realized ethnic identities are only human-made barriers to a peaceful coexistence

John Cannon - How Does Business Roundtable's Statement Stand Up in Response to COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter Movement?

In the latest installment of the Salzburg Questions for Corporate Governance, John Cannon, a partner at Shearman & Sterling, reflects on the impact of the BRT Statement in light of recent events
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