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Advancing Legal and Social Equality in South Asia

Executive summary report from the latest program of the Salzburg Global LGBT* Forum presents key themes and discussions as well as plans for newly proposed Fellow-led projects

Understanding America in the 21st Century: Culture and Politics

Salzburg Seminar American Studies Association publishes new report on 16th symposium

New Horizons in Social Investment: Global Exchange for Action and Impact

New report from the Philanthropy and Social Investment series examines how foundations and other emerging actors in the philanthropic sector can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Brave New World: How Can Corporate Governance Adapt?

New report shares insights from the fourth annual program of the Salzburg Global Corporate Governance Forum

Young Cultural Innovators - Regional Fellows Event, New Orleans

Report from the second US Regional Fellows Event of the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators (YCI Forum) now online and available to download, read and share.

Driving the Change: Global Talent Management for Effective Philanthropy

Report from Philanthropy and Social Investment series, offering recommendations on how to attract the “the best of the best” to the philathropic sector, is now online to download, read and share

Can Games Help Senior Officials Govern in the Age of Artificial Intelligence?

Salzburg Global Fellow Kevin Desouza reflects on the importance of stretching people’s imagination using case studies and hypothetical scenarios

The Shock of the New - Arts, Technology and Making Sense of the Future

Latest report from the Culture, Arts and Society series now available online

Persist - New Ideas for Journalism in an Age of Distrust

Paul Mihailidis, director of the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, provides an overview of the 12th program and the work produced by participants

Mechanics for the Future – How Can Governments Transform Themselves?

Latest report from the Public Sector Strategy Network now available to download, read, and share
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