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From Happiness Curriculum to Measuring Happiness

Co-founder of Dream a Dream reveals how Salzburg Global Seminar helped him forge new connections and measure his program for success

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

Pakistan’s Best Kept Secret: Lahore Museum 

Multi-time Salzburg Global Fellow, Anwar Akhtar on why his film – made with Ajoka Theatre – “Pakistan’s Best Kept Secret: Lahore Museum”, has much to say about peace, for both South Asia and the UK

Moving from Me to We in the Upper Midwest: Creating “Deeply Human” Spaces Online

Young Cultural Innovators from the American Midwest “meet up” despite lockdown as regional program moves online

Is Philanthropy Using Inequitable Practices to Achieve Equity?

Lindsay Hill, Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Raikes Foundation and Dwayne Proctor, Senior Adviser to the President, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation open the new series of Salzburg Questions

Feeling at Home

In July 2019, Mira Luce Hamdan traveled from Lebanon to Austria to attend the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change. When they arrived, they rediscovered their passion for media – and set out on a new life path

New Timeliness Metrics Seek to Improve Pandemic Preparedness

Fellows devise first-ever “One Health” timeliness metrics to track improvements in disease surveillance

Far Away From Home: LGBT* Activism in the Diaspora

We catch up with Salzburg Global LGBT* Forum Fellows Faris Cuchi Gezahegn and Bisi Alimi on the highs and lows of fighting a war from afar

Building Healthier Communities

Fellows of Salzburg Global programs on healthier and more equitable communities pen blog series for The BMJ

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 
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