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Simon Petitjean: “I Am a Trans Man of Faith”

Connecting his personal and professional journey of faith, senior advocacy manager at the Global Interfaith Network brings together religion and LGBT* human rights at the United Nations  

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

India, Pakistan, and the Coming Climate-Induced Scramble for Water

Approaching the 75th-anniversary of the India-Pakistan partition, Salzburg Global Fellow Sadaf Taimur calls on each country's leaders to put climate crisis on the agenda

Principles behind Developing Tech Solutions for Rural India

Salzburg Global Fellow Aparna Singh reflects on the need to promote open-source technologies in India which governments and social enterprises can use independently

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

Protest and Pandemic: A Polarized Picture

More than 90 people attend first online Salzburg Academy on Media & Global Change workshop

Strengthening Early Childhood Education and Childcare Resources

Through her work with NEXT Memphis, Young Cultural Innovator Chloe Hakim-Moore aims to close opportunity gaps in early childhood education and childcare in Memphis

Saskia Wieringa: “All Religions Have Their Progressive, Human Rights-Oriented Sides”

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